1. Do teenagers of different subcultures get along with each other, what about intercultural dating and marriage?
Yes, teenagers of all kind of subcultures get along with each other. In Holland it's common to date people from other cultural backgrounds and also to get married with them. But mostly they only date with eachother when they are teenagers but eventually marry with their own subculture.
2. Do different ethnicities/religions accept homosexuality and for instance same-sex marriage?
In general people in Holland accept homosexuality and same-sex marriage. Same-sex marriages are allowed in Holland. Some ethnicities/religions don't accept homosexuality and same-sex marriage at all. Mostly these people are very strict in their religion.
I personally don't find it any problem or I don't have anything against homosexuality and same-sex marriage.
3. What is traditional culture in Macedonia/the Netherlands?
A tradition that we celebrate every year is called 'Sinterklaas'. It's a tradition where we celebrate the birthday of Sinterklaas. Kids get presents of Sinterklaas (their parents). It's a celebration especially for younger children. Sinterklaas is on the 5th of december.
Queensday is also a national tradition. We celebrate the birthday of our queen. On queensday there are all kinds of festivals and flea markets. We celebrate queensday on the 30th of April. (the birthday date of our former queen.) On queensday everyone wears orange clothes.
In Holland everyone rides a bike. You already learn it at the age you are able to walk.
Dutch people also like to be on time everywhere. This is very important in Holland.
4. What kind of schools are there for your level, are they separated according to religion and or ethnicity?
Our schoolsystem works like this:
at the age of 4 you go to primary school, you follow 8 years at this school. When you are 12 years old you choose a high school. Highschool is divided in 3 different levels. Which are called: Vmbo, Havo and Vwo.
Vmbo: you follow 4 years of highschool and when you are graduated you are able to go to learn a more pratical job for instance carpenter.
Havo: you follow 5 years of highschool and when you are graduated you are able to go to college.
Vwo: you follow 6 years of highschool and when you are graduated you are able to go to university.

We do have separated schools depend on religions (islam, catholic, christian) but you also have public schools.

I am now in the 5th year of Vwo. After this year i still have to follow one more year.

5. What ethnic groups are mostly in the media in a negative way and why?
Turkish people and people from Morocco are mostly present in a negative way in the media. This because of some Dutch people compare those ethnic groups with extremistic violence. Luckily most of Dutch people do not think negative about Turkish people and Morrocians.
6. Are the different ethnic groups represented equally in government on the several levels?
Yes, in Holland different ethnic groups are almost equally represented in the government. They do work in several levels. But it always can improve more in a positive way.
7. What stereotypes do people hold about eachother?
Dutch people do think that Belgians are more stupid than theirselves. We make fun of them but we know its not really true.
Some Dutch people also think that Turkish people and Marrocians are lazy. I totally disagree with this stereotype.
8. What issues do different groups of people face everyday? (example: lower class, unemployed...etc)

Immigrants face issues like more unemployment, discrimination (for instance when they'll apply for a job) and lower classefied jobs.