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Contents of issue May 2010

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Exhibition Review
Hand-made going self-made. Art to the People of the Night! The Tretyakov Gallery presents...
The Chekhov International Theatre Festival
The 9th Chekhov International Theatre Festival starts in Moscow on May 25.
May Theatre Review
Marriage. The Hen Club (Devichnik). Five evenings.

Russian Language
How to drink with the best of them.

The 1970s continued
Continued from the part one in the April issue of Passport
Book Review

Summer Dachas
Country Life.

A Fashionable Education.
Osman Yousefzada
British design talent, Osman Yousefzada Wows Russian Fashion Week.

David Ford
David Fords Life Saved in Moscow.
Gourmet Moscow
French Creativity Despite the Weather!
Real Estate

Spring has come, and this means that the summer season is coming soon; it is a time to move out of town.

If theres one country in the world presently making the global headlines for all the wrong reasons, its Yemen.

Another Lisa & Friends Story
The Owl and the Pussy-Cat.
Puzzles and Games
Puzzles compiled by Ross Hunter.

Childrens Football at Luzhniki
Like many Moscow visitors, I first saw Luzhniki Park and Stadium from the panoramic view above it.

New Zealand Wines
Back to New Zealand.

The International Baccalaureate
Interview with Edward Parker.
Restaurant Review

Asia Hall
Unfortunately, I had to pass up about five invitations to Asia Hall from Publisher John Ortega during the past month.

Deidre Dares
Expats and Russians alike ask celebrity columnist Deidre Dare questions about life in Moscow.
Getting Round the anti Ex-pat Firewall.
Out and About

William Brumfield Honoured
Professor Brumfields forty years of visiting Russia.
Art Collectors Diner
Collectors dinner held to inaugurate exhibition of paintings from Russian private collections in the Heritage gallery in March.
Traditional Japanese Sushi Demonstration
At the end of March in the Residence of the Japanese Ambassador to Russia, Mr. Bunshiro Hirano gave an audience of about 60 people from the Asia Pacific Womens Group a master-class on sushi making.

This new series looks at Russian history year by year, from 1986.
Hitler and Stalin
The Realities Remembered.
Consumerism (II)
The consumer boom of the past decade, conspicuous consumption and the controversial issue of the middle-class in modern Russia was in focus in the first part of this article (April 2010).

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