In the name of Hitler
Shanghai - Rolls Royce generation
They are the new Chinese entrepreneurs. Young, bright, lovers of luxury, they refuse the past (that is, politics) and look at the future with managerial grit. Boasting U.S. University degrees and European girlfriends. To settle they chose Shanghai, the New York of the East, an ambitious, cosmopolitan city far from the murky Beijing of the Communist politburo. They, the honest Chinese goodfellas (f
A 23 years old girl was gang raped by six men on a bus in Delhi suburbs. The injuries she reported were so dramatic she died after two weeks in December 2012. Instead of hiding her tragedy, her family demanded openly justice and forced India to become aware of this latent problem. Violence against women has never been so evident.
Media now focus on gender-based violence and people ask t
Ebola - Third Millennium plague
The new principles that regulate social relations in Monrovia are simple: if you touch the wrong person, you die. Touch the person who has touched the wrong person, you die. Get on the wrong taxi, you die. You distractingly scratch your eye or light a cigarette with the hand that has touched the wrong thing or person, and you die.
Ebola is a treacherous enemy because it is invisible, h
In Spain, according to a study by the Spanish Society of Cardiology, the ratio of people with morbid obesity soared by more than 200 percent in the past decade. This is a serious public health problem that surely will increase if effective interventions are not made. In most cases morbid obesity is due to a lack of education and a social culture where food is very poor in quality. According to man
Last call of the Great Wall
This is a 4,000-miles cycling journey along the Great Wall of China, from Dunhuang (Gansu province) across the desert of Xinjiang up to Dandong (Liaoning province) near the border with North Korea; three months spent on a bike through Northern China's mainland.
The Great Wall passes through several provinces: Gansu, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia, Hebei and Liaoning, finally r
Malanka is a thousands of years old Ukrainian and Romanian traditional festival with unknown origin, most probably of pre -Christian times. Despite the critical situation in the country, fighting to preserve a political and social identity, this ancient tradition continues. Malanka festival is in fact celebrated every time at the beginning of the New Year according to the Julian calendar which siz
The right to health is universal, yet health is a right often denied. For many, it is simply too far away to be reached easily. Millions of people all over the world are forced to take long and sometimes excruciating trips to access the medical assistance which is not available in their city or country, either because too expensive for their pockets, because it is not readily accessible or because
Journey of a life
If you are sick and need bone marrow transplant to survive, there is a chance in over 100,000 that you will find a compatible donor somewhere in the world. When a batch of bone marrow is extracted from a donor, there are only 24-36 hours before it can be safely implanted in the recipient patient. Because of the marrow's limited lifespan once outside the body, and the patient's preparation procedur