Monthly Archives: December 2009
CyprusNewsReport.com welcomes article submissions from young journalists or writers aged 18 to 26, with one winning entry published each month until July 2010 To enter, send your story to email@example.com. Please read the rules below to ensure your entry will be valid: 1. Stories must be on the following topics: Business, Culture, People, Politics, Education or Environment. 2. Stories must have a connection with Cyprus. 3. All nationalities are welcome to enter their stories, however, the stories must be in … Continue reading
After the first post dedicated to street art in Europe, we fly to South America, where we have selected 30 examples of street art & graffiti. Next stop: North America!
The meaning of life is a question that has been explored by philosophers through the centuries. Generation after generation of ordinary people also question the meaning of life, is it one’s family? One’s work? One’s friends and cars and houses? Is it money or religion? Or perhaps it’s the search itself that is the true meaning of life. Maria Prodromou is a qualified philosopher, she has studied philosophy for most of her career. In spite of, or perhaps because of, … Continue reading
Auctions can be very entertaining but also extremely boring, frustrating and costly too. This 19th Century Paintings auction was in two parts. Morning and afternoon. I liked following the whole auction and registering the pulse and strength of the auctions I attended. Seeing bidders and how many bidding on a particular painting and artist helped me decide the strength of the artist’s worth and popularity. The Impressionist sale in October was a good benchmark as far as attendance and prices … Continue reading
Human Rights Day is observed by the international community every year on 10 December. It commemorates the day in 1948 when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In 2009, the Council of Europe will mark its presence with calls for greater respect of human rights, democracy and the rule of law online and in new communication services. The constant developments in the information society give the Organisation the challenge of defending and maintaining its … Continue reading
¡SI QUIERES CAMBIAR EL MUNDO, DEJA QUE EL MUNDO TE CAMBIE! Impossibile è solo una parola pronunciata da piccoli uomini che trovano più facile vivere nel mondo che gli è stato dato piuttosto che cercare di cambiarlo. Impossibile non è un dato di fatto, è un’opinione. Impossibile non è una regola, è una sfida. Impossibile non è uguale per tutti. Impossibile non è per sempre. La Revolución Humanista >> Vai al post