Thursday, 18 July 2019

Life

Pōhiri for Czech band brought together Czech and Māori

New Zealand Herald |
19 February 2019

The biggest pop-rock band in the Czech Republic, Chinaski, arrived in Rotorua to a special pōhiri at Te Puia last Friday.

Part of gardens under Petrov to open to public

Brno Daily |
19 February 2019

A currently inaccessible part of the Capuchin Gardens will open to Brno residents and tourists in April.

Exhibition brings Aschers "back to Prague in a style worthy of what they accomplished"

Radio Prague |
19 February 2019

Prague's Museum of Decorative Arts hosts an extensive exhibition dedicated to Zika and Lida Ascher and their silk business.

Expats speed dating in Žižkov Tower

Prague TV |
18 February 2019

Come to the speed dating in Žižkov Tower. You can meet up to 14 other singles, spend a fun evening, network, make new friends and admire the spectacular Prague night skyline.

Another giraffe born at Prague Zoo

Prague TV |
18 February 2019

Prague Zoo announced the birth of another giraffe, the second this year. The new baby, which has not yet been named, is the offspring of mother Eliška and father Johan, who was born in the Netherlands.

Smržovka - a haven for luge riders

Radio Prague |
18 February 2019

Luge riding is making a comeback, with several specially designed luge natural-tracks sprouting across the country. One of them is located in Smržovka, a winter sports centre in the Jizera Mountains.

"We can mix anything you want", says owner of Brno's world famous bar chain

Radio Prague |
18 February 2019

When 23-year-old Jan Vlachynský and his friend decided to open a bar in their local town they placed their bets on originality and customer service. Seven years later it seems their project paid off bigtime.

Velvet memories slipping through our fingers?

Transitions Online |
15 February 2019

As the 30th anniversary of 1989's anti-communist revolution approaches later this year, many young Czechs will likely wonder what all the commotion is about.

AskUs.cz: How do I choose the right university?

UNYP |
15 February 2019

UNYP's current and former students share their stories of solutions and success for the AskUs.cz campaign.

My uncle vanished. Where did he go Mr. President?

Prague TV |
14 February 2019

In this music drama workshop, the pupils and students follow in the footsteps of Josef Toufar (1902–1950), a priest in the village Číhošť who was tortured to death by Communist State Security officers.

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