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Love for Armenian can’t be explained in words:

The Italian scholar who teaches old Armenian in Venice

February 20, 2018
Love for Armenian can’t be explained in words
As а native speaker of Armenian, it’s hard to imagine that people are capable of mastering your language so well as to perfectly speak, write and express themselves in Armenian. Conversing with Benedetta Contin, an Italian scholar who has put her heart and soul into learning the Armenian language, I was amazed at her ability to convey her thoughts in such a beautiful manner. Benedetta currently teaches old Armenian in Mekhitarist Congregation in Venice where Lord George Gordon Byron came in 1816 and immediately became fascinated by the beauty of the Armenian culture and language.

Yannis Simonides in Armenia:

A butterfly can make the world a better place

October 23, 2017
Yannis Simonides in Armenia
Actor and director born in Istanbul and raised in Athens, Yannis Simonides traipsed around the stage at the American University of Armenia barefoot, talking Socratic values, justice, love and human mortality.

Vili Galabova:

Armenia indigenous grape varieties have great export potential

September 18, 2017
Vili Galabova
On September 13-19, Vili Galabova, the international wine consultant of CBI Agency - The Centre for The Promotion of Imports - will be in Yerevan. With a more than 15-year experience in wine export, promotion, style, marketing and production, the consultant has once again visited Armenia to support the winemaking companies and structures, interested in the development of the industry.

Samvel Sukiasyan:

How to battle postnatal depression

July 24, 2017
Samvel Sukiasyan
To know whether postnatal depression is a psychological or mental disorder, to understand its causes and study the possibilities to find the way out, PanARMENIAN.Net talked to the head of Stress mental health center, professor Samvel Sukiasyan.

Armenian bodybuilding vice champion Levon Hovhannisyan:

Professional sports has nothing to do with healthy living

July 14, 2017
Armenian bodybuilding vice champion Levon Hovhannisyan
On May 24, 2017, Armenian National Federation of Bodybuilding held its traditional closed championship in bodybuilding, classic and beach bodybuilding, as well as fitness bikini. The winners and those coming in second seized the opportunity to represent Armenia at Black Sea Cup 2017 in Georgia.

Narine Abgaryan:

Longing is behind my every book

June 27, 2017
Narine Abgaryan
Famous Russia-based writer of Armenian origin Narine Abgaryan is the author of a number of popular books, including “Manyunya”, “Interloper”, “Zulali” and “Three Apples Fell from the Sky”. In an interview with PanARMENIAN.Net, she told about her favorite places in Armenia, attitude towards the Genocide issue, absence of romance in a writer’s routine and what she missed in Georgia.

Elena Barteneva:

Calling a child an idiot will make him such

June 21, 2017
Elena Barteneva
Pedagogic weakness and how it affects relations with the students, controversies in bringing up theories, creativity, freedom and adaptation to the society, truth and lies, as well as uselessness of shouting at the child – all this has become a topic of conversation with psychoanalyst, member of the Yerevan subsidiary of the New Lacanian School, head of the social and psychological service at Quantum college Elena Barteneva.

Vago Barseghyan:

Artbeep brings art enthusiasts closer to exquisite artwork

June 16, 2017
Vago Barseghyan
There has to be a way of acquiring high quality original art created by artists from around the world. And that is exactly why Artbeep – a platform that allows collectors and art enthusiasts to learn more about and buy art – was created. In an interview with PanARMENIAN.Net, co-founder Vago Barseghyan tells about the mission of the platform, the problems that the industry is facing and much more.

Hayk Harutyunyan:

Transition to solar energy to cost each family around $1500

June 14, 2017
Hayk Harutyunyan
How does the Armenian energy industry develop? Will the Nuclear Power Plant be closed? How much will it cost to provide an apartment with solar energy? To get answers to these and some other questions, PanARMENIAN.Net talked to Hayk Harutyunyan, the Deputy Minister of Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources.

Jens Peter Kolbeck, former chef to Queen of Denmark:

No one cooks better than mom

June 12, 2017
Jens Peter Kolbeck, former chef to Queen of Denmark
World famous Danish chef Jens Peter Kolbeck visited Armenia in May 2007 to attend Yerevan Wine Days. The career of the 70-year-old chef began with a world tour of the best kitchens. From Hamburg to the Savoy Hotel in London, Rome and Washington (where he worked for the Danish Embassy) and then to New York, he developed a rich panoply of experiences. From 1970 to 1974, he toured the best restaurants in France. When he returned to Denmark, Queen Margrethe she took him into her service.