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My life in Russia: Joy Womack from California, USA
Made by Maxim Maximov, Ilaria Kantorova, Alexander Kabanov Find out more here: http://rbth.com/multimedia/2015/03/20/mlr-joy Born in California she began attending the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in 2009 after Academy teachers noticed her at that year's summer intensive. In 2009, at the age of 15, she became the first American ever accepted into the Russian ballet company, the most storied in the world, where she had aspired to dance since childhood.
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Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel in the Moscow Metro
Our new series “Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel” continues to unravel all the country's mysteries for the interested foreigners. In this episode Tim will show you how to use Moscow’s world-famous subway system. Watch more - http://rbth.com
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How to shop in the grocery shop in Russia?
Our new series “Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel” tries to unravel all the country's mysteries for the interested foreigners. This issue tells on the integral point of every Russian’s everyday life: grocery shopping at the one of the most common store chains: Pyaterochka. In the whole, store chains in Russia look much in common with those abroad. But they do have some signature features that remain a puzzle for any visiting foreigner. What does the Russia’s most common store chain look like, how to shop there, how to choose the best products, what products to choose (and what you should never ever choose!), some price tips and more — we try to provide you with every useful tip. Stay tuned and don’t forget to send us your questions: we are eager to answer them in our new series “Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel”. http://rbth.com
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Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel on suburban trains
Our new series “Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel” continues to unravel all the country's mysteries for the interested foreigners. Our third issue describes one of the most essential Russian public transport systems: electric suburban trains. http://rbth.com
Views: 17262 RUSSIA BEYOND
My life in Russia: Candace N. Parker from Los Angeles, USA
"My life in Russia" is a vdeo blog about English-speaking expats living in Russia. They'll tell about their everyday life, friendship, jobs and hobbies - about everything that help them to adjust to Russian habits. Credit: Ricardo Marquina Read more about Russia: http://rbth.ru
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Expats talk about their experience of living with a RUSSIAN
What it takes to be married to a Russian? Subscribe to our channel - http://bit.ly/subscribe-russia-beyond We talked to people married to Russians about what their experience is like: Who is wearing pants? Who's responsible for budget? Are Russian wives cooking well? Our thanks to: Maxwell Jackson (New Zealand) – Natasha Maxwell-Jackson Huge Mak Enani (Ireland) – Olga Mak Enani Hakan Danielsson (Sweden) – Natalia Danielsson Damien Remy (France) - Anna Fedotova Leila R Tiu (Philippines) – Pavel Gaponov Panca Syurkani (Indonesia) - Alyona Tikhonova Watch more to understand Russians: Russian drinking toasts: What to say, when to say them, and how often - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eotj0... How to celebrate Orthodox Easter, colour and play eggs, what is paskha and did Soviets celebrate it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Kwm7... Dating a Russian woman: Money, over feeding, domination, spying and marriage - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVTei... 7 tips to get on well with your "tyoscha" - Russian mother-in-law - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1R0AR2Ju0yQ Follow Russia Beyond on Facebook: https://goo.gl/CLmb1q Or Twitter: https://goo.gl/zon8bw
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Russia: Tips, Tricks & Travel: The Etiquette of Shaking Hands
Our new series “Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel” takes a look at this often ignored, but very important and completely omnipresent Russian gentleman’s tradition that still lives to this day. https://www.rbth.com
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How Moscow's metro grew in 82 years.
Moscow's underground was opened in 1935 with one line and just 13 stations. Now it has almost 247 and transports a few million people every day. https://www.rbth.com
‘The Russian bagel’: Why the Tor-M2U air defense system is a class apart
The Tor-M2U air defense system, which some experts say is named in honor of the Norse god of thunder and lightning Thor, will be one of the main machines to feature in the May 9 parade on Moscow’s Red Square. The system is designed to destroy enemy weapons at short range as they fly towards their target at a radius of 15 kilometers (9.3 miles). Video courtesy of the Izhevsk Kupol factory.
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My life in Russia: Derrick Brown from Oakland , USA
Derrick Paul Brown is an American professional basketball player who plays for Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar of the Russian Professional Basketball League. Read more: http://rbth.ru/31829 Credit: Ricardo Marquina, RBTH
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Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel: Down time at the ‘dacha’
Saunas, BBQs, gardening, and plenty of mosquitos Our series, “Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel” continues to show you what really happens in Russia. In this episode, Tim takes a brief trip outside the city to show you how Russians often spend their weekend – at the ‘dacha.’ https://www.rbth.com/
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Moskva očima Franke Batelić
Talentirana Hrvatica puno vremena provodi u Moskvi. Urednica RBTH Hrvatske je Franku pronašla u centru Moskve i iznenadila se savršenom ruskom koji govori Franka Batelić. Pogledajte o čemu su razgovarale!
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My life in Russia: An American NASA astronaut Daniel C. Burbank
On the eve of World Cosmonauts Day (April 12), an American NASA astronaut Daniel C. Burbank showed RBTH around the Gagarin Research and Test Cosmonaut Training Center in Zvyozdny gorodok (‘Star city’), 16 miles from Moscow. Find more info here: http://rbth.com/multimedia/video/2016/04/11/my-life-in-russiadaniel-c-burbank-from-manchester-connecticut_583657
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Big Guns: President Guards’ Sniper Rifle vs. Train Rail
Find Nikolay's battle gear «5.45 Design» on allmulticam.ru -------------------- Follow Russia Beyond on: Website: www.rbth.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/russiabeyond -------------------- Follow Nikolay on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nlitovkin/ VK: https://vk.com/id135016793 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nlitovkin
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The 5 most difficult things about learning Russian / Learn about Russian
In the 1st episode of Learn about Russian Bridget talks about cases, verbs of motion, prefixes, imperfective and perfective verbs and pronounciation Subscribe to our channel if you want learn more about Russian - http://bit.ly/subscribe-russia-beyond Link to Bridget's Youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqILnGzWyjqnPFqS2e1yVWQ 0:23 - Russian has 6 cases! 0:28 - In English, the word order is stable: I saw him. He saw me.  0:45 - List of cases Nominative (Именительный),  Genitive (Родительный),  Dative (Дательный),  Accusative (Винительный),  Instrumental (Творительный),  Prepositional (Предложный) 0:51 - In Russian, word order can change because of cases, and the meaning remains unchanged! 1:17 - 2. Imperfective vs Perfective verbs 1:21 - Is the action complete or not?  1:30 - Verbs come in pairs, like:  1:35 - отвечать (что делать?) and ответить (что сделать?) = to answer 1:40 - читать (что делать?) and прочитать (что сделать?) = to read 1:46 - Yesterday I read a book. "Вчера я читал книгу" or "Вчера я прочитал/дочитал книгу" 2:10 - 3. Verbs of motion 2:29 - You always need to specify 2:52 - 4. Prefixes  3:01 - They are added to words to specify their meaning.  3:11 - Towards (под-ходить), away from (от-ходить, у-ходить), through (про-ходить), into (в-ходить), out of (вы-ходить), etc. 3:21 - 5. Pronunciation 3:26 - You can pronounce a Russian word as it's spelt, as long as you know the stress 3:40 - Tricky sounds 3:42 - Ы: мы (we), вы (you plural), ты (you singular) 3:52 - Ь (мягкий знак) is not pronounced, but modifies other sounds. 3:57 - Брат (brother) is not the same as брать (to take) 4:18 - Learning Russian will make your brain smarter!
Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel - lunch in Moscow.
Looking for something to eat in Moscow? Our series, “Russia: Tips, Tricks and Travel” shows what life is really like in Russia. In this episode we picked three places for every wallet in case you want to eat something in the center of Moscow.
Big Guns - Deadpool might get new Russian Sniper Rifle
In this episode, Nikolay Litovkin tests a brand new rifle made for Russia’s Special Ops, which is rumored to feature in the new action-packed film. https://www.rbth.com Find Nikolay's battle gear «5.45 Design» on allmulticam.ru -------------------- Follow Russia Beyond on: Website: www.rbth.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/russiabeyond -------------------- Follow Nikolay on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nlitovkin/ VK: https://vk.com/id135016793 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nlitovkin
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Accept your ignorance: 8 tips from Mary Hobson on how to master Russian to translate classics
Mary Hobson, 91-year-old translator and writer started learning Russian at 56 and now translates Pushkin and Tolstoy. She's given away her tips on how to master Russian, even beyond your 50s. Британская переводчица Пушкина и Толстого Мэри Хобсон рассказала Russia Beyond о том, как можно выучить язык с нуля даже если тебе за 50.
Russia: Tips, Tricks & Travel getting a tourist visa
In this episode of our new series “Russia: Tips, Tricks & Travel” we’ll show you how to break the enigma that is getting a tourist visa. Russian bureaucracy is legendary, and for good reason - it can be an absolute nightmare. However, if you know what to do, getting a tourist visa to visit Russia is easy. The problem is finding out what to do. In this episode our host Tim Kirby (who has experienced his fair share of Russian red tape) has scoured the Internet and made all the right calls to the right people to show you how to get through this relatively simple but vague process. Don’t forget to watch our previous episode about how to use the Moscow Metro. Watch more - www.rbth.com
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Igor Moiseyev Ensemble Repetition Backstage
Seeing the number 80 on this season's posters for the Igor Moiseyev Folk Dance Ensemble is almost confusing. The ensemble, which was founded 80 years ago, feels like an institution, one that has been around forever — almost like the Bolshoi Theater or the Hermitage Museum. Longread: http://rbth.com/longreads/moiseyev-folk-dance/
My life in Russia: Alexandra Belliveau from Rochester, NY, USA
"My life in Russia" is a video blog about expats living in Russia. http://rbth.com/multimedia/video/2016/03/10/my-life-in-russia-alexandra-belliveau-from-upstate-new-york-usa_574505
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Nizhny Novgorod, Russia on $100. Racecars, History and Giant Cookies
In this episode of Russia: Tips, Tricks & Travel, Tim is visiting the ancient city of Nizhny Novgorod with $100 in his pocket. The word “Nizhny” means “lesser” or “lower” but this great place is lesser to no other city! In order to get here from Moscow Tim hops on the “Strizh” high-speed train which cruises at 90mph. He then gets on the local subway system to drop his stuff off at the surprisingly clean Nice Hostel NN. Hunger then overtakes him and he goes to get what is considered “the best shawarma (doner) in Russia.” With his protrusive belly full Tim then goes to take in the sights of the historic local Kremlin. From there it’s a quick walk to one of the largest staircases in the world, the Chkalovskaya, which leads down to the river and provides an unforgettable view. Next Tim must get over his fear of heights to ride a cable car (the Nizhegorodskie Ropeways) across the river and as the sun sets he stops for an amazing bar-style dinner at Seledkaicoffee, the name of which sounds not so great in English. Waking up the next day, Tim goes to the Nring race track to test out a custom race car, the stock base of which was made with pride in the region. Then Tim buys a legendary praynik cookie (biscuit) to take home from Tea and Gingerbread located downtown. Please, like, share and subscribe to support our project! The more subscribers we get the more of Russia we can bring to you! Nizhny Novgorod Metro http://metronn.ru Nice Hostel NN http://nicehostel-nn.ru/rooms.htm Shaurma -https://www.instagram.com/ta_samaya_shaurma_na_srednom/ Nizhegorodsky Kremlin - http://www.ngiamz.ru/filialy/nizhegorodskij-kreml/bilety.html Kremlin Cafe - http://www.kremlinstol.ru Nizhegorodskie Ropeways - http://nnkd.ru Seledkaicoffee - https://www.instagram.comseledkaicoffee Nizhny Novgorod Racetrack (The Nring) - http://www.nring.ru Souvenir shop "Tea and gingerbread" - https://www.instagram.com/chaiprianik/
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Provincial flea market invites to experience the unrefined Russian life
The flea market at the Saltykovskaya train station (the town of Balashikha), which is located 9 km east from Moscow, is held every Sunday. The locals are coming to sell a great variety of stuff, from used kitschen utensils and retro electronic devises to musical instruments, notalgic badges and posters from the Soviet times. Read more: rbth.ru/27623 Credit: Alexey Mosko, RBTH
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Russia Explained - Why do some Russians look Asian?
If you've ever been to Russia, you may have noticed that not all of us are Slavic-looking - this is why.
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Russia's 'food Renaissance': Farmer creates cheese for Putin
Oleg Sirota discusses the difficulties of cheese-making in Russia and how he’s cashing in on the public’s taste for different types including Parmesan and Bergkäse.
The art of being a Russian farmer
John Kopiski is a British-born business executive who came to Moscow for a 3-day business trip and ended up staying for more than 20 years. “I arrived here in December 1991. I went to some import-export companies, two bars, a hotel and Old Arbat (a street in central Moscow). And in this brief period I felt that I could start a new life here. Not a new business, a new life.” Mr. Kopiski became the second British citizen to obtain Russian citizenship in 1993. He became an Orthodox shortly after. Soon after he settled in Russia Mr Kopiski decided to shift his career from coal trading to farming. He invested almost all his savings – several million pounds – into a project to rebuild a ruined collective farm near Vladimir, an ancient town located roughly 115 miles south-east of Moscow. “Whenever we had spare money we helped the church, particularly in Vladimir. And just over 10 years ago the abbess of Murom Monastery was tasked with reopening a monastery very close by, in Pokrov. And we suggested that they could use this place as their farm. But when the abbess saw it, she said it was too big for her, but my wife and I liked the place and the life here. So we started farming.”
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Sochi, Russia on $100. Mountains, Jeeps and Markets.
Palm trees in Russia? Yes, (Olympic) Sochi is a truly unique part of the country and we will show you everything the locals recommended we do, see, and taste inside and around this wonderful city. Our host Tim will blaze through the Caucasus by jeep, go swimming in cool autumn weather, and rent the cheapest yacht that rubles can buy. https://www.rbth.com Special thanks to: 💳 Запорожец Heritage - host's clothing http://bit.ly/2kr0gfk 🏠 Sunny Sochi Hostel http://bit.ly/2zMDlly ℹ️ Tribal Trout Farm Adler http://bit.ly/2Ajn7xs 🏩 Zhemchuzhina Grand Hotel http://bit.ly/2AFw5rO 🏨 Rosa Khutor http://bit.ly/2Bl8j0f 🚓 Old Boys Guest Hous http://bit.ly/2hXB0sv ℹ️ Sochi Park http://bit.ly/2AdsOPi ℹ️ Okean tur http://bit.ly/2Ag7bfl https://www.rbth.com
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Yekaterinburg for $100: Drive a T-34 and eat Siberian dumplings
Riding tanks, mixed martial arts, pounds of dumplings and fleeing bears. See everything that you can do for $100 in the tough Russian town of Yekaterinburg (https://www.rbth.com/). Special Thanks to: 💳 Запорожец Heritage - host's clothing - http://bit.ly/2CWPamY 🏨 Vysotsky - http://bit.ly/2CWUxmk 🏩 Boris Yeltsin Museum - http://bit.ly/2Bt28J1 ℹ️ Dyuzhina - http://bit.ly/2kdOfH2 ℹ️ Barbershop Kontora - http://bit.ly/2BsW972 ℹ️ RCC Boxing Promotion Ekaterinburg - http://bit.ly/2jairC7 🏠 Smart Apart - http://bit.ly/2oCFLy9 ℹ️ Press-Office UMMC - http://bit.ly/2jabwJ6 and Julia Shevelkina 🚓 UMMC Military Museum - http://bit.ly/2zkIX4C https://www.rbth.com/
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Russia Explained - 7 things foreigners shouldn't do in Russia
Russia isn't too different to other countries, but still we have our own laws and cultural peculiarities that you should know not to mess up on your trip. Subscribe to our channel - http://bit.ly/subscribe-russia-beyond Follow Russia Beyond on Facebook: https://goo.gl/CLmb1q Or Twitter: https://goo.gl/zon8bw
Korean ice skating champion on why he became Russian
One of the most accomplished short track speed skaters of all time, Victor Ahn gave an exclusive interview to RBTH. Read more: http://rbth.ru/25157 Credit: RBTH
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St. Petersburg, Russia on $100. Rooftops, Boat Rides and Secret Cafes.
The cultural capital of Russia awaits and Tim only has two days and $100 to show you all the food, attractions, and events recommended to us by the locals via Facebook. In this episode, Tim will celebrate New Year in autumn, take a (possibly) illegal tour, and eat pyshki - whatever they are. Our previous trip to Nizhny Novgorod ( https://www.rbth.com/travel/326257-russia-tips-tricks-travel-nizhny) was such a hit that we received endless requests to go all over Russia, but St. Petersburg was number one suggestion. With only $100 and two days, Tim will try to do as much as possible. Special thanks to: Doggy Dog https://www.instagram.com/doggydogspb/ Spb Roofer https://www.instagram.com/spbroofer/ Neva Trip https://nevatrip.ru/ Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines http://www.15kop.ru/en/ Restaurant Apteka http://www.ilovenevsky.ru/place/333 Purga Bar http://purga-club.ru/ Bike Tours http://peterswalk.com/tours/bike/ FC Zenit http://fc-zenit.ru/ Watch more - https://www.rbth.com/
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My life in Russia: Ramnik Kohli from New Delhi, India
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Russia Explained - What's it like to be invited to a Russian home? (Ultimate guide)
Russians love inviting guests to their homes. If you're invited - be prepared for weird traditions and hospitality galore. Anna will help you hone in on your "guest" skills. Subscribe to our channel - http://bit.ly/subscribe-russia-beyond 0:09 Don't turn up empty-handed 0:13 Flowers and wine - always great gifts 0:22 Ремонт (Repair work) 0:26 Take off your shoes 0:39 Something small for the kids is a nice gesture 0:58 Tour around the house 1:13 Personal towel for you 1:18 It isn’t obligatory to drink 1:23 Beware of generous servings! 1:28 Fill up the ladies' glasses 1:35 We always open guests gifts 2:18 The host will be clean the house by him/herself 2:21 When should you leave? 2:32 What's the occasion? Follow Russia Beyond on Facebook: https://goo.gl/CLmb1q Or Twitter: https://goo.gl/zon8bw
Advanced Russian weaponry rolls through Red Square in Victory Day parade
More than 10,000 troops accompanied by military hardware marched across Moscow’s central square on May 9. Unfortunately, cloudy weather meant the ceremonial flyovers had to be canceled. Watch more - https://rbth.com
Russia: Tips, Tricks & Travel - water issues
In this episode of our new series “Russia: Tips, Tricks & Travel” we’ll see if you can drink from the tap and find out what to do when your hot water is turned off in summer.
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Russia: Tips, Tricks & Travel: Public bicycles
In this episode of our new series “Russia: Tips, Tricks & Travel” we’ll show you how to zip around Moscow by renting a public bike. In this episode Tim has been very busy on his computer...scrolling through Facebook, and now he has just 40 minutes to get to the U.S. Embassy for a new passport - but will he make it before it closes? Since the streets are clogged with traffic and the Metro is far away he only has one option: Figuring out how to rent and use a public bicycle
My life in Russia: Bobby Rome from Virginia, USA
Bobby Rome is a professional football player from Virginia, USA. For several years, Bobby has been living in St. Petersburg playing for St. Petersburg’s “Vikings”.
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Uzbek Pilaf TUTORIAL
The preparation of pilaf — as any centrepiece of national cuisine and social life — consists of many details, without which everything falls apart and becomes meaningless. Find the full recipe here: http://rbth.com/40081 Russian Kitchen Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/therussiankitchen/
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Modern Cossacks as new Russian Spartans
Today in the village of Alexandrovskaya, the male population, young and old, masterfully handle a sword and whip. Children gain their initiation into Cossack culture in classes at local sports schools. RBTH's correspondent spent some time in one of these schools and found out how 21st-century Cossacks live. Credit: Ricardo Marquina Read more: http://www.rbth.ru/30729
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Kazan, Russia on $100. Foobtall, Big Eats and Cheerleaders.
Kazan is Russia’s third capital and is dotted with brand new stadiums, fine architecture, and fun things to do. Tim only has two days and $100 to show you all the food, attractions, and events recommended to us by Kazan's locals. In this episode, Tim will learn how to make a Tatar culinary treat, steal things from the local team’s locker room, and “dance” with the most beautiful ladies in town! https://www.rbth.com Special Thanks to Запорожец Heritage - host's clothing https://www.instagram.com/zaporojec_heritage/ JSC "Sodruzhestvo" https://sodruzhestvoppk.ru/ Kvartirakzn24 https://www.instagram.com/kvartirakzn24/ Tubatay http://tubatay.com/ Kazan Arena Stadium http://kazanarena.com Soviet Lifestyle Museum https://vk.com/muzeisb Khinkalnaya http://kafekhinkalnaya.ru/kazan/ The House of Tatar cuisine http://www.domtk.com/ Kazan Kremlin http://kazan-kremlin.ru/ Chak-Chak Museum https://www.muzeino.ru/ Dance Group Zenit Kazan https://www.instagram.com/dance_group_zenit_dinamo/ VC Zenit Kazan http://www.zenit-kazan.com/eng/
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My Life in Russia: Imanni Burg from Pennsylvania, USA
Imanni Burg has been living in Russia for 4 years. She moved to Moscow when her husband was invited to teach at the Higher School of Economics. Back in the United States, Imanni worked for various social organizations, so on arriving in Moscow she joined MPC Social Services. MPC stands for Moscow Protestant Chaplaincy, founded in 1962 and providing social services since 1991. As a development director at MPC Social Services, Imanni is in charge of launching new social programs, such as food and medical aid, as well as Russian language classes for foreigners. Imanni’s schedule looks hectic, but she seems to enjoy it: “For people who know they're here for two years, say, it’s all about counting down the time. I really like being here in a more open-ended way, because it means I can immerse myself every day and live my life in Moscow to the full,” she says.
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The Russian face of Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes had time to put in an appearance on British, American and other screens across the world since the cinema began. Russia and the Soviet Union hold their own in this competition. Find out more: http://rbth.com/43953
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Russian Rides: UAZ Pickup
In this episode of Russian Rides Tim will go off the beaten trail to test out a pickup truck called (rather logically) the UAZ Pickup. Can this Russian four-wheel drive beast conquer abandoned village roads or does vehicle size not equal off road ability? Can you really get a good king cab pickup truck for under $15,000? Click "play" and find out! http://rbth.com/
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BigGuns: AK-12 Testing
The AK-12 is a new assault rifle created to become the main weapon of Russia's infantry for decades to come. Nikolai Litovkin, RBTH's Defense Editor, will test the gun that has never been seen by the masses or even gun experts around the globe. Watch more - https://www.rbth.com
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My life in Russia: Sidney Divine from Alaska, USA
Sidney came to Russia in search of language practice and new impressions: "Even if you return home after staying in Russia, the skills you acquire here will be useful for adopting to anything anywhere". Read more: http://rbth.ru/tag/my+life+in+russia Credit: Ricardo Marquina
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My life in Russia: Hugh Mc Enaney from Dublin
We spent a day with Hugh, an Irishman who found his second home in Moscow. He moved to the Russian capital six years ago. Credit: Ricardo Marquina Montanana
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Russia Explained - When Hollywood does Russia, and fails
When will Hollywood filmmakers learn how to spell Russian words and check facts? Subscribe to our channel - http://bit.ly/subscribe-russia-beyond Follow Russia Beyond on Facebook: https://goo.gl/CLmb1q Or Twitter: https://goo.gl/zon8bw
Russia Explained - Dating a Russian woman: Money, over feeding, domination, spying and marriage
In this episode, Ania will tell you, what you should know before dating a Russian girl Subscribe to our channel - http://bit.ly/subscribe-russia-beyond Disclaimer: don't take this video too serious. Dating a Russian woman is an unforgettable experience :) Watch more videos that will help you understand Russians: Russian drinking toasts: What to say, when to say them, and how often - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eotj0EeepoQ&t=1s How to celebrate Orthodox Easter, colour and play eggs, what is paskha and did Soviets celebrate it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Kwm7YxwtRo Kefir&Valenki show #1 - Russian ushanka hat, green winter, winter coats and refrigerator for fur - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5lxkHJC1x0 Follow Russia Beyond on Facebook: https://goo.gl/CLmb1q Or Twitter: https://goo.gl/zon8bw
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