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Mediterranean Treasures of Cyprus uncovered at the Smithsonian

September 15, 2010 by


Precious and historic artifacts to go on exhibit at the Smithsonian in Washington 11,000 year history distilled into an exhibition with more than 200 Artifacts to be on view for the first time in the United States and a heritage borne out from its own distinctive history and culture. The exhibition is presented on the […]

What are the tweeps about in the cooler days of late summer in Cyprus?

September 12, 2010 by


There is more to a personal account than a spontaneous visit to the countryside in Cyprus. Being spontaneous and flexible has its rewards while visiting Cyprus and while you can partake of the experience of bird watching, one quickly realises that being in Cyprus, you get the privilege of witnessing the lifecycle of Migratory birds, […]

Sea, Sun, Science and humanity in Cyprus

September 9, 2010 by


Researchers' Night 2010 in Cyprus sets researchers in a different light. It's a reminder that studious minds have also personalities and its a chance to partake with their great sense of humor and huge interest to learn from others, which also offers a very attractive opportunity for young students who are currently making life decisions.

Tourism in need of a cultural narrative

September 7, 2010 by


Heeding the call for action around the issues of Biodiversity Loss and climate change may sound at times, just like another environmental campaign or even may be interpreted as disguised eco-tourism advertising for Tourism. That’s what it can  seen on the surface, but quickly recompose yourself and get over the fact that you were not […]

Biodiversity brings more challenges to Tourism than conservation

September 6, 2010 by


The reality facing Tourism is that it is a competitive and specialized commercial sector, which does not have in its nature, the prioritization of development of society over profits.  Not only is this not a shareholder priority, it’s a practical impossibility for CEO’s to have this as part of their play-book. Operating with tight margins, […]

Kypria an architecture of modern drama for optimism highlighted by Spyros Evangelatos

September 1, 2010 by


The international festival KYPRIA 2010 to be celebrated in Cyprus finds in ancient Greek tragedy a source of modern meaning. Presenting in its programme the Greek tragedy of Oedipus by Sophocles, we find in this drama performance a source of inspiration of how modern man grapples with the unceasing quest to decipher eternal questions of […]