Monthly Archives: August 2010

University Students Dig on Diplomacy

The Prague Post Lecture series brings Foreign Service professionals into the classroom As the proverb goes, experience is the best teacher, but second best is probably being taught by someone with plenty of real world experience. For students studying international relations and diplomacy at Anglo-American University (AAU), a special program puts them up close and… Read more »

Cultivating a Dream

The Prague Post A student-built garden in Valtice was a labor of love How does your garden grow? For the new Tiree Chmelar Herb Garden next to the Valtice Chateau in south Moravia, with a lot of history and love. Designed and built by students from the Lednice Mendel University of Horticulture, the garden wasn’t… Read more »

Street Rhythms

Belgian artist Chase takes his irreverent talents indoors at Prague 2 gallery The Prague Post Street art by definition is outdoors and, obviously, on the street. Does bringing it indoors negate its message? “Whenever I travel, I paint and connect with people,” said Chase, originally from Belgium but now living in Los Angeles. “It’s a… Read more »

Utopian city is just clicks away

The Prague Post Virtual platform allows users to rethink design How will cities be designed in the future? And what about the communities within those cities? How will constantly changing technology affect the way we live, work and socialize? These questions and more are being explored through Underground City XII, a multidisciplinary platform that allows… Read more »

Chance to taste and touch all things tea

The Prague Post Vyšehrad hosts festival showcasing the world’s second most popular drink “A spot of tea” takes on a whole new meaning at the annual ČajoMír Fest (Tea Peace Fest) Aug. 21 at Vyšehrad. Music, dancing, art, workshops and more are all centered on celebrating the world’s second most popular drink (water is the… Read more »

Enter an imaginary land for children of all ages

The Prague Post Kids love the toys at Království železnic; parents love the AC Excitement is building at Království železnic (Railway Kindgom). The cavernous basement space in Prague 5 is home to meters of model railroad track, which are in the midst of becoming a model of the entire Czech rail system. And if railroads… Read more »