What’s up with the name? Is it Ekaterina or Katja? It is both. Ekaterina is a Russian version of the Greek name Catharine. According to the Russian naming tradition, most of the people have a long name, however it is rarely used in everyday life. All names have a shorter version: Dima for Dimitry, Sasha for Alexandra etc. Katja is a shorter version of Ekaterina, and it is appropriate to address me as Katja in everyday life. However, my full...