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Hungarian Writer Krasznahorkai Wins 2015 Man Booker International Prize
“Innovative Hungarian writer” László Krasznahorkai was announced as the winner of the sixth Man Booker International Prize at an award ceremony at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London late on Tuesday. Krasznahorkai was chosen from a list of ten contenders from around the world, the website of the prominent literary prize said. more »
World’s Leading Thinkers To Gather In Budapest
World-famous scientists and thinkers will gather in Budapest to discuss the impacts of technological innovation at the first-ever Brain Bar Budapest Festival on June 4-6. The event aims to explore fascinating questions about the future, with themes such as the future of cities, companies, education, health and innovation. more »
Update: Xpat Wine Club @ Hilton Budapest
Morning after update: it was so good to see so many people braved the rain and came to say cheers, we all enjoyed a great time with fine Hungarian wines, and friendly Xpat company, see you next time! Follow-up article and gallery of snaps to follow next week. more »

Museum Festival In Budapest, This Weekend


Museum Festival In Budapest, This Weekend
With the aim of creating a tradition, the Hungarian National Museum called into being 'Museums Majális' in 1996 to unite the world of Hungarian museums. Organically connected to International Museum Day (18th May), which has been organised annually for almost three decades by ICOM (International Council of Museums), this upcoming May weekend of 16 - 17 May is intended to draw attention to the world of museums. Organisers report to us the festival gets more and more visitors year after year. more »

Faust Festival @ Opera House, On Until 31 May


Faust Festival @ Opera House, On Until 31 May
Similar to 2014 when the Strauss150 Festival crowned our local Opera House's 130th season, the forthcoming Faust225 Festival aims to present 'the most concentrated event of this season', on the 225th anniversary of the first publication of Goethe’s Faust – A Fragment. Five brilliant pieces built on the topic of Faust can be heard, among them the premiere of Gounod’s opera and the Hungarian premiere of Busoni’s work. Also including a rare concert by the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra to conclude the series that spans over two weeks featuring world-wide acclaimed Hungarian singers and international guest stars. more »

Hungarian Business Man Csányi Number One On Napi.hu’s Rich List


Hungarian Business Man Csányi Number One On Napi.hu’s Rich List
Sándor Csányi, owner of the agribusiness Bonafarm and chief of OTP Bank, has kept his top spot on Hungary’s rich list, business news website napi.hu reported. Csányi, whose assets now reach 165 billion forints (EUR 542m), up 15 billion from last year, has been at the top of the list since 2011. (Pictured on the right) more »



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