Neyka Kras­teva (16)

  • H.E. Ursula Hoefter Zuccoli: Our mission is to help those most in need

    H.E. Ursula Hoefter Zuccoli: Our mission is to help those most in need

    The efforts of the international organisations have to be focused on the prevention of migration and providing decent life in the countries of Africa and the Middle East. In my opinion, this is the best and surest solution to the problem, albeit in a long-term perspective, says H.E. Ursula Hoefter Zuccoli, Ambassador of the Sovereign Order of Malta to Bulgaria, in an interview to Europost.

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  • Translation is a daunting vocation

    Translation is a daunting vocation

    The poetical nature of first love and a beginner's translation lies in what I would call an optical illusion. Gradually, the amorous come to realise their feebleness and the futility of the quest for a perfect love, while the translator comes to grips with the mirage known as the “perfect translation” dream, says Petko Hinov in an interview to Europost.

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  • Martin Koenig: Folk dancing keeps your brain alive

    Martin Koenig: Folk dancing keeps your brain alive

    I should say that being in Bulgaria was a very life-transforming experience, that it really moved me into the line of work that I went to, basically because of the reception I got here and the opportunity I got here to do this work, says American ethnographer Martin Koenig in an interview to Europost.

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  • DJ Wehbba: I can't switch off from music

    DJ Wehbba: I can't switch off from music

    The only thing I carried from my time as a dentist over to the music was my devotion to research and to acquiring knowledge. As a dentist you need to study relentlessly to be on top, so that you are able to help your patients in the best way. In music, it's very easy to conform to formulas and stick to a plan, so I'm happy I was able to experience what I did as a dentist and learned how to keep “flexing the muscle” in my brain, says the emblematic electronic music DJ from Brazil in an interview to Europost.

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  • Jivko Sedlarski: I seek and showcase beauty

    Jivko Sedlarski: I seek and showcase beauty

    If I see a woman with a graceful walk, pretty dress and high heels, I am quick to put down that image to paper. I try to capture her femininity and sensuality with my lines, the air that envelops her, says sculptor Jivko Sedlarski in an interview to Europost.

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  • Silence journalists and you seize control

    Silence journalists and you seize control

    It was not that long ago so I am sure that the older of my fellow journalists have not forgotten the obscurantist days our guild had to live through in Bulgaria. No, I am not referring to the years leading up to the events of 10 November 1989, but about the following decade.

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  • Kazachok with Novichok

    Kazachok with Novichok

    Do you know what Delyan Peevski has for breakfast every morning? I will let you peek in the kitchen, so to speak – it is little kids. You do not believe that? Well, just wait and it will probably not be long before tidbit of that sort pops up in some negligible website or on someone’s even less significant Facebook page. If you have the patience for it, you will see the news multiplied across newspapers, including foreign; TV networks; radio stations and all types of media outlets for indiscriminate dissemination of information.

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