Foreigners and the Czech Republic
Expat fair promises to show foreigners why Brno is a cool place to live
‘Prepare to give birth in Brno' and ‘50 ways to leave your lover but stay in the Czech Republic’ – those are some of the kinds of talks you might hear at Brno's Expat Fair.
13:50War in Ukraine
A year on: Ukrainian refugees still welcome in Czechia
Since the war in Ukraine began, Czechia has given asylum to nearly half a million Ukrainian refugees. What is the volunteer morale like a year on?
Paul Dubsky: ‘90s Prague was a Petri dish for budding entrepreneurs like myself
Unlike the majority of the Westerners who moved to Prague in the early 1990s, Paul Dubsky was still in his teens at the time. He now has a fascinating new whiskey business.
Chef Adina Biguine on creating Prague-inspired cakes
Adina Biguine is an executive pastry chef at Prague’s Café Milléme which has become known for its wide variety of international flavour fusions.
A taste of Jamaica in Prague
While Asian and Indian restaurants continue to pop up in Prague, Carribean food, specifically Jamaican cuisine, is rare. But you can get it, if you know where to go.
Why students from outside the EU struggle to find accommodation in Prague
Czechia has become an increasingly popular destination for foreign students from around the world, but finding a place to live is not always easy .
Czech municipal elections: How foreigners can register to vote
Municipal council elections are taking place in Czechia next Friday and Saturday and it’s not just Czechs who are eligible to vote but EU citizens too.
Foreign dog owners say having a dog changed their experience of living in Czechia
26 August is International Dog Day – and in celebration, RPI spoke to foreigners who have dogs about what it’s like living with a canine companion in Czechia.
04:07War in Ukraine
“We feel safer here”: Ukrainian refugees on living in Czechia six months after invasion
Czech Radio asked several Ukrainian refugees why they moved to Czechia and what it's like to live in the country.
Report: Foreigners make up increasingly larger share of Czech population
The number of foreigners living in Czechia has risen by nearly a third over the past five years, according to a newly published Migration Status Report for 2021.
Small is beautiful – why British students are choosing to study Czech
The University of Sheffield in northern England has a surprising feather in its cap – it has the most students learning Czech out of any UK university.
Loretta Lau: Raising a Voice for Hong Kong and Others in Prague 7
Part art gallery, part café and part community space, Prague 7's NGO DEI is closing this July. It's director, Loretta Lau, spoke to Kevin Loo about its purpose and future.
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