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What do you need to produce a good wine  an old 100 years old grape vine, love - Neli Ivanova from Mill About Vineyard will tell you the rest. 
Friday 13 and how superstitions affect our psyche will find out with Lidia Doncova-Macri, positive phycology consultant
The fire that lighted the heart of the Bulgarian Ivaylo Karamanliev, a shepherd's piper of orchestra "Balkan Bus" from Sydney

Art and Culture - Part 3

With more news from the art and culture from the first half of 2018 in our special rubric with Dr Maria Staykova neuroimmunologist from Australian national University in Canberra.

Is the China new Silk's road smooth?

Opportunities for Chinese business development in 16 Eastern European countries in the light of China's plans and interests - comment from the political analyst Plamen Asenov

The chocolate indulgence

What is the chocolate place in our daily life conversation among few Bulgarians from Sydney and Brisbane

Bulgarian chefs

"Bulgarian chefs" - the book that received a culinary Oscar for 2018 at the Gourmand Awards - a conversation with the author of the book Ilian Iliev, the chocolate queen Elitsa Bozhinova and the professional cook Georgi Boykovski. More info from...
Dear memories of the past spent among the Bulgarian community in Adelaide from Boyka Manasieva from Sydney

Art and culture - Part 2

The highlights of art and culture from the first half of 2018 in our special rubric with Dr. Maria Staykova neuroimunologist from the Australian National University, Canberra

The existential crisis of the EU

Is the EU experiencing an existential crisis because of migration, the internal contradiction in the union and other challenges - comments the political analyst Plamen Asenov
"Someone's Listening" - an emotional tale of love and betrayal with a twist, a new book about Bulgaria, telling about historical events and human destinies through the eyes of author Susan Mimram
Being only less then 6 months in Australia the Bulgarian swimmer and student in Sydney Evtim Gyondrov is achieving great medals success. The secret of this achievement from the interview with Evtim Gyondrov.
The review of a four years mandate - interview with the Bulgarian ambassador in Australia Mrs Emilia Stefanova-Veleva

Art and culture Part 1

The highlights of art and culture from the first half of 2018 in our special rubric with Dr. Maria Staykova neuroimmunologist from the Australian National University, Canberra
 How Bulgarians appreciate the 6 months Bulgarian presidency of the Council of the European Union - comments the political analyst Plamen Asenov