Homogeneity: If you discompose Greece , what is left in the end is an olive , a vine of grapes and a ship. That means that you can create a new country with those. Odysseas Elytis

«Οne quarter Greek» by Nicoletta Barbata

Cinema: a magical world. We believe that it is a world which could be copied by every one of us. Although, in real life, happens the opposite; Cinema copies life. Let’s travel back to the past of ...

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A Greek family takes a different direction in life (takes the reverse way of many others in nowadays)

Spyros Soulis and Yanna Papasava are citizens of the globe. They belong to a special category of Greeks who left the choice of immigration, and came back in Greece; they left Australia to come in ...

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Isle of olive in between Greece and London

Polina Fillipou is a psychologist, and Gregory Vaitsas is a physicist. They are both coming from the capital of Greece, but they have been in London since the beginnings of their studies, 20 years ...

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A Greek-Australian nurse that goes where help is needed

From the earthquakes of Nepal, to Lesbos and then to Idomeni.  And from there, to Iraq. And from there, wherever, help is needed. This is the life of the Greek-Australian nurse, Helen Zachos. I met ...

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HumanStories joins the international campaign to spread the word #PHILOTIMO

Human stories joins the international campaign to spread the word #PHILOTIMO in collaboration with the Philotimo Foundation (www.philotimo.org) and dedicates a series of interpretations and stories ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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It’s all Greek to Me… Original Qualitative Cuisine in central London!

Argiris Rapsomanikis comes from the beautiful island of Corfu but he lives in London since 1993. For me and two other friends there was a social need for qualitative food which had became the guide ...

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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 ...

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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. ...

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