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Jewish Religious Communities Federation To Boycott Holocaust Memorial Events In Hungary
The Jewish religious communities federation Mazsihisz decided in a 76-2 vote yesterday not to take part in official government commemorations of the Holocaust if the government goes ahead with plans for its monument to the German occupation of Hungary in 1944. more »

Influential Hungarian Filmmaker Miklós Jancsó Died Jan. 31 At The Age Of 92.


Influential Hungarian Filmmaker Miklós Jancsó Died Jan. 31 At The Age Of 92.
Born in the town of Vac, Hungary in September of 1921, Jancsó revolutionized cinema with his unique visual style, brining Hungarian politics and culture to a world wide audience and inspiring future generation of filmmakers. more »

Xpat Opinion: Top 5 Tips For Britons Moving To Hungary


Xpat Opinion: Top 5 Tips For Britons Moving To Hungary
In 1989, following the fall of communism, Hungary became a democratic country. Ever since many Britons have moved there and, upon arrival, discovered a country seeped in rich cultural experiences and an idyllic rural landscape. If you are considering moving to Hungary, here are a few tips to help provide a fluid transition into your new life. more »

Event Report: Far East At Millenáris Park Budapest


Event Report: Far East At Millenáris Park Budapest
On the occasion of the Chinese New Year, Far East and Hungarian artists, musicians, as well as sportsmen have greeted the Year of the Horse on February 1st, at the Millenáris. The festival awaited its visitors with kung-fu, traditional Chinese medicine, children programmes, exhibitions, calligraphy, Far East gastronomy, concerts, and movies previously unknown to the Hungarian audience. At the opening ceremony held on the occasion of the most important holiday in East Asia, Deputy Mayor Balázs Szeneczey has also delivered a speech. more »
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