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Vanessa Mae Budapest

Moving Mountains with Music

Vanessa-Mae made Guinness World Record by becoming the youngest soloist to record both the Beethoven and Tchaikovsky violin concertos at the age of 13. Over the years, her conservative classical style gave way to a more modern outlook and she developed her own crossover style – something she will demonstrate in Budapest during her upcoming […]

Drs. Péter and László Lukács | János Gehring

The Smile is the Result

Even though it is one of the city’s newest dental clinics, Helvetic Clinics Budapest already has an excellent reputation. Through recommendations of satisfied clients, it has quickly developed a high-profile clientele seeking exceptional dental care.

Press Conference held at Uránia National Film Theater | Péter Egyed

Incredible Dephts and Heights

Five days to go before the 88th annual Academy Awards and my interviewee, producer Gábor Sipos, along with the whole crew that is “traumatized in a very positive way,” have high hopes of seeing their film win the Academy Award.

| Dávid Harangozó

Hungary? Wine? Really?

“How does a country that up until 25 years ago did not even know what the global market was, make a hit internationally in the wine business?” the question bursts out of me the moment I meet Nimród Kovács, whose great mission is to put Hungarian wines on the world stage.

Avnija Hafuzi | Dávid Harangozó

The Ecumenical Venture

Albanian and Hungarian relations extend over centuries,” Albanian Consul of Honor Avnija Hafuzi says in a recent interview with Diplomacy & Trade. The businessman speaks about a charity project he is currently involved in.

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Budapest to Amsterdamize?

“Races are coming your way, so forget all your duties, oh yeah…” Do these lines ring a bell? Did you know that it is mandatory to have a bell on your bike, at least in Hungary? Diplomacy & Trade featured this article in its recent Dutch country focus.

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Kids acting for a better world

An exhibition was opened at Budapest’s Katona József Theater, displaying the works of school children. Each of the creations is inspired by a UNICEF photo, depicting some of the most pressing issues of our time, for instance child poverty and environment protection.

| Dávid Harangozó

A firm French presence in Budapest

“Our mission is to create and offer Hungarians innovative and unique programs in education and the arts that explore the evolving diversity and richness of French culture,” said the Director of the French Institute in Budapest, Francois Laquieze.

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