The CNA reviews a series of stereotypes, myths and ideas that foreigners have about Catalonia. What do people in Berlin, New York and Paris think about Catalonia? What are the first things that cross their minds? CNA correspondents are asking residents in world cities to express their views on Catalonia. Stereotypes, myths and common ideas are being shed to light. CNA has also asked experts in Catalonia to verbally reflect on the stereotypes expressed by foreigners.This series has 10 issues. From Monday 15th to Friday 26th of November. The list of experts and personalities answering to the myths so far are: 1. Muriel Casals, president of Òmnium Cultural and professor of international economics; 2. Justo Molinero, founder and director of Radio and Tele Taxi; 3. Tomàs Molina, weatherman of the Catalan public television and university professor in Metereology; 4. Miquel Valls, President of the Barcelona Chamber of Commerce; 5. Salvador Giner, President of the Institut d'Estudis Catalans (Catalan language academy); 6. Santi Santamaria, chef of the 3-Michelin-star Can Fabes Restaurant; 7. Sergi Belbel, artistic director of the National Theatre of Catalonia; 8. Lluís Gavaldà, lead singer of 'Els Pets'; 9. Laia Fàbregas, writer who lived in Holland many years and arrived there via an Erasmus internship; 10. Marc Márquez, world champion of 125cc motorbikes.