"A huge aspiration is what unites us"
The world champion in kickboxing Maxim Umrikhin - about life in the Far East, sport in the outback and Amur talents
"Literature begins when they publish books"
Writer Konstantin Dmitrienko about how you can earn preferences for literature in Vladivostok
"I was Neo in the official Matrix"
Pavel Shugurov explained why he goes to power and what this gives to street art in the Far East.
"Feed the eyes of beauty"
Why the writer and artist Lora Beloivan believes that everyone should have their own sea
"I feel like an Irkutsk, and only then - a cosmopolitan"
Entrepreneur Alexander Sobolev on charity and the role of hunger in creating his own business
Bloody Countess from Primorye and "pure Tarantino trash"
Diana Udovichenko writes detectives and mystical thrillers in which you can learn about Vladivostok
"Here you can be useful and in demand"
Director for Development of the "Capoeira Federation of Vladivostok" Daria Savina on why the Brazilian martial art is popular in Primorye
Supplies of jokes and fuels and lubricants
Blogger Daniil Shimko introduces the country to the Far East through memes
Legal herbs and art-provocations
Khabarovsk creates an audacious author's measure on what he sees around and grows under his feet
Reserve "Commander": love, poachers and cruise liners
In the bottomless Pacific Ocean on the volcanic ridge
"I love the city for its desperation"
Actress Maria Stratulat - about the unique project for Primorsky Krai and the special soul of Vladivostok
"In Moscow, we are talking with you" pn-se "- and this is very intimate!"
Film director Roman Ovseichuk about the Far Eastern memes, cultural codes and the struggle with the complex of the Khabarovsk provincial
"Increasing the attractiveness of the region is a feasible task"
Director of the School of Humanities FEFU Felix Azhimov on why young people come to study in Vladivostok
"There is such a clot of oxygen that any spark can cause an explosion"
Painter Vasily Krasyuk about why Vladivostok shock visitors and what is its authenticity
"We have something to say to people"
As residents of Komsomolsk-on-Amur began to make films about their native land
In the light genre of serious
Amursky writer Yevgeny Goncharov on the history of the east of Russia and resettlement campaigns
"In Vladivostok, you are the first - it's like raising virgin soil"
The head of literary projects and art director of the first modern city library "BUK" Olga Aristova on why in Vladivostok the youth have great prospects
"To live far from Moscow does not mean to remain unnoticed"
The Amur composer Fedor Vorobyov writes songs about his native places and close people and is not going anywhere
"Vladivostok has become closer to the body than the shirt"
Writer Vasily Avchenko told EastRussia why he will never leave Vladivostok