Cringel articles in "Verslo klase" magazine

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If you are unsure whether it is worth reading or not, take a look below for a sneak peek.

In the first article Jurga writes about:

  • our neighbour James the Canadian and his night-time performances;
  • fantastically spectacular Malay foot-volleyball sepak takraw jarring;
  • fire performances on the beach;
  • features of local Thai whiskey;
  • nearly impossible quest for ginger tea;
  • and all other equally interesting things.

 

P.S. I'd like to tell an example of an international magazine which could be an equivalent of Verslo klasė, but nothing comes to my head at the moment. Anybody of you wants to do it in the comments?

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Marius's picture

My two cents

The first issue is no more, as articles were made available to download.

 

The second one is more complicated. So far I can say that it is not only your, but also equally in our interests to have this site as broad and interesting as possible. (Un)fortunately, we also have this travelling thing to do, which takes some time :)

Verslo klase

Hi,

I think the equivalent of Verslo klase is The Economist's Itelligent Life (which I read once, http://www.economist.com/intelligentlife/), or the FT's How To Spend It (which I never read, but my colleagues do).

Anyway, hope your publications will not ruin the economy, as they create a new trend and more and more highly paid executives leave the country for SE Asia and so no longer contribute to GDP, only to loan portfolios for the banks.

Marius's picture

Thanks for the tip

Gotta read those two sometime. Will be a good addition to "The Focus", which I'm getting addicted to.

I'm note so sure about that highly paid part.

Saulelis's picture

"Go grab a copy!"

Yeah right... Cuz it's being sold at every newsagents in Ireland... and the rest of  the world... :)

 

 

  • our neighbour James the Canadian and his night-time performances;
  • fantastically spectacular Malay foot-volleyball sepak takraw jarring;
  • fire performances on the beach;
  • features of local Thai whiskey;
  • nearly impossible quest for ginger tea;
  • and all other equally interesting things.

Wow! Indeed all that sounds infuckincredibly interesting and intriguing! Good for 'Verslo zinios'...

How come we, the hungry website users, only get a picture and a few words per day? :)