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EU Report: Hungarian Students Performing Worse Despite Increased Funding
Despite increased state funding of the education system, the performance of Hungarian students is getting worse, reports abcug.hu. more »
Wineries Support Autistic People
Autistic Art Foundation helps to provide contemporary art therapy sessions for people with autism. This is extremely important, because autistic people often think in terms of pictures and 40% of them do not speak at all. Art is a more than ideal way of self-expression for people with autism. The art created on these therapy sessions is either auctioned on Autistic Art’s website, or exhibited in galleries. The foundation puts the best works on certain products like scarves, sweaters and gourmet products. more »
Happy Birthday Budapest - 144 Years Old Today
On 17 November 1873 Budapest was born as Buda and Pest were united, together with Óbuda, to become a single city. The origins of the words "Buda" and "Pest" are obscure. According to chronicles from the Middle Ages the name "Buda" comes from the name of its founder, Bleda (Buda), the brother of the Hunnic ruler Attila... more »

Updated: See What Happened @ Bonfire Night In Budapest, Xpat Charity Party


Updated: See What Happened @ Bonfire Night In Budapest, Xpat Charity Party
Held on Bonfire Night 2017, "Remember, remember the 5th of November", this Xpat community gathering united 200 guests, plus a great group of event partners, to celebrate Guy Fawkes Day in Hungary and raise funds for local charities. HUF 5.356 million was donated, a record amount for this annual soiree held for the second consecutive year in the Marriott's grand ballroom.

An extravaganze of an evening, with a backdrop of majestic views over the Danube and Royal Palace, it marked Xpatloop’s 17th anniversary. Along with a smattering of celebrities, the great and good from Budapest’s business, cultural and diplomatic circles attended. The cosmopolitan feel created by the combination of expats and internationally-minded Hungarians resulted in free and easy networking among friends, acquaintances, and helpful new connections. more »

See What Happened @ British Annual Remembrance Ceremony In Hungary


See What Happened @ British Annual Remembrance Ceremony In Hungary
This traditional service and wreath-laying ceremony took place at the Commonwealth War Cemetery of Solymár on Sunday 12 November at 10:55. Many dignitaries attended the ecumenical service, which lasted 20 minutes, including HE Iain Lindsay OBE (pictured above middle) the British Ambassador to Hungary. more »

Protecting Minorities ‘Enriches’ Europe


Protecting Minorities ‘Enriches’ Europe
Protecting the right of minorities to use their mother tongue helps to promote diversity and culture in Europe, a foreign ministry state secretary told a conference on Tuesday. more »



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