The Berlin Wall was torn apart on 9 November 1989, ending 28 dark years of separatism between the capitalist and communist sides. Berlin was reunited again and became the city of independence and freedom that attracted a flood of German youth and creative people from all over the world, who moved into the 12 districts where the cost of living was low. With its 3.4 million inhabitants, Berlin is home to artists, musicians, designers, the social misfits, and the adventurous from over 150 nations. Although its result is yet to be clearly identify, this multicultural inflow has already painted an exciting image of Berlin as the center of diversity in race, religion, and lifestyle. Berlin represents the dream and hope for a better life, as can be seen reflected in the eyes of its residents.