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» Helena and Zvonimir Bulaja Croatian digital artists
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 04/15/2012 | Culture And Arts , Education , People | Unrated
Helena and Zvonimir Bulaja started a collection of animated and interactive stories "Croatian Tales of Long Ago", based on a fairytale book with the same title written in 1916 by Ivana Brlić Mažuranić. The project won about 30 international awards and recognitions, at the animation and new media festivals worldwide, including the most important ones: San Francisco, Rio de Janeiro, Montreux, Toronto, Austin, Zagreb, Annecy, Hamburg, Ottawa, Seoul...
» Cooking Croatia: Easter In Croatia And Traditional Croatian Easter Cake by Tamara Novakovic
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 04/7/2012 | Tourism , Entertainment , Education , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
Tamara Novakovic is a passionate self-taught cook, food blogger, freelance food writer and photographer behind bite-my-cake.blogspot.com. Her life journey has led her through Faculty of Humanities in Zagreb, Croatia to discovering passion for making cakes. She is currently a weekly food columnist for Croatian newspaper V magazine and food magazine Repete. Tamara Novaković writes on Croatian Easter traditions, and with a recipe for the delicious traditional Easter cake.
» Armenian and Croatian contacts described by Dr Vinicije B. Lupis
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 04/4/2012 | Bilingual , History , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
A special bond between the city of Dubrovnik and Armenia is the cult of the City's patron saint St. Blaise from Armenian Sebaste. Croatian Jesuit Josip Marinović, 18th century, wrote the first history of Armenians in the West. The Croatian-Armenian Friendship Society was founded in 2003 in Zagreb. In March 2012 a small gathering of members of the Society has been orgnized in Zagreb, aiming among others to promote a Small Croatian-Armenian / Armenian-Croatian Dictionary.
» Jad Marinovic Australian of Croatian roots champion in kettlebell lifting
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 03/25/2012 | Sports , People , Education | Unrated
Jad Marinovic is as strong, tough and committed as they come!  She has high ambitions both as an athlete and coach.  Jad has traveled to the USA and Europe to compete and also learn from the best, attending the IKSFA St. Petersburg Elite Kettlebell Training Camp in Russia becoming Australia's first female certified IKSFA Kettlebell Sport Coach.  She is not daunted at the prospect of hard training under Russian coaches, and already she has shown she has what it takes to mix with the very best. Jad is the short form of her Croatian name Jadranka.
» Yamato Japanese drummers in Croatia with students of Japanology University of Zagreb Feb 2012
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 03/17/2012 | Music , Sports , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Yamato in Zagreb again, receiving Croatian Hearts as gifts from students of Japanology at the University of Zagreb. On the left a young lady from the Yamato Drummers group - Madoka Higashi, proudly showing her souvenir from Zagreb. Many thanks to our dear friend Mr. Oskar Šarunić to have recorded this very nice event in Croatia's capital.
» Ljubica Stefan 1921-2002 Croatian Righteous, courageous historian and publicist
With this article we commemorate 10 years since the death of Ljubica Štefan, distinguished Croatian intellectual, exceptionally courageous historian and publicist, recipient of the medal of Righteous among the Nations from Yad Vashem. On 17 March 2012 the Holy Mass has been served in her memory by Rev. Josip Kuhtić in the Zagreb Cathedral, assisted by Mons. Dr. Juraj Batelja. She risked her life living in Belgrade until 1992,  and publishing her books in Zagreb under several pseudonims during the Serbian aggression on Croatia and BiH (Bosnia and Herzegovina). In 1992 she left Belgrade leaving there literally all her property. The Prize of Ljubica Štefan has been established in her honour in Zagreb in  2009 for exceptional publicist and scientific work.
» Collegium pro musica sacra Croatian choir founded in 1972 celebrates 40 years of existence
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 03/12/2012 | Music , People , Education , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
Collegium pro musica sacra, Croatian choir specialised for churhc music ranging from Gregorian coral to modern sacral music, with a special emphasis on Croatian church music,  has been founded in 1972, ie. 40 years ago. It was founded by s. Imakulata Malinka on the photo, who directed the choir until 1999, and since then until 2010 it was directed by s. Cecilija Pleša. Now the Collegium pro musica sacra is conducted by Iva Juras, prof. The choir has won silver medals at the Internation choir competition in Jerusalem, Israel, in 1996, then in Bremen in 2004in Rome 2009, and gold medal at the International competition of choirs held in Bratislava, Slovakia, in 2010.
» Dr. Artur Bagdasarov congratulates all Croatians the Holiday of Croatian Language 11-17 March
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 03/11/2012 | Croatian Language , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Dr. Artur Bagdasarov is distinguished expert in Croatian language working in Moscow, of Armenian origin. He published nine books dealing with various aspects of Croatian language. Here is his message, written in Croatian: Dragi Hrvati! Svima vama u domovini Hrvatskoj, svima vama raseljenima diljem svijeta, mojim kolegama hrvatskoga jezika čestitam blagdan Hrvatskoga jezika! U Hrvatskoj se svake godine, od 11. do 17. ožujka, slavite Dane hrvatskoga jezika. Ta kulturna manifestacija utemeljena je odlukom Hrvatskog sabora 1997. godine, na spomen Deklaracije o nazivu i položaju hrvatskoga književnoga jezika. ...
» Professor Artur Bagdasarov published a "Short Croatian Grammar" in Russian language in Moscow 2012
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 03/4/2012 | Croatian Language , Science , Education | Unrated
Prof. Dr. Artur Bagadsarov is a well known Russian expert in Croatian language. He was the first one to have published a Croatian-Russian Dictionary and several scientific books about Croatian literary language for the Russian readers. The "Short Croatian Grammar" is his ninth book dealing with various aspects of Croatian language, and is intended for a broad audience. The book is printed on 96 pp in 3000 copies. Our sincere congratulations to professor Bagdasarov for his newest book.
» Croacias Totales Radiosat is a new program for Croatians on Argentinean Radio
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 03/1/2012 | Entertainment , Education | Unrated
Croacias Totales Radiosat, is a new program on Argentinean Radio, "Signos FM 92-5", broadcast each Mondey via from 19 to 20 o'clock (Argentinean local time GMT-03:00), and worldwide using Internet on the pages of http://www.fmsignos.com.ar . The leaders of the program are Veronika Cvitkovic, Jasminka Fiolic i Stella Hubmayer, all of them born in Argentina, but their parents are from Croatia. The program is mostly in Castellano, also in Croatia, dedicated to Croatian culture, music, kitchen and tourism.
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