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COE Hungarian Delegation Coordinating With Szekler Council
The Hungarian delegation of the Council of Europe, headed by Zsolt Németh, met with the head of the Szekler National Council in Hungary’s Parliament to coordinate strategy on policies concerning Hungarian communities abroad. Németh, representing ruling Fidesz, said cooperation with the Szekler Council goes back a long way. more »
Invitation: Concert Of Hiroko Ishimoto In Budapest, 13 June
The piano recital will be held on Saturday 13 June, starts at 19:30. in Nador Terem , Ajtosi Dur sor 30 in Budapest. Works by Chopin, Mozart, Liszt and Kodaly. more »
Fascination Of Nature, National Gallery Budapest
The retrospective exhibition presents a comprehensive view from the oeuvre of Qi Baishi, an outstanding master of 20th-century Chinese painting. At the first show of its kind in Europe, some 110 paintings from the artist's estate will be displayed. Qi Baishi (Tsi Pai-shi, 1864-1957) had earned his initial fame as a wood- and seal-carver, when, in mid-life, he turned to painting. With his pictures of birds and flowers, and his bold and creative use of colour, he broadened the horizons of traditional Chinese imagery. more »

Hungarian Student Wins International Philosophy Olympiad


Hungarian Student Wins International Philosophy Olympiad
17-year-old Hungarian student Iván Merker has won a shared gold medal at the 23rd International Philosophy Olympiad held in the Estonian city of Tartu, Henrik Farkas, leader of the Hungarian team and member of the Hungarian Society of Philosophy has disclosed. 18-year-old Zsolt Hegyesi, the Hungarian team’s second member, finished the competition with a honourable mention. The delegation was comprised of four members, two of whom – Mr. Farkas and philosophy teacher Márta Takács – sat on the jury. more »

Head Of Hungarian Catholic Church: Death Penalty Goes Against Catholicism


Head Of Hungarian Catholic Church: Death Penalty Goes Against Catholicism
The teachings of the Catholic Church dictate that crime prevention and an effective and humane justice system should be pursued rather than restoration of the death penalty, Cardinal Péter Erdő, head of the Hungarian Catholic Church, told Inforádió. The cardinal noted that the Catechism of the Catholic Church had a full chapter devoted to the question of the death penalty, which says that the state must protect its citizens by acting on its right of legitimate defence. more »

See What Happened @ Italian Festival 2015 In Budapest


See What Happened @ Italian Festival 2015 In Budapest
I was cordially invited to the press conference of the Italian festival series, which begins this month. In attendance were HE Maria Assunta Accili - Hungarian Ambassador to Italy, Enrico Barbieri - ICE - Italian Institute for Foreign Trade Director and Gina Giannotti – Director of the Italian Cultural Institute. more »



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