Monthly Archives: February 2013
Finland, which was once called by the BBC, an “education superpower” is gathering a lot of fans and quite a buzz. Indeed, it’s international educational scores are nowadays only matched by South Korea on the Programme for International Student Assessment … Continue reading
Where my research on Cafés as hubs of human interactions unfolds: Helsinki’s Café Esplanad. Where young nervous couples have their first dates, where new immigrants meet to share with passion the latest news from their home country, where young … Continue reading
I am so thrilled to have snatched last minute tickets to see at Helsinki’s Opera tonight the dance piece In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated by one of my favourite artists ever, dancer and choreographer William Forsythe. I first saw his work Eidos:Telos … Continue reading
Can’t wait to see Oscar winning documentary Searching for Sugar Man. It seems to offer keys on how to create a enigmatic film around a character who is no longer alive.
Landing in pretty medieval Talinn for a weekend research getaway, we found ourselves by total coincidence in the middle of the celebrations of Estonia’s National Independence Day. Fascinating to see the pride in the eyes of a young population who … Continue reading