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Translators from Europe and Asia gather in Czech Republic at 5th edition of annual Susanna Roth Awar

Linguists from countries including China, Japan and France have gathered in Prague to attend the annual Susanna Roth Award, which gives young translators interested in Czech the opportunity to network and learn more about contemporary Czech literature. This year contestants were given the task of translating a selected text from the recent book I Wake Up in Shibuya written by critically acclaimed author Anna Cima.

 
 
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Czech Republic’s cultural heritage to…

The Czech Republic’s cultural heritage is set to become more accessible than ever after the Ministry of Culture…

 
 
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Prague exhibit depicts the most iconic…

A new exhibition has opened up in the Czech Centres Gallery. Featuring over 100 images and a number of three…

 
 
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Children’s publishing house Albatros…

This week marks 70 years since the establishment of the famous children’s books publisher Albatros. As part of the…

 
 
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Unfinished piano piece by Antonín…

More than a hundred years after his death, fans of Antonín Dvořák have a chance to hear a new piece by one of the…

 
 
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Festival showcases Czech films around…

Czech That Film, an annual festival of contemporary Czech films, is currently underway across the United States and…

 
 
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Prague’s DOX to commemorate Tiananmen…

A bust of the late Chinese dissident and Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo is due to be unveiled at Prague’s DOX…

 
 
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Sixty years after first being shown in cinemas, Karel Zeman’s time-travel adventure movie Journey to the Beginning of…

 
 
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Thomas Zaruba, author of the best-selling jazz album Slow Down, is a pianist of Australian-Canadian-Czech origin living…

 
 
 
 
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