Friday, 31 October 2014

Life

Sale of dolls from Czech Republic supports mothers in need

Digital Journal |
2 October 2014

Jana Růžičková, a boutique designer from the Czech Republic, has a rather interesting doll collection, one that is not only unique but also supports a good cause.

Czech Roma under the swastika

Transitions Online/Respekt |
2 October 2014

Only a tenth of Roma survived extermination during the Nazi protectorate. Some even thanks to 'white people'.

New venue doubles capacity for Václav Havel Library events

Radio Prague |
2 October 2014

The Václav Havel Library, which was founded a decade ago, recently moved to new, bigger premises on Prague's Ostrovní St.

Miss Vietnam in the Czech Republic crowned

The Prague Post |
30 September 2014

The final round of the Miss Vietnam Czech Republic Open for Europe 2014 contest took place Sept. 28 at the representation hall in the Dong Do cultural center in Prague's Libuš district. The top prize went to Hana Maiová from Ostrava. She also took the titles for Miss Talent, Miss Fashion and Miss AoDai.

International Youth Hockey League

Kids in Prague |
29 September 2014

Join The Sedpo Eagles - weekend hockey training in English for kids aged 8-12.

The mysterious crimes of Valdice, part 3

Transitions Online/Respekt |
29 September 2014

Some of the worst brutality of Communist Czechoslovakia happened in a place most people have never heard of.

The mysterious crimes of Valdice, part 2

Transitions Online/Respekt |
29 September 2014

Some of the worst brutality of Communist Czechoslovakia happened in a place most people have never heard of.

The mysterious crimes of Valdice

Transitions Online/Respekt |
29 September 2014

Some of the worst brutality of Communist Czechoslovakia happened in a place most people have never heard of.

Czech Statehood Day: A look at the symbols of the nation

Radio Prague |
29 September 2014

Ondřej Matějka, who is the Deputy Director of the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, explores some issues related to heraldry, meaning national symbols and the iconography of the Czech people.

Things to think about (by Pepper de Callier)

Prague Daily Monitor |
29 Sep 2014

"There are some that only employ words for the purpose of disguising their thoughts." Voltaire

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