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Hungarian Writer Nominated For Man Booker Prize
Hungarian writer László Krasznahorkai is among the ten nominees for the 2015 Man Booker Prize. This year, the jury selected writers from ten countries – authors from Hungary, Libya (Ibrahim al-Koni), Mozambique (Mia Couto), Guadeloupe (Maryse Condé), South Afrika (Marlene van Niekerk) and the Republic of the Congo (Alain Mabanckou) are among the select ten top literary figures for the first time. more »
Hungary Offers Help With Cultural Sites Destroyed In Iraq
Hungary is prepared to provide help in assessing the scale of damage done recently by extremists to ancient cultural sites in Iraq as well as restoration work, a state secretary of the foreign ministry said on Friday. Hungarian experts with extensive knowledge of these sites and a wellestablished network of contacts would start field work as soon as the military situation allows, said István Íjgyártó, who is in charge of cultural and science diplomacy. more »
Hungarian Wins Photo Contest In China
Népszabadság photographer Simon Móricz-Sabján has won first prize at the China International Press Photo contest. His series, entitled ‘Sárvidék’, was found to be the best in the Daily Life Stories category. Nearly 70 photographers from 70 countries were represented in the contest. more »

Hungarian Cultural Festival In Five Russian Cities


Hungarian Cultural Festival In Five Russian Cities
A Hungarian cultural festival will be held in five Russian cities between March 30 and June 30, the state secretary for cultural and science diplomacy said. István Íjgyártó told a press conference that the festival aims to present Hungary’s cultural diversity and the work of cultural institutions. more »

See What Happened @ St. Patrick’s Day Parade In Budapest


See What Happened @ St. Patrick’s Day Parade In Budapest
This is one of the most colourful days on the Budapest social calendar and this year’s did not disappoint either. As the sunbeams cascaded across Szabadsag ter and balloons floated in the sky to the sound of bagpipes, you knew it was St. Patrick’s Day. more »

Hungary’s First Lady & Maltese Charity Appeal To Help Transcarpathian Community


Hungary’s First Lady & Maltese Charity Appeal To Help Transcarpathian Community
First Lady Anita Herczegh and the head of the Hungarian Maltese Charity have appealed to Hungarian organisations around the world, asking them to help the people of western Ukraine, including ethnic Hungarians, affected by economic problems. In a letter addressed to all Hungarians, the First Lady and Imre Kozma said that rapid inflation in Ukraine put intolerable burdens on locals. more »



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