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You Can Help Migrants Via Expat Pub's 'Refugee Aid Caledonia'
Patrick McMenamin and Zsuzsa Bozo, owners of the Caledonia Pub in Budapest, contacted XpatLoop.com about promoting their new 'Refugee Aid' project saying, "We are delighted to announce that The Robert Burns International Foundation here in Budapest have agreed to support our efforts to raise much needed funds by providing us with a bank account to accept donations specifically for this cause." more »
Minister Okays Ceding Budapest Corvinus Departments To Gödöllő University
The human resources minister has passed a final decision to move three departments of Budapest’s Corvinus University to Szent István University in Gödöllő, a town near Budapest. Deans of the departments of food science, horticultural science and landscape architecture said after talks with Zoltán Balog, the minister, that they had had no opportunity to negotiate. more »
Xpat Opinion: Humanity Delivers To Budapest
By Liz Frommer: What an incredible difference. Keleti station seemed largely vacant as we first entered the initial passageway. Further progressing into the vast area, tents were here and there, and people still lying on the ground. But something was distinctly different. Aside from the lack of bodies you had to sidestep through, there was a distinct feeling of elation. The intense, heaviness we had encountered before had disappeared. more »

Central European Avant-Garde Magazine Conference, Budapest, 17–19 September


Central European Avant-Garde Magazine Conference, Budapest, 17–19 September
The subject of the conference is the ‘Central European avant-garde magazine’, arguably the most important medium of communication for progressive literature and visual arts in the region during and after WWI. more »

See What Happened @ Embassy Of Sweden In Budapest @ Volvo X90 Launch


See What Happened @ Embassy Of Sweden In Budapest @ Volvo X90 Launch
The future is now, as we have always been told. Well for Volvo and its fans, it is. The launch of the new Volvo XC 90 showed to everyone who was lucky enough to be invited by H.E. Mr. Niclas Trouve to the ambassador’s residence, a glimpse into the future. more »

'Reverse Engineering Of The Self', Trafó Gallery, 18 September


'Reverse Engineering Of The Self', Trafó Gallery, 18 September
Mihuț Boşcu Kafchin (1986) emerged as one of the most unmistakable figures of the young Romanian art scene in the past few years, his art is already an integral part of the big summary shows of Romanian art around the world from Warsaw to Paris. Kafchin is regarded as a postmodern romantic, who playfully interprets mystical and ambiguous secret connections and contexts of our world. more »



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