The space-time bases of Anna Akhmatova’s artistic world becomes a a literary movement among Russian poets in the early 20th century
Russian classic music is widespread all over the world but Russians don't have a chance to listen to traditional Ghanian music.
Digital era sets trends and Russian libraries follow them. Digital libraries connect readers to the heritage of the previous centuries.
There is nothing difficult about starting a conversation by saying, "Hello, how are you?" - AISEC encourages Russians to get to know foreign guests better and go global
Monologue on Art and Design explores how a new reality with paints and colours is created
Fashion offers a chance for self-expression; for choosing an image that reflects your inner world
Where to stay, where to go, and what to see in every city in Russia? Choose your way of exploring Russia with a digital guide
With a motto from a summer school in Florence for Art and Italian courses “Ars longa, vita brevis” – HSE Alumni launched art business in Dubai keeping a connection with Russia and creating a new reality.
Interactions in charity are two-way: taking place between the sufferers who receive aid, and the donors who provide aid.
Being a student does not mean you cannot help. In Russia, for the first time, people showed me the ways to help someone than just give the money.
Moscow is a unique city where cultures collide. How do expats celebrate their national holidays surrounded by a local culture?
A debater experiences is a very transdisciplinary approach towards issues in business, politics, in ethics, in social institutions. The ability to convince people is an art and a must-have skill.
Indonesians haven’t felt themselves discriminated in Russia. Their campus is a multicultural environment; Isa makes friends with different people from different countries.
Another interesting addition worth mentioning is that, during our class presentation the day before, a colleague cited ‘borsch’ soup as an example. As a special meal, I was told it’s a great Russian dish.
For all its differences, Kazan still shares a lot with Russian culture. The people of Kazan drink compote and tea. They offer the same warmth, openness, and Russian hospitality.
One of the locals told us that this was all part of the celebrations for the Victory Day parade. There were also several newly wedded couples taking photographs in this area and around the Kremlin.
I felt like an intruder as I was so curious at the same time. As it is so different than in my own country, The Netherlands, I wanted to ask about everything, take a look and just observe how people behaved.
In warm countries they change friends easier, because of the mentality like «ok, this summer I share your views, next summer I have other interests». But the Russian soul is very sensitive and vulnerable.
Here, amid the birch tree forests along the shores of the Volkhov, wooden churches, houses, and storage buildings are preserved to show how Russians of old used to live.
It is a common experience for anyone that has lived abroad for a longer period of time, friends and/or family coming over and hoping to see and experience the life you have been excitingly posting about on your Facebook, Instagram or other social media.
I had found his book on the table of the common room in Nikitas’ homestead, the hostel I logged in at the Olkhon Island, on the west coast of the lake Baikal in Siberia.
The Olkhon Island is probably one of the few spots on earth, which hasn’t been polluted by people. The lake is still so clean, that if you would fill a cup directly from the shore, you could drink its water straight away.
The global financial crisis, which began several years ago, has affected most countries in the world. Economic and political changes have drastically influenced people’s lifestyles and migration patterns.
Moscow State University of Foreign Affairs (MGIMO) hosted the annual BRICS Global University Summit – an event during which the participants shared knowledge and discussed the joint educational agenda of member countries.