My work took me to Bulgaria for the first time – and perhaps the last.
In Bulgaria, people associate tea with below zero degrees and bad colds. Still, the properties of Camellia Sinensis, otherwise known as Chai or Chinese tea, can be useful not only during the winter.
"There are many hypotheses. What we know at the moment is that they are gone."
Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov on why "Galevi Brothers" from Dupnitsa disappeared after being convicted on organised crime charges
Bulgaria's fame as a tourist destination is about to surpass Europe. The Bulgarian-Indian Tourist Forum is another proof of that – the business gathering presented Bulgaria's potential for tourism and leisure.
A first-class company celebrating in style – that was the idea behind Unique Estate's party on 16 May that marked one year since the opening of the new office for the high-quality property company.
Belgian artist Marie-Chantal Biela certainly has a lot to show for the four years she has spent in Bulgaria, and she collects all of it in her exhibition The Bulgarian Years.
Great music and great performers form a divine experience – get the proof of this in the rarely-heard selection of Italian Renaissance choir music in a sublime performance by the National Philharmonic Choir, part of the Sofia Philharmonics, on 12 May.
"In the Scandinavian countries, they shoot themselves because they are very happy. 70-80 people shot dead, just out of happiness. They have the highest number of suicides and alcoholism. God forbid Bulgaria become like the United States, where seven or eight students are shot every month. God forbid!"
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on the rock-bottom place of Bulgaria in the World Happiness Report