You can literally touch living nature in the Biodiversity Park which is situated at the EXPO 2015 in Milan. You can caress flowers and vegetables planted in flowerbeds between the pavilions of the Park. When you enter the Slow Food Pavilion, you are invited to guess what seeds are put in the big wooden boxes with covers of opaque cloth.
A conference on the role of organic agriculture in the fight against climate-change, held at the Biodiversity Park at Expo Milano 2015, was the occasion for some considerations: food for thought.
The Sarajevo Film Festival, which was held in the Bosnian capital from 14 to 22 August 2015, announced its winners and awards. The “Heart of Sarajevo for the Best Feature Film” award, which is sponsored by the Council of Europe, went to the film “Mustang”, directed by Deniz Gamze Ergüven from Turkey.
This summer we felt like going to Italy again, and at the same time we wanted to visit some exotic places of the world. Luckily, the EXPO 2015 Universal Exhibition in Milan offers both possibilities.
The theme of the EXPO 2015 in Milan is Feeding the Planet. It’s not by chance that every pavilion, besides a shop selling goods and souvenirs from the particular country, has a national cuisine restaurant, too.
Half of the EXPO 2015 Universal Exhibition in Milan has passed and we have just now managed to visit it. Unfortunately, there is no Bulgarian participation, although the exhibition’s theme – Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life, does not sound alien to the ordinary Bulgarian.
For more than a month the space of the Credo Bonum Gallery will be living according the laws of geometry, in the rhythm of color, and with sound and light. The exhibition “Color, Sound, Movement” is showcasing artists who consider art to be a dedicated laboratory activity.
H. E. Mr. Camillo Zuccoli, Ambassador of the Sovereign Order of Malta to Bulgaria, was bestowed with a significant papal distinction, the Order of St. Gregory the Great. The Order was conferred by Bishop Christo Proykov, the Apostolic Exarch of Sofia for the Bulgarian eastern Catholics.
The closest synonym of plagiarism is theft. It may be an intellectual theft but it is still a theft. While in art and in literature those who have been nailed as plagiarists are despised and even sanctioned, in the scientific circles even venerated figures allow themselves to “borrow” from other persons’ publications without any negative consequences for them.
The European Parliament (EP) has honoured the Future Now National …
une 13 is the 150th birthday of William Butler Yeats, winner of the 1923 Nobel Prize for Literature. Perseus Publishing House (Bulgaria) marked this jubilee by launching the Bulgarian-language translation of W. B. Yeats’s book John Sherman and Dhoya containing two works of prose.
Some 400 representatives of European governments, international organisations, the private sector, civil society, users, academia and the Internet technical community will meet in Sofia (Bulgaria) on 4-5 June at the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG)