An appearance in the People's Friendship University of Russia gave me an opportunity to update my impressions of Moscow. The first time I visited the city was more than 20 years ago, and of course, a lot changed, since the start of the post-Soviet era. Moscow is a lively, pulsating, cosmopolitan city with amazing culture and very friendly people. A trip there is a serious alternative to a visit to London, and should the Brexit agony continue to drive smart people out of the UK, I will clearly give Moscow the preference. At the Universiy, we were extremely kindly welcomed and guided, and I am looking forward to making this exchange mutual. Among the students, you find extremely capable ones and even exotic figures like a Georgian who studies international trade in Russia and imports pharmaceuticals from China to Uzbekistan. Today I got myself a Russian language guide, to see how much of my Russian course from my student times I can still activate. As I am slowly scaling down my use of English, Russian is a good option to fill the appearing foreign language gap.