The Buddhist Temple in Colentina was the host of yesterday’s Chinese New Year celebrations, where members of the Chinese community – joined by a few of their Romanian friends – greeted the Year of the Fire Monkey. The festivities started out with a religious ceremony, the priestess and the worshipers praying for peace, prosperity and…

Our creative workshops for high schoolers recommence this February, engaging new groups of students setting out to illustrate the cultural diversity of Bucharest by means of theater, film, photography and visual arts. In partnership with “Traian” Academic High School, “A.D. Xenopol” National High School, “George Coșbuc” Bilingual National High School and the Telecommunications High School…

The clues of a Bucharest diversified from a cultural point of view are everywhere, from Pantelimon to the Centrul Vechi (Old Town) and from Gemeni Square to Voluntari. The project research team “The new minorities in Bucharest municipality” formed of anthropology MA students within the SNSPA and under the coordination of the anthropologists Monica Stroe,…

The clues of a Bucharest diversified from a cultural point of view are everywhere, from Pantelimon to the Centrul Vechi (Old Town) and from Gemeni Square to Voluntari. The project research team “The new minorities in Bucharest municipality” formed of anthropology MA students within the SNSPA and under the coordination of the anthropologists Monica Stroe,…

Eight people, eight stories, eight different chords on an imaginary stave bearing the name of Bucharest. This is the network of the documentary film that will be filmed during the project “The new minorities in Bucharest municipality” and which will showcase the cultural richness of the city where approximately 30.000 people belong to new minorities….

The European Day of Languages is celebrated this year for the 15th time on the initiative of the European Council so as to encourage multilingualism for a better intercultural communication. Every year on September 26th we celebrate linguistic diversity in Europe, a key element of the rich cultural heritage of the continent. The 800 million…

Gianluca Dova is an Italian for who Bucharest is home now. He has lived here for 20 years now, together with his family, speaks very well Romanian, even if every now and then he blurts out “allora”, and, even if he isn’t too crazy about “sarmale” (stuffed cabbage), he consideres himself Romanian, for the most…

Who would have thought that the owner of the small Londophone pub, in the basement of an apartment building near Cişmigiu, wasn’t British? The truth is that he is part of the new minority here in Bucharest, however not from the British one, but from the Moldovian one. Vlad Bolocan is a young man of…

The Association of Turkish Entrepreneurs of Romania – TIAD  Address: 7 Ritmului St., district 2, Bucharest Telephone/Fax: 021.250.18.77, 021.250.45.93 E-mail: tiad@tiad.ro Website: https://www.tiad.ro/ Founded in 1993, it is a professional association in the economical field, which reunites the Turkish business community members of Romania.

Lumina (“The Light”) Foundation Educational Institutions  Address: 64b Colentina Road district 2, Bucharest Telephone/Fax: 021.240.30.22 E-mail: secretariat@lumina.org Website: http://fundatia.lumina.org/ The foundation’s main goal is to run educational activities at all levels of the Romanian educational system. The most important projects of the Foundation are the University of South – Eastern Europe Lumina and the Theoretical…

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