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US should respect, support all countries' choice of path: Chinese foreign ministry

China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said China always maintains that all countries should respect each others’ sovereignty and territorial integrity, non-aggression and non-interference in…

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'Chinese opening police station in South Africa' verified as a fake story

News that circulated on social media claiming that China is opening a police station in South Africa was debunked as false. Powered by WPeMatico

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Xi to address APEC summit with regional focus

Chinese President Xi Jinping is to pay state visits to Papua New Guinea, Brunei, and the Philippines from Nov. 15 to 21, and will attend…

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Xinjiang is an epitome of China's tremendous changes

In 1988, I flew to Urumqi airport aboard the Ilyushin IL-96 airliner at dusk. The terminal was like a steamer since there was no air…

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Airlines spread their wings

Airlines are announcing new flights from Budapest one after the other for the winter schedule period, and two carriers have already disclosed new destinations to…

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Lords of the airwaves

For those not familiar, or for those who need reminding, “You Rang, M’Lord?”, or “Csengetett, Mylord?” as it is known in Hungarian, is a splendid,…

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Tildy Palace has its secrets

Like many of the luxurious buildings in Budapest that are now residences or embassies of countries with diplomatic ties to Hungary, the Argentinian residence at…

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Orbán advocates strengthening China-CEE ties at central bank governors' meeting

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán attended a meeting of central bank governors of China and the 16 countries of central and eastern Europe. In his address…

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China's SOEs undertake over 3,000 Belt and Road projects

China’s central state-owned enterprises account for half of infrastructure projects started or scheduled to start. Powered by WPeMatico

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Restorer brings frescoes back to life

Li Xiaoyang says he’s been engrossed in fresco restoration since childhood, thanks to his family. Li’s grandfather Li Yunhe is a well-known fresco restorer in…

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All Hungarians should do sports

A former world-class swimmer, Tünde Szabó has been leading the State Secretariat for Sports within the Ministry of Social Affairs. The Budapest Times sat down…

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Explore International MBA or Masters Programmes Personally

Top international business schools and universities meet prospective English-speaking applicants in uniquely personalised educational One-to-One event and Open Fair in Budapest on 3rd and 4th…

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Mayor to seek third term

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has asked the incumbent mayor of Budapest, István Tarlós, to run for a third consecutive term in next year’s local government…

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Optimism ‘broad-based’

The European Commission has raised its projections for Hungary’s GDP this year and next to 4.3 percent and 3.4 percent, respectively, in its biannual forecast….

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Nations or nothing: Orbán

Without its nations, Europe would lose its spiritual and cultural identity, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has told a European People’s Party (EPP) congress in Helsinki….

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The brief history of the month (November)

Presenting in one concise package the month’s most important and fascinating national stories, whether they be economic, political, cultural, sporting or among the hundreds of…

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The great man blows his top

Regular readers of the “Maigret” books well know that their hero can be a grumpy old devil, chewing on his pipe and chewing out his…

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Ladies in the limelight, ladies in the moonlight

Still today, ladies are always behind men in life, while conversely it remains true that there’s a strong woman behind every man, says art curator…

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Brighter times ahead for children in need

The Xpat Charity Party “Fireworks Night” at Budapest’s Marriott Hotel on October 27 raised HUF 4.5 million to support under-privileged Hungarian children via three organisations:…

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Key to the Quai des Orfevres

In 1949, after he had written another 28 “Maigret” novels since the first one in 1931, Belgian author Georges Simenon suddenly wound back the clock…

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Growing global hostility ‘corroding public discourse’

With funerals being held this week for the 11 worshippers shot dead at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on 27 October 2018,…

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Great journey to a glorious future: Erdoğan

The 95th anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic of Turkey was celebrated with a reception at the Hungarian Heritage House in Budapest’s District I…

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News may be fake but blood is real

Disinformation and fake news generated by Russia to mask its meddling in other countries’ affairs was the topic when the Ukraine, Canada, United Kingdom and…

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Real people, places and events

This year’s Taiwan Dox festival sees the event enter its fourth year, and the 2018 selection focuses on ancient culture, the unprocessed past, women’s fates,…

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Beyond imagining

John Lennon was a man in millions. Even in exalted company his name came first: John, Paul, George and Ringo; Lennon-McCartney. Post-Beatles, his solo career…

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Feel good, do good

Under-privileged children will again benefit from this year’s Xpat Party for Charity at the Budapest Marriott Ballroom on October 27, with a target of topping…

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Off to fight the Russian monster

After civil unrest broke out in Ukraine in late 2013, Russia seized the opportunity to begin military intervention in eastern Ukraine and then annex Crimea…

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Imagine no ‘Imagine’

There is “Imagine” the song, recorded by John Lennon in May 1971 and which, almost ever since, is rarely mentioned without the words “iconic” or…

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Scream, Shout

I’ve had a string of bad news lately. Death and dying are featuring heavily in my conversations. Death notices are more frequent than marriage announcements…

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Why wander into foreign kitchens?

Wherever Krisztián Huszár swings his wooden spoon, the gourmets fall to his feet. The rock-star chef with the striking dreadlocks is one of the most…

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Colossus steers into the future

There is hardly anyone who does not know this restaurant: the Gundel on the edge of Budapest’s City Park has been a shining star in…

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New rabbi after 350 years

When a friend of mine recently told me that we would meet the following week during the synagogue and rabbi dedication in the Castle District,…

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Meeting of giants

Sziget is Europe’s most diverse festival and the fifth-biggest in the world. So what better platform for the biggest-selling artist on the planet to take…

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They’ll make you wish you had been there

Brit Floyd, who describe themselves as the world’s greatest Pink Floyd tribute show, is returning to the stage for a special 45th anniversary retrospective of…

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One expelled, two quit Jobbik

The parliamentary group of conservative opposition Jobbik has expelled János Volner, one of the party’s deputy leaders, after he sent a letter to Jobbik’s grassroots…

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No milk, no honey: EU cannot heal Europe

Sixty years ago, in 1958, Pál Maléter, who was Hungary’s Minister of Defence during the 1956 Uprising, was executed (with many others). His story reflects…

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Diplomatic row escalates

Hungary is expelling a Ukrainian consul in retaliation against Ukraine’s expulsion of a Hungarian consul, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó announced after Ukraine’s foreign ministry declared…

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Orbán on guard duty

The Hungarian government will not give up its right to control the country’s borders, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in his address at the opening…

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Life in the multiverse

Asterion project Theatre in English is a professional company and it will present “Constellations” by English playwright Nick Payne at Fém Arts & Café, Váci…

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The brief history of the month (Octorber)

Presenting in one concise package the month’s most important and fascinating national stories, whether they be economic, political, cultural, sporting or among the hundreds of…

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Making a monkey of Trump, and more

The Budapest Times dutifully pays a visit to the World Press Photo Exhibition when it is in town each year, and, as always, it confirms…

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Bringing freshness to European and global scene

Art Market Budapest was established in 2011 as an international contemporary art fair, and the latest edition will be at Millenáris cultural and convention centre…

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From a home lost to a place in the world community

Sixty-eight of Latvia’s museums contributed to the exhibition Latvia’s Century, which has been on display in the country’s National History Museum in the capital, Riga,…

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Tributes to Mahatma Gandhi

The Embassy of India in Budapest celebrated the 150th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi on 2 October 2018 with a double…

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Supping with ghosts of Freud, Mozart

The Kaffeehäuser are said to be the public living rooms of Vienna. The home of Mozart, Klimt and Freud is as famed for its coffee…

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A year learning in the United States

United States Ambassador to Hungary David B. Cornstein has announced that the US Government’s successful Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) program is now accepting applications from…

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Raised Concerns about the future of the leadership in the polisario

In Algiers, the mobilization of the presidency and intelligence services is at its peak. And the reason is that the health of Brahim Ghali, the…

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A history of destruction and recovery

On one of our visits to Vienna this year, The Budapest Times stayed in Leopoldstadt, which is considered a Jewish area. Orthodox Jewish men were…

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Three days of Mexico mood

Mexican colours, lights, shapes, moods and flavours are being celebrated with a festival all along District XI’s Bartók Béla út this Friday, Saturday and Sunday,…

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A Scottish man walked out of a bar…

Bring up the topic of football stadiums in Hungary and you’re guaranteed eyes will roll. So many have been built in recent years it’s laughable….

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Choir adds its voices to improving relations

With 19 ladies and seven men in its ranks, the Othello Polyphonic Choir has chosen an appropriate name for itself. Not that anybody in the…

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South Italian cuisine in style

Authentic ingredients, authentic staff, authentic atmosphere – that’s what most want an Italian place to feel like. There is now such a place right in…

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Cameraman on the battlefields

The Hungarian Museum of Photography in Kecskemét is exhibiting Hungarian-American photographer Laszlo Kondor’s images taken during the Vietnam War between 1969 and 1972, when he…

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Eyes glued to the screen

The Szemrevaló / Sehenswert (Hungarian and German for “Eyeful”) Film Festival presents films from German-speaking countries in Budapest for the seventh time from September 27-October…

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Wonder in the wilds

It’s always a pleasure for my family and I to spend summer holidays on the road, as we often make our way to lesser-known places….

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Bethlehem ‘special’ twin

Budapest Mayor István Tarlós and Bethlehem Mayor Anton Salman signed a twin-city agreement between their cities in Bethlehem in early September. Powered by WPeMatico

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Varga optimistic on long term

Hungary’s economy grew by an annual 4.8 percent in the second quarter of 2018, up from 4.4 percent in the previous quarter, the Central Statistical…

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(Almost) everything’s rosy: US ambassador

David B. Cornstein, the United States’ ambassador to Hungary, said he has not experienced any infringement on freedom rights in Hungary and should the case…

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'Time' to suspend Hungary

International civil groups have called on Members of the European Parliament to vote for launching the European Union’s Article 7 procedure against Hungary, saying that…

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Blue in the face, and other colours

One face is staring at another face in the gallery. The first face is simply a visitor, come to look at the exhibition of paintings….

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Arts all year in two of continent’s gems

Next year’s two European Capitals of Culture will be Plovdiv in Bulgaria and Matera in Italy. Two such cities do the honours each year and…

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The brief history of the month (September)

Presenting in one concise package the month’s most important and fascinating national stories, whether they be economic, political, cultural, sporting or among the hundreds of…

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Donate blood in honour of terrorism victims

United States Ambassador David B. Cornstein, a native New Yorker, shares some personal reflections on the tragedy of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on…

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Art Deco on the Ringstrasse

Top-end hotels lay out the red carpet for their guests, if not literally, then certainly figuratively: a doorman in livery stands outside to do the…

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Presence of NATO officers and US military forces is worrying

Political analyst Omar Bennani explains how the presence of NATO officers and US military forces in the Maghreb region is worrying the countries there: The…

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Handicrafts and hardships

The Kingdom of Morocco is holding a Handicraft Week at the Vajdahunyad Castle in City Park from 7-16 September, while, in other news, it is…

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Loyalty recognised and celebrated

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus held its traditional annual party to celebrate the start of the business season. Guests at the event on September 4 included partners…

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Three countries holding hands for one cause

At 7pm on 23 August 1989, an estimated two million people from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania joined hands, forming a human chain from Tallinn through…

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Serious reforms despite Russian aggression

Russia’s aggression against Ukraine since 2014 was highlighted when Ukrainian Ambassador to Hungary Liubov Nepop welcomed guests at a reception in the Museum of Military…

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Icon of democracy, social justice honoured

The Embassy of the Republic of South Africa and the Municipality of the City of Budapest will co-host a Family Fun Walk in commemoration of…

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All well and good

Legend has it that Slovakia’s leading spa complex, the appropriately named Spa Island at Piešťany, originated when it was observed that a peacock with a…

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A rich natural and human environment

In his three years in Japan’s Okinawa Province from 2006, zoologist Zoltán Korsós visited 53 of the 140 or so islands in the Ryukyu Archipelago….

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Criminally satisfying

This is one of the most intriguing of the 30 or so “Maigret” books that we have read: a man calls on the Detective Chef…

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The brief history of the month (August)

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‘We are the future of Europe’

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has repeated his message that every European country has the right to protect its Christian culture and the traditional family model,…

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Josper is just the job

On this warm summer evening the score or so of tables on the restaurant’s outdoor cobble-stoned terrace are all occupied, and newly arriving diners are…

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“It must have been very interesting in Vienna back then… “

The writer Hermann Bahr hit the nail on the head when he came up with this observation on life in Vienna around 1900. Many of…

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Flag of freedom hoisted

Some 200 members of Hungary’s Indian community and friends of India gathered at the Residence in Budapest’s District II on August 15 for the annual…

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Ring the changes

Next year’s 34th Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix is set to occupy a full week rather than just a weekend, Minister of Foreign Affairs and…

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Debrecen at the wheel

German car manufacturer BMW is to build a EUR 1 billion-plus factory to make conventional and electric cars in Debrecen. Powered by WPeMatico

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Volunteers needed for the Nursery Project

“Service is the rent we pay for living. It is the very purpose of life and not something [we] do in [our] spare time.” Whether…

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Palanok pearl

Although steeped with much Hungarian history and legend, Palanok Castle has outlived the former empire and more during the course of its millennium. This remarkable…

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We meet on Astana Street

The Cities Mayors Forum “Global Silk Road” was held in Astana at the beginning of July, and highlighted the need for digitalising and cooperation between…

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More than beer and sausages

Germany gave the world the word schadenfreude, and some parts of the world were happy to throw it back at them when the Germans flopped…

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Common Roots and Historical Ties

Ambassador, Kazakhstan included Hungary in the first round of visa exceptions. Why is that? Powered by WPeMatico

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Astana Rising

Kazakhstan’s capital strives to be among the world’s smartest cities, a hub for financial services and a platform for solving international conflicts. A small delegation…

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Beat the heat!

Whether on a stick or in a croissant, whether in the flavours of strawberry, chocolate or plum pálinka, at temperatures above 30 degrees an ice-cream…

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16,000 steps to learn love

The Bishops of Passau in Germany, Székesfehérvár in Hungary and Szatmárnémeti in Romania decided to organise a youth meeting every three years. One thousand three…

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Something special in meat

The dream of all carnivores has finally come true! Or at the very least, since March there is a place in the Hungarian capital that…

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Memories of Hungary in Algeria

From the street looking into the pub, the many different things hanging on the walls are exciting enough to feel an invitation and walk in:…

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Turkish Cyprus has its delights

Our guide shows us several of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus’ many attractions – historic sites, nice beaches and unspoilt scenery, timeless villages and…

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‘Qualitative leap’ in Moroccan-Hungarian ties

The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco, Mrs Karima Kabbaj, hosted a reception in Budapest Marriott Hotel on July 30 to celebrate the 19th anniversary…

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Letter to the Editor

On July 24, 2018, the East Asian Olympic Committees (EAOC) held an Extraordinary Council meeting to cancel the 1st East Asian Youth Games (“EAYG”) in…

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Budapest’s Zsidai group’s overseas expansion continues in Marbella, Spain

Zsidai Gastronomy Group is a family business that runs 20 restaurants, cafés, bars, pubs and two luxury boutique hotels in Budapest, Vienna and Marbella. The…

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The story of a book

One of the less obvious tourist sites in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is the former house of critically hailed British novelist, poet, humourist…

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Fearlessly into the ’forbidden’ land

In November 2017, The Budapest Times innocently accepted an invitation to a reception to celebrate the 34th anniversary of the establishment of the Turkish Republic…

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Where impossibilities seem commonplace

Walking down a city street in India one day (it may have been Bombay and it may have been 1973; so long ago – no…

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Waliczky explores range of visual perception

New-media artist Tamás Waliczky’s project “Cameras – Imaginary Cameras and Other Optical Devices” has been selected to represent Hungary at the 58th Venice Biennale in…

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Stronger when we are together: French diplomat

France’s Ambassador-designate to Hungary, Mrs Pascale Andréani, welcomed guests to her country’s National Day reception at the Residence in Buda on July 14. Mrs Andréani…

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Islamophobia ’not major issue in Hungary’

Turkey’s Ambassador to Hungary, Ahmet Akif Oktay, says he is not worried about any anti-Moslem sentiment in Hungary, and while Islamophobia is a problem in…

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Liszt collection on rare public display

As his fame grew, Franz Liszt received more and more musical scores from hopeful fellow composers, leading him to send a message to German music…

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Egyptian national day celebrated

The Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt held a reception in the Museum of Military History on July 10 on the occasion of the…

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Similar story, different adjective

OK, we confess. We are addicted, there is a monkey on our back. Each month now, as Penguin reissues the latest of the 75 “Maigret”…

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Art through suffering

Just for a few moments, in the series of windowless rooms, there is a real feeling that we are not in Budapest in 2018 but…

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Bilateral relationship ‘can be best it has ever, ever been’

Newly arrived United States of America Ambassador to Hungary David B. Cornstein was pressed into public action quickly, hosting the official Independence Day celebration at…

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Healing amid hardship

Doctor Anna Jakkel, of Kecskemét, has made six visits to Africa on a voluntary basis to help with medical prorblems there, and a selection of…

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Soaking up some summer

This year’s longest day fell on June 22 – the date varies slightly each year – and the occasion was celebrated at InterContinental® Budapest with…

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Crooks and Hungarian folklore

Whether Urban Betyár is a restaurant that includes a museum or a museum with a restaurant attached is a question that can only be answered…

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Light snacks on the go

Enjoying food should be the most natural thing in the world but it is a problem for many. Especially if you cannot eat everything. Dropping…

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The brief history of the month

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My Budapest

Hardly a week goes by without someone asking me for advice on where to eat and what to do in Budapest. Usually it’s friends asking…

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Orbán firm on Fortress Hungary

The state has a duty to act against the organisation of illegal migration, a crime that harms national security interests, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has…

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Lights, music 3D

Do you find miniature golf a bit bourgeois? Or just something for aging hotel facilities? Then you have not tried the newest mini-golf course in…

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Jewish leader denies attack

In reply to a letter by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, President Ronald Lauder of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) said he had never made the…

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Jobbik split brewing

The radical nationalist Jobbik party has elected as leader Tamas Sneider, seen as the more moderate of the two candidates. Sneider garnered 298 votes, or…

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Honeymoon on bikes

When they left Hungary, they did not know in which direction or how lengthy their travel would be. They did not know how long their…

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EU concern on education, media

The European Parliament’s Committee on Culture and Education (CULT) has made several serious criticisms about the situation in Hungary. The committee voted 13-4 to approve…

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Where to wet your whistle

The craft beer trend has also arrived in Hungary. This is proven not only by the many new microbreweries founded in recent years but also…

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Szijjártó backs robust EU

Hungary has a vested interest in a strong and successful Europe, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó told a conference, where Steve Bannon, the former chief strategist…

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Birthday gala of the Aikido kids

The uninitiated might not know the name Uesiba Morihei, but for many millions of his followers all over the world he is known as Osensei…

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