In news from the Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, 18 countries will benefit from a new visa-free regime for Russia’s Far East.
Earlier this year I profiled a wonderful Russian photographer named Slava Stepanov, who is absolutely one of the finest photographers in the federation. Slava, who is from Novosibirsk, is the co-founder of the stunning agency known as Gelio Vostok. Over the years Over the years, Slava’s company has taken on projects from the US to the Far East […]
Weather forecasters have promised the people of Vladivostok a beautiful, warm Spring. News today shows their predictions were correct, as balmy winds brush the faces of residents and visitors standing in full sun for the first time in months. Winter jackets have disappeared, and the parks are once again full of cyclists, tourists, and children playing.
Due to open next month, the first in a series of luxurious casinos inside the Primorye Entertainment Zone in Russia’s Far East is scheduled to open. Russia’s Far East may supplant Macau and Las Vegas as a gambling Mecca.
Few places in the world are more enticing for the adventure traveler than Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula, what with its desolate landscapes, stirring volcanoes, unearthly black-sand beaches, and countless miles of virgin forest.
In news from Inchon, South Korea, the Asia Games of 2014 mascots are announced. Also, a relic of the Russo-Japanese War ends up being the tie that may bind Russia and the Korean peninsula.