The Caspian Sea – still alive tomorrow?

15th April 2011

The Caspian Sea is the largest enclosed body of water on earth and its cultural and ecological legacy is of a priceless value to humanity. It is one of the most sensitive ecological systems in our hemisphere and the birthplace of one of the most wonderful fish species there is – the sturgeon. Unfo...
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A matter of taste

8th April 2011

When I eat caviar, I don’t think of it as fish eggs. Who does, ruins it. For thinking of caviar in terms of fish eggs, is like speaking of a kiss as a tongue-check and exchange of saliva. It demystifies the experience. It kills the passion and the spark of a particular moment. The remains are hard fac...
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Shortcut to a woman’s heart

4th April 2011

When Mel Gibson read Helen Hunt’s thoughts and thus reacted accordingly before she’d even finished thinking, in the eyes of many a man he became a hero. For the woman’s brain is one of the best kept secrets in the world. Nevertheless, there have been a few moments of clarity regarding this subjec...
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