Publishing house Almanah of Skopje has plans for a further two major translations of Croatian authors: Ivana Brlić Mažuranić’s Tales of Long Ago and August Šenoa’s Peasants’ Revolt.
The president visited the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she presented a national decoration to well known Croatian-American researcher Marin Soljačić.
Croatian-British ballet dancer Jelko Yuresha donated this important and valuable collection to the museum and the city of Zagreb as a whole
Composer, music producer and performing artist Nenad Bach was recognised for his forty years of work as an artist in the music industry and for his contribution to the music scene and promoting Croatian music abroad.
The prizes will be presented at a ceremony at Zagreb’s Sheraton hotel on the occasion of International Women’s Day.
Also in the latest issue read all about a visit by a Croatian delegation to our communities in Australia and New Zealand, the promotion of a collection of papers produced by the Second Croatian Diaspora Congress, the 43rd Annual Croatian Soccer Tournament in Canberra and much, much more.
The picture book is for children in the country and abroad, with translations into English, Italian, French, German and Spanish by Mate Maras and Viktor Žmegač.
An experimental physicist, member of The Academy of Europe and professor at one of the world’s largest universities, Paić was born in Paris and has lived in Zagreb. His research work has been cited some 43 thousand times.
Molizaiko 2, the second meeting of homeland and diaspora Croatians was organised by the Jedna Musica ethnic Croatian association of Kruč and the Mosaico Italo Croato association of Rome.
Everyone is invited to come to Blato on the 28th of October for an exhibition, tasting and the declaration of the winner of the 2017 Best Blato Lumblija Prize.