If you consider yourself a film fan, you shouldn’t miss this international film festival, which happens every year in the Czech Republic. Read more about the history of this event and other interesting information in this post.
First, on June 12th, I went to the Grand Opening English stand-up comedy at Metro Music & Bar. This show, produced by Dominik Ozdian, is already very popular in Prague. Indeed, according to I heard, the Prague audience was really receptive to those comedians jokes. This show that provoke more and more interest among the Expats community, was amazing!
The International School of Brno is an institution that provides students from kindergarten to grade 10 (and soon 11th and 12th) from all over the world with the education and skills to be committed, lifelong, and successful learners. We stopped by ISB for an exclusive tour and an interview with the General Coordinator. Check out what ISB offers students, the community, and what we talked about during our interview.
My decision to come in Czech Republic was a last minute decision. I’m supposed to be in the UK right now. Indeed, few months ago, I was looking for an internship abroad and all know how it is difficult to find a company that will suit you and will accept to take you for just 5 months. I never thought about coming here because it didn’t really attracted before. But when I’ve been the opportunity to come here, I did have a moment of hesitation. So I made some research before saying anything talk with one of my friends that lived in Prague during a few months. I have been given the answers that I needed to take my decision.