Category Reportage

Mental health matters

Mental health is the state of the mind. It is essential for general well-being and for a quality life. Being in good mental health means finding a balance between all aspects of existence: the physical, psychological, spiritual, social and economic. Mental health therefore means much more than simply the absence of mental illness.

Plastic – you are banned!

On the 3rd of July 2021, the ban on using single-use plastic came into effect in the EU. The European Parliament’s ban aims to prevent and reduce the impact of plastic products on the environment, especially sea life. Is it finally time for a change?

Starlink is about to bind everyone together

Have you ever heard about Starlink? It is the name of the project, conceived by Elon Musk a few years ago only, which consists of providing global satellite internet service across the globe in the long term. Next month, this aim will be nearly achieved, for the first time in human history, according to the […]

Break the Silence

KAWAII is a fashion style in Japan that spread itself through anime and manga; therefore, you can now find this type of fashion worldwide. With the popularity of this, a new style or subculture was born, YAMI KAWAII. On the first hand, it’s just like KAWAII, with a darker twist to it, but there is […]

Flying AirCar: Fasten your seatbelts!

A flying car has completed its first inter-city flight in Slovakia on the 28th of June 2021; a milestone its creators claim is “turning science fiction into a reality.” The flying “AirCar” designed by visionary Slovak designer Stefan Klein has completed an 80 km flight from Nitra to Bratislava in thirty-five minutes. Professor Stefan Klein, […]

The XXXII Olympic Games are ahead of us. What is their beginning?

“So, I raise a chalice for an Olympic idea which, like a ray of a powerful sun, broke through the mists of the ages and returns to throw the glow of joyful hope on the threshold of the twentieth century.” – these are words spoken over a hundred years ago by Pierre de Coubertin, the […]

Visually impaired and the pandemic: “I just want to stop it, to make it disappear”

The pandemic hasn’t been easy. Hugs became cold fist bumps, going out with friends became long hours on the phone, touching became forbidden, and disinfection and fear took over. Closeness disappeared, but some people felt it more than others. “It wasn’t good, I was pretty afraid,” shares Filip Velickovski, a 7th grader studying at Dimitar […]

In 15 minutes, you can save lives. Blood drive on the anniversary of earthquake

It does not cost much and can save a person’s life. Donating blood is becoming more and more popular in Macedonia. Once again, on the anniversary of the earthquake that took place in 1963, such an action was organized. In the Daily center for blood donation (Dare Dambaz building), representatives and Red Cross volunteers aimed […]

Does the language we speak change the way we think?

Several studies have collected scientific data that backs up the theory that yes, the language we speak can, in fact, change the way we think. But how? Different perceptions of space, time, colors, and how we see an object are among some examples of Lera Boroditsky’s research.

Starships are meant to fly

Space tourism has been existing since the 2000s with several missions organized by Virginia-based company Space Adventures reaching the International Space Station on Russian Soyuz spacecraft. However, times are changing as private companies are increasingly becoming part of this lucrative business, which creates opportunities that are beyond imagination. On the 2nd of June 2021, Houston-based […]

RUMI

“Come, come, wanderer, worshiper, lover of learning… It does not matter. Just come.” In this article, we will talk about Sufism, precisely about Rumi, who reached depths and insights of spirituality. His poems are interpreted according to the level of maturity of one individual. Who was Rumi? Jalaluddin Rumi, also known as Mawlana, was a […]