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Hungarian Econ Ministry Expects 20,000 Students In Vocational Training
The economy ministry is expecting the number of students taking part in vocational training to grow from 50,000 to 70,000 over the next four years, a ministry deputy state secretary told public news channel M1. The economic chamber is prepared to expand the number of companies involved in vocational training from the current 8,000 to 20,000, László Obrodina said. more »
Hungarian-Born American Art Collector Gives Grace Period For “Golgotha”
The Hungarian-born American art collector Imre Pákh told MTI he will not take measures to remove Mihály Munkácsy’s monumental painting “Golgotha” from a Debrecen gallery until the end of the summer. Earlier, Pákh said the painting would be removed from the Déri Museum on June 25, after talks on its sale to the state of Hungary reached an impasse. more »
Invitation: Xpat Wine Club 3, Hilton Budapest, 30 June
You're invited to mix and mingle with the international community on 30 June, in the heart of the castle district, to taste some special sparkling wines, and outstanding whites and reds from Somló and Mór. And there's more :) including fine finger-food, and a magical setting...We'll be at the Hilton Budapest again, as following all the fun of our last event there, the hotel GM kindly suggested we return for a summer special in this UNESCO World Heritage location. The Dominican Courtyard will glow thanks to candles, torches, and the personalities of wine-lovers and top local wine-makers. You're very welcome to join in! more »

Privileged Kids Helping Orphans In Hungary


Privileged Kids Helping Orphans In Hungary
A high schooler from the elite Budapest district of Rózsadomb spends a weekend at lake Tisza. But it is not time with friends to blow their parents’ money while lazing around in the beach. These students make paper airplanes and play football with the disadvantaged children of the local orphanage. more »

Ending Soon: The Lion’s Tongue, Budapest Gallery


Ending Soon: The Lion’s Tongue, Budapest Gallery
The subject of the works on exhibit is the tragic death of a foreign girl, a real-life event that occurred in Budapest in 2008. The somewhat mysterious story has preoccupied the painter ever since, moving him to inquire about the events almost as if he were an investigator. Lajta has made sketches, posed models, and tried to imagine the story as a series of images, but only recently did he actually begin the painting process. more »

Da Vinci Code Author Dan Brown In Budapest To Receive Literary Award


Da Vinci Code Author Dan Brown In Budapest To Receive Literary Award
World-famous author Dan Brown bas arrived to the Hungarian capital to personally receive the Golden Book prize, awarded to him by Hungarian readers for his highly popular novel Inferno. The Da Vinci Code writer will also visit the shooting of the movie Inferno, starring Tom Hanks, while in Budapest. more »



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