I have been visiting some Armenian schools as part of my job as a PR and Content manager. We visited 7 schools in rural areas; towns and villages near the Armenian-Turkish border. The aim of our visits was to talk to high school students and to tell them about the opportunities in the IT sphere … More Random Thoughts about Life in Armenia
The number of blogs and bloggers rises day by day and it’s not me saying it, it’s the numbers; let’s look at them: Nearly 7 million people blog on blogging sites 12 million people blog through social networks There are 31% more bloggers today in comparison with those 3 years ago Around 23% of total … More How to Blog Ethically Correct?
When I was a child, I thought a typical Caucasian man was like the Cossacks (Russian – казаки) in the famous Russian cartoon. Though I now know that Cossacks have nothing to do with the Caucasians, I cannot help thinking they look so similar to each other. Well, the mustache and the hairy body speak … More Top 5 Things Armenian/Caucasian Men Do
While many people may say life in villages is dull and boring, I will deny it by bringing a nice example of the village I myself live in. A post-Soviet village as it is, Taperakan has suffered rather hard times both economically and culturally. I could, of course, organize a virtual tour of the village … More The Cultural Revival of a Tiny Armenian Village
Recently, I have read an article on Georgian and Azerbaijani fashion tendencies among young people. So I thought why not follow up with a brief review of Armenian fashion and beauty trends of these days. Well, in Armenia (and mostly in Yerevan) you can see too many different things mixed together. Outfit to schools and … More Fashion in the Armenian Way