Stories about Poland from April, 2008
Polandian reports on Prince Charles’ visit to Poland.
The beatroot writes about this year's Tolerance March in Krakow.
The beatroot writes about the publication of “a politburo document, signed by Mikhail Gorbachev, which appears to warrant a KGB contract killing on John Paul II.”
The beatroot writes about the attitudes towards in vitro fertilization (IVF) in Poland.
Polish road signs – at Polandian: “All road signs should be taken with a pinch of salt and interpretations read with tongue firmly in cheek.”
Scatts writes about Poland's capital at Polandian: “Thanks to either greed, bad planning, ineffective regulations or a combination of all three, Warsaw is slowly becoming a city hidden behind gigantic advertisements.” On 20 East, Scatts posts pictures and describes the route of a “favorite Warsaw walk.” Both entries feature the...
Polandian compares Krakow‘s past with its present; the beatroot writes about a survey that found Warsaw the third most boring city of Europe.
The beatroot writes about the Polish-Israeli relations.
The beatroot is wondering whether some of Russia's foreign policy statements are bluff.
20 East writes about the sorry state of Polish football: problems include racism and corruption.
Polandian writes about the Polish taxation system: “There is only one thing that makes the whole system bearable. You can donate 1% of what you pay to a charity. This year we’re sending our 1% to the Fundacja Spełnionych Marzeń.”