1989 and 2019 in Prague and Beijing. From Sinopsis.
In the face of massive street demonstrations, the Czech prime minister must be hoping that the holidays bring the warm winds of apathy.
They grew up in institutions where sexuality was punished and suppressed with drugs. Or they’ve remained involuntarily single. But the disabled too have sexual needs.
One YouTuber’s journey to inform Czech youth, stay true to his identity, and remain relevant online.
Despite threats to free movement across Europe, there are still cities for European millennials to consider moving to, and Prague ranks second.
As they celebrate their 50th anniversary, legendary Czech band Plastic People of the Universe continue to play and live through their music that helped topple communism.
As the 30th anniversary of 1989’s anti-communist revolution approaches later this year, many young Czechs will likely wonder what all the commotion is about.
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