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Xpats Double Charity Funds At GOTG Final
By Mary Murphy (who deserves so much credit for this whole GOTG thing - ed). A stellar performance last Thursday night was witnessed by hundreds of Xpats (expats and internationally minded Hungarians). The final of the 2015 Gift of the Gab, and the final in the five-year series, brought a new standard to the stage. The five finallists, having made their way through their qualifying rounds, gave the audience a night to remember. Important to note, GOTG will be back in September with the final final to pit the five finallists from the five years against each other to see who takes the overall title. more »
Hungarian Rhapsody Festival Opens In Beijing
A month-long Hungarian cultural festival has opened in Beijing, with a spectacle of hussars and folk dancers, and Hungarian food and wine offered. The festival, dubbed Hungarian Rhapsody, was organised by the Hungarian embassy and Hungary’s cultural institute to promote the country’s cuisine and wine culture, but the programme will also include roundtables and symposia to provide an overview of Hungary’s economy, science, tourism and education. more »
Hungary’s President Áder Presents High State Awards
President János Áder presented high state awards - Kossuth and Széchenyi prizes and the Hungarian Order of Merit - on the occasion of the national holiday. Thirty-two people received the Order of Merit, thirteen artists received Kossuth prizes and six received shared Kossuth prizes. more »

Hungary Marks 1848/49 Revolution Today


Hungary Marks 1848/49 Revolution Today
Events and programmes commemorating the Hungarian revolution of 1848/49 will be held this weekend across the country. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will give a speech at 10.30 am in the garden of the National Museum, a key venue of the 1848 revolution's start. Admission to Parliament will be free on Saturday while the Várkert Bazár and the Táncsics prison can be visited free of charge on Sunday. Note: most shops will be closed on 15 March. more »

Petőfi Scheme To Strengthen Ethnic Hungarians’ Identity


Petőfi Scheme To Strengthen Ethnic Hungarians’ Identity
The government’s Petőfi Sándor Programme to be launched on March 15 is expected to strengthen the identity of ethnic Hungarians in areas where its community is a diaspora and their number is decreasing, the state secretary for ethnic Hungarian communities abroad said. more »

Jubilee Weekend At Palace Of Arts In Budapest: Program Details


Jubilee Weekend At Palace Of Arts In Budapest: Program Details
The Palace of Arts celebrates its 10th birthday with a particularly special series of events between 14-15 March. This spring weekend is the “crowning jewel” in Müpa’s jubilee season, where a cast of artists will take to the stage who have all provided outstanding concert entertainment over the past decade at the region’s leading institution of the performing arts. more »



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