A CrazyCello with Humour and Originality

  Music brings people closer together and joins cultures. It also relaxes the mind. The pictures clear thoughts. It leads us to places that are far and near. It leads us to the absolute azure blue, to places that we strongly desire. Alexandros Botini combined melody with the strength of the ...

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The Greek Woman Who “Enchanted” the New York Times

  Recently there has been talk that a lot of remarkable young adults have been moving abroad, thereby leading to a brain drain, because Greece is incapable of helping or of making good use of its youth. Such talk is based on fact. According to an unofficial opinion poll about 800,000 ...

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In the “Endless Azure” of a Greek Soprano

Greece has been a proud country for many and various reasons throughout the ages. Greece produces important people, scientists and artists. Greek-Cypriot Katerina Mina, whose father was born in Xanthi and mother in Larnaka, is a strong example of “the good results” that Greek passion, magnanimity, ...

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Our Own Mt Olympus Documentary for an Oscar!

  “A lot of people have tried to present Mt. This film started its Olympus but this documentary has done the best job ever,” according to the proud and happy people present at the Dion World Premiere of ‘’Mt Olympus, the Creation’’ which is a production of ELLOPIA FILMS. This film started ...

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«I have never felt like refugee, but i have faced a lot of racism»

“In the refugees I see the common struggle all people have. They want a better future for their children, not one filled with suffering and worries. People can withstand anything: hunger, and authoritarian regimes. However, it is extremely difficult to accept the idea that you and your children may ...

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When a Friendship Goes beyond the Conflict of Two Nations

  Ioannis Dokmetzoglou was born in the neighbourhood of the Ecumenical Patriarch in Constantinople in 1945. He started school in a four-class grammar school in Balata and then went on to finish the fifth and sixth classes. He finished junior and senior high school from the historic Great ...

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They Offer Human Dignity through Cloth Remnants

I met her during the premiere of “Amphipolis Project.” She was one of the speakers who spoke about the role and function of KinSEp, which is known as the Social Partnership Business… Sophia Haitidou, representative , inspirer and vice-president of kinSEp, meaning ‘’co-operate socially’’ Humans...

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The «World Cyclist» Who Does Not Compress the Time of His Life

Who is the “world cyclist”? Who is this handsome and creative “crazy” person who wants to ride his superproduction bike all over the world spreading the value of fellowship and friendship because only then, sisters and brothers, will we be able to cope in these hard times… We met colleague, ...

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Greek women who revolutionized the American baby food industry

Zoe Marouda-Tziola is a wonderful person. She lives in distant Anchorage,Alaska, which is the largest city In Alaska. She studied medicine, but her love of cooking, raw materials, and people won her over. She loves people and has learned to make contributions. She loves life and smiles regularly ...

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The Greek Who Sent Olive Oil to Bill Gates, Mark Zoukerberg,and Jeff Bezos

  “Every business is like a child: first it crawls, then it  walks and finally it runs. However, everything grows if done with love, vision and high spirits.” That is the motto of philologist and owner of Modern School in Athens IoannisKampouri. He is also executive adviser for the firm ...

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A couple from Greece who keep their Honey in a luxurious packaging

A couple from Greece full of dreams, ambition and a vision for progress through the natural elements given to us daily in abundance in the “Greek paradise”. Nikos Vlachoudis, 31, and Rania Gaitanou, 26, besides being a blissful couple, decided (even though they come from diverse professional ...

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Icaria: Follow Your Own Myth

  The poorest island on the Aegean Sea became well known all over the world for its quality air and water.It is also  known  for  the longevity and relaxed  of living of its citizens. A traveler in Icaria has the chances to live the myth of his or her liking.  The people of Icaria did not ...

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After Fifteen Space Missions, He Dreams of ‘’Introducing” the Universe to Children

The grandeur of a human being is shown not only through their professional accomplishments, but also through their everyday behavior towards their fellow human beings. Thanasis Economou  is a unique Greek who has helped in over fifteen difficult space missions for NASA and for other countries . ...

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Proud as a Greek Woman and Worried as an Australian

  Elen Zahos, a nurse from Queensland, came to Greece last fall as a volunteer with Doctors of the World in order to help with the refugee crisis. She returned to Australia in January. Although she had returned, her mind was still on Greece, SkalaSikamias, on Molivo on Mytilene and on ...

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While He Was at the Palai De Spor of the Aristotle University of Salonika He Was Praised for Receiving a Degree at the Age of 79

  Strange how things turn out in life…Your unfulfilled desires never really leave you. When you want something and conditions do not allow you to fulfil your dream, then you will find a way to make the dream of your heart and soul come true. Something like this happened to Asterio ...

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An Astrophysicist Who Is Inspired by «Chaos and Disorder»

Ioannis Seiradakis is an exceptional scientist, Professor of Astrophysics at Aristotle University in Salonika research member of the Antikithiron Machine,which is the first computer in history. He inspires respect the moment he says,” Good day.” Pictures: Dora Topalidou (www.brightside.gr) ...

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