On November 9th, the "Hotel Yerevan" comedy by the Urartu Armenian Theater took place at the Veszprem Cultural House. Theater is a comedy story about Armenian family, in which events are developing in Budapest. The Armenian family names it Hotel Yerevan. It is also worth mentioning that the "Hotel Yerevan" Screenwriter is the Director of Urartu Theater Diramerian Artin. We can talk about "Hotel Yerevan" a lot, but the important thing is that the program has been of great interest to the audience. The play is in a comic genre that has helped the audience to relax and enjoy the theater. The "Hotel Yerevan" dramaturgy is exactly what can happen with all the Armenians living in the Diaspora. The goal of the Armenian Cultural Fund is to showcase the Armenians living in Hungary, Hungarians engaged in culture, and those who are interested in what kind of funny situations can happen to Diaspora Armenians.
"We believe that a good performance has been made and many people have been interested. There is a wish to present such events next year not only in Vessprem, but in the places where there are Armenian organizations or where there is a need to display Armenian culture. "
Director of Armenian Cultural Fund
PanARMENIAN.Net - American entrepreneur of Armenian descent Alexis Ohanian has teased a new "secret" Armenian project which he is set to unveil on Monday, November 12.
"It's almost time, my friends... Secret Armenian project unveiled tomorrow," Ohanian captioned a photo on Instagram on Sunday.
While it's unclear what exactly the Reddit co-founder will introduce this time, the photo he posted on social media depicts him seated in front of a table, with several bottles of of what appears to be some kind of alcoholic drink placed on it.
In a recent interview, Ohanian recalled a trip he took to Armenia back in 2010, saying that he “spent a few months in the motherland” and got back to his roots.
Ohanian's mother was born in Germany, while his father is the son of Armenian immigrants.
PanARMENIAN.Net - The Armenian team of Greco-Roman wrestlers has snatched two bronze medals at the World Championships in Budapest, Hungary.
Maksim Manukyan (82 kg) and Artur Shahinyan (87 kg) brought the medals home, while Olympic champion Artur Aleksanyan was unable to participate due to injury.
On November 11, the Budapest French Institute will host a grand ceremony to commemorate the Great Chansonie Charles Aznavour, organized by the Armenian Diaspora in Budapest, in which Urartu Armenian theatre will take part. Aznavour was a prominent French-Armenian singer, songwriter, writer, filmmaker and public figure, who also was the Armenian ambassador to Switzerland since May 2009 and Armenia's permanent representative to the UN Office in Geneva and other international organizations