The tradition of Kaffe und Kuchen was one that is entertained at Restaurants or at the home of a person. These forms of social tradition where people get over a cup of coffee or tea have been witnessed in many cultures. The Japanese tea ceremony is yet another form of socializing where people gather over tea. VolxKuche is similar to Kaffee und Kuchen served at one’s home. The host or hostess does not ask one to pay. It is respectful to the people that are being invited, entertained and fed and in being so; it is similar to the Japanese Tea Ceremony. I talked with Shoma who states that the VolxKuche may be nowhere similar to existing ceremonies, “Yes we are entertained, yes we socialize and this is a very respectful and cheerful gathering, but we are more liberal minded, there are no protocols to follow, it is just a place to drop in and I wish these events are organized more often”. A collection of students from the nearby University share in the conversation, stating that the VolxKuche was a nice way for them to spend the evening, quote “It was a place to gather, to know our community and to also learn how to give back to the community” stated one student. An international student from India opined that the VolxKuche was “like the sharing of meals between relatives that he was used to in India”. Amrish states “the event was like a home ceremony, back in my homeland we had social gatherings organized simply for the fun of meeting our relatives, catching up on conversations and more, this event strangely reminds me of homeland”. At another end some students opined that it was more like an arranged socialization, they stated that the entertainment was good, and for a free kitchen it was excellent, however they had ideas that it comes be improved in future. I left them talking to the event manager on this.