Share This: The Belgrade Museum of African Art held a thematic evening marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of Nelson Mandela, as well as the promotion of the English edition of the book “Mandela’s Code” by Dr. Vesna Jugović … Continue reading
Share This: The Russian Princess HH Olga Romanoff, the grad niece of the last Russian Tzar Nikolai II, visited Belgrade on the occasion of the promotion of her autobiographical book “Princess Olga – Wild and Barefoot Romanov”, and during the … Continue reading
Share This: A rather unique book called “Testimony of Time – the World of Marketing Then and Now” (in Serbian: „Svedočanstva o jednom vremenu – o svetu marketinga nekada i sada“) has just been launched, written by 88 authors – … Continue reading
Share This: On Thursday, April 19, in the Reading Room of the Gligorije Vozarović Library in Sremska Mitrovica, another one in the series of promotion of the book “Lost in the Plain” by Žikica Milošević was held.
Share This: From Friday, 13th April Miroslav Mišković’s book “I, THE TYCOON” will be available for sale. An extraordinary autobiography represents a special precedent of its kind in the region and highlights the destiny of the man who has been … Continue reading
Share This: The promotion of the book was held on Friday, October 27, at the Book Fair in Belgrade, with the panel attended by Robert Čoban as moderator, Žikica Milošević, author, Pawel Sokolowski, Consul of the Embassy of Poland, Iva … Continue reading
Share This: “Required reading for all activists.” “You know who’s going to change the world? You are.” Richard Melville Hall, better known as Moby, wrote to the Twitter, commenting the English language version of “Blueprint for Revolution.”
Share This: The Embassy of Sweden celebrated the traditional Swedish holiday St Lucia at Mikser House and presented the book Swedish Culinary Diplomacy by Lars Ekberg, a long-time chef at the Swedish Embassy in Belgrade. National traditions and festivals are … Continue reading
Share This: The book “The Churchill Factor” written by the new head of British diplomacy, Boris Johnson, was presented at the Assembly of the City of Belgrade and Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić spoke at the promotion.