Student or Learner
I'm learning English from website and there is this sentence "I'm from Wrocław but now I live in London" on it and I cannot understand why they used Present Simple. I thought that should be "I'm from Wrocław but now I'm living in London". Maybe there is a rule I don't now.
As it stands, the writer is simply saying that his original home town was Wroclaw, but his current (perceived not to be temporary) home is in London.
When I first moved to Prague, I would say, "I'm from Hampshire, England, but I'm living in Prague now." After a time this changed to, "I'm from Hampshire in England, but I live in Prague now".
The only 'rule' is what we intend to say.