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My Ukrainian friend Sophia went into kickboxing at 12 years old and I decided to ask her some questions about it. It wasn’t only for self defense, but also for psychological relief. Sophia tells us about her experience, parents’ opinion and women in sports.

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Change

By Laura Kucerova • June 6, 2019

Veronika, a 24-year-old student from Prague, shares her experience of the aftermath of her father’s death.

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It’s Kinda Bad

By David Ahmad • June 4, 2019

There are many places in the world with a harsh lifestyle caused by poverty, drugs, violence, and a lack of law enforcement. The poor neighborhoods in Casablanca have all of those and possibly more. I talk to a Moroccan artist in Prague who grew up in one of these neighborhoods, and we find out how it has influenced his life and work

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NewBorn

By Leke Cana • June 4, 2019

I have met a lot of people from around the world. They ask me where I am from, and I tell them I am from Kosovo. I didn’t expect that many different opinions about Kosovo. Some were thinking there is still a war going on there. Some were thinking it is a country of crime, with gun fights in the city, drugs, corruption etc. And some didn’t know that country existed. I don’t blame them, it’s easy to get influenced by media. And that’s why I decided to show another perspective.

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What makes zero waste living important? How can we implement it in a way to educate each other? Luckily, schools are becoming more aware of this matter. From gaining experience in college, to implementing similar strategies with a tweak to educate children, Iman Delić talks about how she started, her collaboration with others and her future plans.

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Stringent measures

By Artur Arepyev • June 4, 2019

A lot of things are happening in the world that we’re not aware about, a lot of terrible things. This is an interview with a person who witnessed two different terrorist attacks, one in Beslan and another one in Nalchik. Koba Liklikadze, journalist from Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, talks about his own terrorist encounter, and shares his thoughts about certain topics.

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Small and shy Emma is undoubtedly the main source of inspiration and love for Martina, someone who makes everything brighter and easier. On the other hand, raising a little child alone while successfully launching and taking care of a clothing store is not that simple. Let’s recycle it!

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Game of  Tongues

By Zhiyar Mohammed • June 4, 2019

Have you ever met a polyglot – that is, a who speaks many languages? Zhiyar Mohammed talked to Petr Kubalek, a native Czech who says he normally translates texts from at least 16 languages – although he adds with some modesty that he only speaks nine of them.

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Appreciating Garbage

By Htun Lynn Zaw • May 28, 2019

Some have argued that illegal graffiti is a symbol of freedom against former oppressive communist regime in Czech Republic whilst others have regarded it as a widespread issue that directly affects the city’s urban well-being and have taken on actions to reduce the motivation.

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My name is Ali Eren Olgun and I want to tell you about GuruShots, a photography platform that has a website, and a mobile app. With GuruShots, photographers open themed photography challenges and users submit their photos to compete for level-ups and even prizes.

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