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Understanding Train Station

Understanding Train Station

By Josh and Feli
In our podcast “Understanding Train Station”, we (Josh and Feli) explore the intricacies and pitfalls of living between cultures. The title is derived from the German idiom “Ich verstehe nur Bahnhof” which literally translates to “I only understand train station”. Similar to the English saying “It’s Greek to me”, it is used to express a lack of understanding which is an all too common feeling when dealing with another culture and living abroad. Feli (aka “German Girl in America” on YouTube) is a German living in the U.S. and Josh is probably the most “Germanized” American you’ll ever meet. We share our personal experiences, opinions, and tips about living abroad and want to help our listeners grow from only “understanding train station” to becoming comfortable with and excited about different cultures and living in a foreign country. While the main focus is on cultural differences between Germany and the United States, we frequently have guests from all over the world to broaden the conversation and share their experiences to see where there are similarities and interesting differences. Welcome aboard, we’re glad you’ve decided to join us!
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EP19: German Culture in the USA. How authentic is it really?
Sign up for the Lingoda Sprint here by April 16▸http://bit.ly/UTS_Lingoda and use the code CHANGE112 to save 10€/12USD on the deposit (49€/59USD)! The Super Sprint has sold out, make sure to save your spot for the Sprint! (Terms and conditions apply. Make sure to read the rules of the Sprint.) Oktoberfest, pretzels, and Christmas markets? You’d think you’re in Germany but these traditions, along with many others, made their way across the pond and are now part of many Americans’ lives. In this week’s episode, we talk about the “German” traditions that exist in the U.S. and compare them to our experiences with the original traditions in Germany. How authentic is an American soft pretzel with beer cheese? Or dancing the chicken dance at an American "Oktoberfest"? Tag along and let us know what German things or traditions exist where you’re from! You can listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
53:52
April 8, 2021
EP18: Expat Podcasters United feat. Geoff & Alex from the AGDW podcast
Sign up for the Lingoda Sprint here by April 16▸http://bit.ly/UTS_Lingoda and use the code CHANGE112 to save 10€/12USD on the deposit (49€/59USD)! ++The Super Sprint has sold out, make sure to save your spot for the Sprint++ We’re back from our break and are hitting the ground running! While we enjoyed having some time off to relax and recharge, we couldn’t wait to get back in front of the mics and start recording again. For this week‘s episode, we interviewed Geoff and Alex, two Americans living in Berlin who are also hosts of their own podcast “Americans in Germany Drinking Whiskey”. We all had a ton to say and touched on a lot of different topics—language learning experiences, losing your native language, what habits we’ve adopted from our host countries, and more! We hope you enjoy our first episode back and make sure to go check out the AGDW podcast (links below).  "Americans in Germany Drinking Whiskey" Links: ▸https://www.agdwpodcast.com▸https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-NXjZVXOVIvqhGlVbdVxSA▸https://www.instagram.com/americans.in.germany.podcast You can listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:24:59
April 1, 2021
EP17: Cuckoo Clocks, Teen Pregnancies and our Non-Existent Acting Careers - Q&A
Since you guys ask us so many questions in the comments and via dm and email, we decided to dedicate a whole episode to answering them! We touched on the topic of cuckoo clocks, what kinds of food we can't find in the other country, teen pregnancy, our experiences with the Covid restrictions, taxes, and MUCH MORE! Who knows, maybe we answered your questions too? :) We hope you guys enjoy the episode and we'll be back on April 1st - mark your calendars! ++German part from 20:17 to 27:30 - subtitles available on YouTube!++ Videos we mentioned in the episode: Episode with Niklas about work-life: https://youtu.be/ireY7viwbBk - Episode with Jay about parenting and growing up in the US and Germany: https://youtu.be/S29Xel4R2wk - Feli's video on sex education: https://youtu.be/eTnr9q70_jw - Interview that Feli gave on a German podcast: https://anchor.fm/alles-ist-pop/episodes/Keine-Hasen-fotografieren---mit-Feli-ep55lv You can listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:22:23
February 25, 2021
EP16: Adventures of a German Hotel Manager Around the World feat. Marco Foelske
What's it like to work where other people go on vacation? Marco Foelske knows the answer because he's been working in the hospitality business his whole life. Born and raised in Bremen, Germany he has worked and lived in many countries around the world, including England, Switzerland, Poland, and different states within the U.S. We're glad he was able to join us in this week's episode from his current home in Atlanta, Georgia to tell us about the reasons he dreamed about going to the US as a young professional, the challenges he and his family faced when moving from country to country, his biggest culture shocks, and about meeting big celebrities through his job. Check out the "Muttersprache" Podcast that Marco co-hosted for a few months ▸https://www.muttersprachepodcast.com/ and check out the interview with Feli here ▸ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iU6NHIlKGvs You can listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:14:14
February 18, 2021
EP15: Do we speak the same language? Dialects & accents in the US and Germany
In this week's episode, we take a trip through the crazy and confusing world of accents and dialects in both the U.S. and Germany. What is the difference between an accent and a dialect? Is double negation actually incorrect? What's the proper way to refer to a "carbonated beverage" in the US? And what do you call the last piece of bread in a loaf? These are just some of the questions and topics that we discuss in our first full episode recorded from two different continents. Also, make sure to listen until the end to get the details on how you could be included in an upcoming episode! Send us your voice message here▸https://anchor.fm/understandingtrainstation Link to American Dialects Video▸https://youtu.be/H1KP4ztKK0A You can listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:41:19
February 4, 2021
EP14: A German with the American Dream - Football and College Life feat. Daniel
A Munich native who lives in Cincinnati? Nope, we're not talking about Feli and even though our guest ended up in the same city as her, he has a very different story! Daniel played American football in the German Football League in Ingolstadt, did an exchange year in the US during high school, and worked his ass off to get a scholarship to play college football in Chicago. Why he quit his football career and moved to Cincinnati instead to study business is just one of the many stories he told us in today's episode. We talked about his love for the US, the sports culture in both countries, financial struggles, the American school spirit, and much more! Check out Daniel's initiative "Neo Consulting" ▸https://www.neocincy.com You can listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:29:19
January 28, 2021
EP13: Josh in Germany - Moving During a Pandemic
Josh is in Munich! :) In this week’s episode, we talk about Josh’s move to Germany, what that process looked like, some of the challenges that COVID posed, and some of our tips for people looking to move internationally. In addition to the main topic, we go on our usual few tangents about the descriptiveness of the German language and how living abroad changes the way you view the world. You can listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:24:58
January 21, 2021
EP12: Tequila, Friendships, Safety - Life between Mexico, Germany, and the US feat. Seymer
Today's guest Seymer is originally from Mexico but lived in Germany for a couple of years for college and work and then moved to the US. We wanted to know which of the three countries has the best work culture, how friendships are different, how safe he's felt in each of the countries, and how he deals with speaking three languages on a daily basis. He also brought us some high-quality tequila and told us how confused he was when he first ordered Tequila in Germany! **German part from about 01:04:00 to 01:09:00** Check out the Link EUS online language classes here ▸https://www.link-eus.com/language and use the code TRAINSTATION60 for a $60 discount! You can listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:27:40
January 14, 2021
EP11: "That's not the yellow from the egg!" Our Favorite German and American Colloquialisms
What's up with Germans talking about the yellow from the egg and leaving the church in the village? And what does it mean when Americans talk about cakes that you can't have and eat, too? Or beating dead horses?! Today's episode is all about German and American idioms, slang, and other colloquialisms. What do you think, how many German idioms does Josh know and how familiar is Feli with American colloquialisms? We had a lot of fun guessing the meaning of some of these sayings and also learned a lot about their backgrounds! You can listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:13:37
January 7, 2021
EP10: Have a Good Slide - New Year's Eve in the U.S. and Germany
Whether you celebrate with lead pouring and fireworks or by watching the ball drop in New York while singing Auld Lang Syne, New Year's Eve is upon us! In this episode we discuss how we both celebrate New Year's Eve and talk about some of the traditional ways of ringing in the new year in Germany and the U.S. Get your pots and pans (or your fireworks depending on the country) ready and have a glass of champagne as you listen to this week's episode of Understanding Train Station. We wish everyone a Happy New Year and Guten Rutsch! You can listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:07:37
December 31, 2020
EP9: Growing up between the US and Germany feat. Jay Samuelz
What's it like to grow up in both Germany and the USA? That's what we talked about with this week's guest Jay Samuelz, a successful Youtuber, filmmaker, and musician based in Berlin. Since he is half American and half German and moved back and forth between the two countries several times growing up, we were curious to find out what it's like to switch between the school systems, what role the two languages play in his everyday life, what his experiences with racism have been, and much more. We hope you guys enjoy the conversation as much as we did! :) 0:00 Intro | 6:58 Background Story | 12:32 Switching between school systems | 16:58 Cursing in the US vs. Germany | 19:21 Disciplining children | 21:20 Differences at school (Which is system is harder?) | 27:27 Adjusting to a new culture/Culture Shocks | 31:14 Missing out on pop culture | 33:33 Switching between languages | 41:51 Experiences with stereotypes | 48:38 Race in the US | 52:16 Experiences with racism in GER & US [German section w/ subtitles] | 59:58 Culture clashes within the family | 01:06:52 What do you miss from the US? | 01:08:52 Accents | 01:14:46 Jay’s content | 01:16:32 Outro Check out Jay's content: • Jay & Arya YouTube channel • Among Us Short Film [English] • Jay & Arya - Podcast [some English episodes] • Jay Samuelz Music • @jaysamuelz on Instagram/Twitter/TikTok You listen to this podcast/watch it on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:21:39
December 17, 2020
EP8: Christmas Traditions in the US vs. Germany (Are St. Nikolaus and Santa Claus the same?!)
Lighting a candle each Sunday, opening a "door" every morning, and putting a shoe in front of your door on December 5th? These are some of many many German Christmas traditions that we talk about in this episode. And, of course, we talk about how Christmas is celebrated differently in the US where you'll see Santa Claus at the mall, stockings on the fireplace, and fake Christmas trees popping up everywhere as early as November. Grab some tea, eggnog, or Glühwein, and dive into the wonderful world of Christmas with us. :) ++We’d like to apologize for the echo that you can hear on the recording in some parts, we hope it doesn’t bother you too much while listening. Also, Feli got some of the dates wrong in this episode: Of course, Heilige Drei Könige is on January 6th (not Dec 6th) and the second Christmas Day is on December 26th (not 24th).++ 0:00 Intro | 8:55 Advent time in Germany | 17:32 Christmas Decorations | 26:45 Advent calendars | 31:32 Christmas songs | 34:51 The Christmas Pickle | 35:58 St. Nikolaus & Krampus/Knecht Ruprecht | 45:30 Who brings the presents? Santa Claus/Christkind/Weihnachtsmann | 56:16 Other Christmas customs in the US | 01:01:19 Baking (gingerbread, cookies) | 01:04:56 Christmas Eve in Germany | 01:15:46 Christmas Eve & Day in the US | 01:27:01 Heilige Drei Könige (Three wise men) | 01:28:18 Christmas Markets | 01:33:33 Outro Mentioned Videos: Christoph Waltz Explains Krampus to Jimmy Fallon ▸https://youtu.be/VbkGuCozc9MLast year's video on Christmas ▸https://youtu.be/dROdQIwRzKcVideo on Karneval ▸https://youtu.be/IVQL_70rBggQ&A video with question about the Christmas pickle ▸https://youtu.be/wUrNyaHuaj0 You can also listen to us on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, and Amazon Music! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:36:06
December 17, 2020
EP7: From India to the USA - Experiences of an International Student feat. Sheffi
It’s time for another interview! In this episode, we expand our conversation beyond the U.S. and Germany and have our good friend Sheffi from India join us on the podcast. We discuss what it was like moving from a metropolis like New Delhi to a medium-sized city like Cincinnati, learning how to do laundry yourself, how friendships are different in different cultures and the effects stereotypes can have on day-to-day interactions. Stick around till the end to hear Sheffi's tips on not only surviving but thriving while living abroad for the first time! You can also listen to us on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, and Amazon Music! Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.com Check out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:08:57
December 3, 2020
EP6: Thanksgiving - American Traditions, History, and German Equivalent?
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Since Thanksgiving is such a major holiday in the US, we decided to dedicate a whole episode to this day. We talk about how people celebrate it here, what the history behind it is, if Germans celebrate it at all, why Thanksgiving was challenging for Feli's taste buds, and what's up with Black Friday. We hope you guys enjoy the episode and please stay safe everyone!You can also watch this podcast on YouTube, or listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio!Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.comCheck out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
56:48
November 26, 2020
EP5: Our Language Learning Stories
How did Josh become fluent in German? Why doesn't Feli sound like a typical German when speaking English? What are our tips for learning a second language and losing your accent? In this episode, we address all of the questions that you guys have asked us regarding our language skills.
01:13:07
November 19, 2020
EP4: Work-Life & Office Culture feat. Niklas (and life update from Josh!)
30 days of paid vacation, making business deals on the golf course, and sending text messages instead of professional emails? These topics and many more were part of our conversation about work-life and office culture in Germany and the US with our good friend Niklas. Niklas is originally from outside of Hamburg and in 2018 his German company sent him over to Cincinnati to step into the position of CEO. Since his experience is different from our own, we were excited to get his perspective on the biggest differences in work-life in both countries. We also learned something about the relevance of sports in both the work realm and everyday conversation as well as more about his visa process for the U.S.
01:17:03
November 12, 2020
Bonus Episode: Eating, Recycling, and Cleaning Habits
Since our last episode (EP3) on homes and household habits in Germany and the United States was a really long one, we shortened it a little. In this bonus episode, we wanted to share the parts we cut out, in case you’d like to hear them. We talked about eating habits, recycling, and cleaning preferences. The next regular episode (EP4) will be out on Thursday, as always! :)You can also listen to us on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, and Amazon Music!Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.comCheck out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
20:46
November 9, 2020
EP3: Homes and Household Habits (and what's up with those German guest slippers?!)
Ceiling fans, air vents, and garbage disposals in the US vs. drying racks, missing door knobs, and miracle windows in Germany. There are a lot of differences when it comes to homes and household habits in Germany and the United States. That's why in this episode, we're taking you on a virtual house tour through a typical German and a typical American home and talk about all the physical differences as well as those everyday household habits that might seem really odd when you first visit the country.Timestamps:00:00:00 Intro | 00:09:26 House Tour | 01:09:35 Household HabitsYou can also listen to us on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, and Amazon Music!Follow us on Instagram▸instagram.com/understandingtrainstation • Support us on Patreon▸patreon.com/understandingtrainstation • Buy us a coffee▸buymeacoffee.com/utspodcast • Email us▸understandingtrainstation@gmail.com • Website▸understandingtrainstation.comCheck out all the videos with Josh and Feli on the "German Girl in America" YouTube channel▸https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvcmNAGhcEEMm1zpbbFcz41YALTd2eAed
01:34:42
November 5, 2020
EP2: Adulting 2.0 - Life Outside of the Classroom
Grocery shopping, driving, getting gas, or – once again – using a public bathroom all seem like simple, everyday tasks. Until you have to do them in a foreign country and feel totally lost. In this episode, we talk about those kinds of situations and share our personal stories of things that we felt like we had to "relearn" in the other country. And we talk about how even when you know a language in the classroom, it doesn't always mean you know how to communicate with the locals in an everyday situation.
01:25:14
October 29, 2020
EP1: Introduction and First Culture Shocks (and way too much bathroom talk!)
Who are we? Why does Josh speak German so well? Why did Feli move to the US? What’s the story behind all that? And what were our very first culture shocks when visiting Germany/the US? In the first episode of Understanding Train Station, we answer all of those questions, share our goals for the podcast, and for some reason, we talked surprisingly much about bathrooms, door handles, and onion sizes…
55:26
October 22, 2020