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ACMA India delegation visited Hungary 2019.

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“A delegation of Automotive Component Manufacturer’s Association (ACMA) visited Hungary on 5th February 2019. During their stay they had a meeting with H.E. Ambassador Kumar Tuhin at the Embassy of India. Then the delegation visited the Hungarian Parliament and had a meeting with Mr. Péter Cseresnyés, President of the Hungarian-Indian Parliamentary Friendship Group, followed by a guided tour in the building. Thereafter, they had a B2B Meeting organized at the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency. On this occasion the delegation also signed a Letter of Intent with the Hungarian Automotive Component Manufacturers Association.” (Embassy News)

A “Networking Seminar” took place at the Budapest’s Marriott Hotel organized by the India Embassy ended the day with the presence of H.E. Ambassador Kumar Tuhin –  Embassy of India, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Ministry for Innovation and Technology – Péter Cseresnyés, Dénes Szabó -Major of Nagykanizsa and a body of 10 professional leaders from Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA). The auto component leaders of tomorrow said the automotive market is witnessing rapid technological transformation, therefore to fulfill further required needs,  their visit is looking for technological whereabouts, where both countries can implement. At the meeting was present the major of Nagykanizsa, who talked about the possibilities and the intellectual capacities of the region.  It was also said by president of ACMA Mr.Ram Venkataramami their study visit to Hungary is mainly collecting market data and the whereabouts in the territory of Hungary to assess the possibilities to establish a base for ACMA here in Central Europe where in the future production of the required components are feasible. Also added that in Hungary, Poland and Slovakia gaining overall information will be forward to the 633 members to the association and they will evaluate and decide on the future. It was also said to keep in mind that in a little over a decade or two from now digital technologies will make up hold the value of an automobile. Mechanical complements will give way to electrical, electronic and digital systems presenting new opportunities to both incumbents firms and new entrants. The consumer will ultimately benefit with a range of choices hitherto unseen in the industry…Exciting times are ahead.

Beside visiting Hungary, the group had visited in the same theme Poland and will head from Hungary to Slovakia to assess the opportunities.

Update and snaps Aggie Reiter

Mountaineer Indian young girl – Adventure Movie – Budapest


Poorna  (Hindi, 2017) – Length 100 minutes

February, 15. 2019, 6 p.m.

Amrita Sher-Gil Cultural Center

District, II., 14. Búzavirág Street

Directed by Rahul Bose, Prashant Pandey,

Starring: Azam, Sekhar Babu Bachinepally, Veera Badar

The film is based on a true event… . According to the story … from Telangana, on May, 25. 2014, Poorna  starts off to scale the highest peak of Mount Everest at the age of 13 years and 11 months, and becomes the only young Indian girl and youngest girl in the world to have reached the summit of Mount Everest. Standing alone, that an Indian young girl makes up her mind up to climb the rural landscape of Mount Everest. Nothing could stop her from the heroic journey and she made it. This movie shows that Aditi Inamdar staring in the lead role as Poorna carved her way out to achieve her dreams giving courage to those women whom are dreaming about to get out from their mission impossible life!

After 16 years, director Rahul Bose recognizes the beauty to put this rare story on film canvas. The grounded performances combined with stirring music elevate this relatively straightforward to a true “Tale of Life”.

By-the-way, pretty unusual to play the lead role by a young girl, cause if we go back into the tunnel of film history, the adventure films were only played by well-known movie stars from the 1930-40’s. and still to-day.

The screening that is held at the Amrita Sher-Gil Cultural Center  will be on-screen only one time occasion. Entrance is free. So any of interest may attend by just registering through:

Update by Aggie Reiter

Janis Joplin – „Little Blue Girl”  – Movie – Budapest

Janis Joplin was the greatest blues singer of all time and the queen rock and roll!

Monday, 7 p.m. February, 11. 2019.
Ben Cinema
District, II. 5. Margit Blvd.

An Icon of the 60’s – Janis Joplin was the first woman to turn the audience up-side-down where ever she stepped on stage and rocked the house down her way that sound devilishly good, hypnotizing!  Unfortunately the music business screwed her up … twisted her like a sponge. She died from an overdose of drugs. The documentary movie is presented by  Amy Berg.  Cat Power – musician narrates the story of Janis Joplin how she stepped on the road to stardom. In the movie featuring the letters that the raucous rock singer wrote to her close friends, family and collaborators.

For those born in the 20th century and loved Janis voice will have a flash back to see, hear her on-screen again this fascinating movie, but for those who have not heard  … hardy any … of Janis will be something to like or not is the future. She would have been 76 yrs. old in January, but legends never die!

The documentary film is in English with Hungarian subtitles.

About the cinema: In 2016, the film screening started in the 108-year-old Bem Movie Theater, as for culture and classic movies. In the past decades  film that made history, the films of pop culture have been projected from 35mm cinematography works in original language … with Hungarian subtitles.

Here is a flashback:

Update by Aggie Reiter

The 15th European Maccabi Games – 2019 – Budapest – Hungary

The 15th European Maccabi Games  (EMG) is to be hosted this year in Hungary.

July, 29. – August, 7.2019.

Going to be the largest multi-sport event in Hungary.

In 2019, the Metropolitan of Hungary also holds the Capital of Sport of Europe. Under this umbrella Hungary will host the largest Jewish sport and cultural event in Europe.

Approximately, 3000 athletes (adults and youths) are planned to participate at the event in around 20 branches of sports. Hungarian medals are expected mainly in martial arts, water polo, fencing and also successful in other sports. The EMG will be  held in several locations in and around Budapest.

The majority of sports will have one Masters category, but there are some which will have more. For the first time in history, two para sports, and tennis will also be in within the program.

The organizers plan to have several age groups for Masters athletes competitions in the following: Half Marathon: 30+, 40+, 50+, 60+. Golf (stroke play, team, mixed team): 50+. Maccabi Men/Women: 30+, 40+, 50+, 60+. Swimming: 30+, 40+, 50+, 60+. Tennis (singles, doubles, mixed doubles):  35+, 45+, 55+, 65+.

Athletes from outside Europe countries such as from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Israel, Mexico and Republic of South Africa are  on the list in arriving to the EMG  2019 – Hungary.

Hungary will be vibrant in sport games, a true metropolis awaiting the visitors in offering unforgettable experience … make your own  …  participating or be present watching the Maccabi Games.

Update by Aggie Reiter

“Tracking Piedone’s Footprint” – „Slapping Hero” – portrait film of Bud Spencer.


“Tracking Piedone’s Footprint” – Hungarians favorite flying fists – slapping machine arrived to the Hungarian cinemas, introducing the most comprehensive portrait of Bud Spencer.

Piedone,  the spaghetti western guy, placed himself into the hearts of many movie lovers across  the World. Originally, started his career as a successful athlete, he was a professional swimmer and water polo player. He was the first Italian swimmer to achieve a one-minute result in 100m freestyle. For many of us, luckily he stepped out of the pool and began filming and became an actor and what an awesome actor!

The extended version, color, Hungarian portrait, 90 mins, 2019. Hungarian sync. Age limit above 6 years old.

There is hardly a generation who has not met … seen any Piedone films. Many say those where the days when heading to the movie was a real gig, growing up on his movies. During the period of the 70s-80s gained such a success not just in Hungary but throughout the world,  even yet to-day … no matter how many time it was seen before is still extremely popular. Bud Spencer – born Carlo Pedersoli went ahead June, 27.2016. in Rome at the age 86. His fans mourned around the world. Gone with him a true renaissance man of our modern age.
This year would he would be 90 years old. Unfortunately, our „slapping hero” is no longer with us. In honor to the anniversary, within the 90-minute-cut cinema film can catch-up, hear interviews from his era’s artists, never seen archival materials, family photos, his former athletes, colleagues and co-workers talking about Bud Spencer, and of course bits-and-pieces of his iconic films will also not be missing.

The film was recorded for over four years in five countries with forty-five contributors. The film presents a lifetime of the legendary to the less well-known side of his exceptional personality.

Carlo Pedersol more better known as the tough fists Bud Spencer portrait film had its premiere  on February 28, 2019  at Budapest, Szeged, Debrecen, Balassagyarmat, Szombathely, Eger, Szentendre, Zalaegerszeg, Jászberény, Nyergesújfalú … to reach fans at the four corner of Hungary.

The film was brought to Hungary by the Pannonia Entertainment Ltd.

Update by Aggie bReiter

Seventh Chocolate Carnival @ Pécs – 2019.

In February, beside the famous Venice Carnival in Italy,  the Season’s of Carnival in Hungary brings the Carnival mood in the air with chocolates made in Hungary.  For many around the world believe “chocolates are their best friend!” and cannot argue in that. Chocolate has been around the world throughout decades of civilization,  it has been present yesterday, to-day and tomorrow for many sweet tooth individuals.

It was announced at the press meeting that this year the Seventh Chocolate Carnival will be organized at the Zsolnay Cultural Quarter  between

February, 9-10. 2019.

Opening hours: February,9. 10 a-m. – 6.30 p.m.   February, 10 a.m. –6 p.m.

Not too far from the capital, is the City of Pécs, the 5th largest city in Hungary which is around 2000 years old and  is a popular destination for visitors interested in history and culture.

After last year’s sensation made milk chocolate, black chocolate and white chocolate, this year the fourth type of chocolate, “the ruby chocolate” will get its starring role. The pink Ruby will play a major role at the carnival

Besides the entertaining events there will be professional events, offering entertainment opportunities for all ages. At the Chocolate Carnival 25 chocolate related programs at 20 stages … 18 exhibitors.

During the 2 days the children on the spot: Marzipan marshalling exercise, children can make edible figures from colorful marzipan, and Chocolate Paint Chocolate Paint, and spray with tiny sugar dips. With the show at the entrance, the visitors of the Chocolate Carnival will receive a 15% discount on all exhibitions of the Zsolnay Cultural Quarter, the Labor-Interactive Magic Space, and visiting the Planetarium and the Magic Wonders.   Throughout the event also a 3D printer works will be operating in the foreground. And for the really little ones: The Total Art Association is waiting for them with an animated playhouse Dumplings with Arthur. … “Gombóc Artur”.

The local visitors may enjoy the Choco Carnival, as well as foreigners staying, working in the city and beside visiting the “Chocoville’s”  wonderful tastes, worthwhile to roll over to the remarkable venues such as: the Csontváry Museum, the Synagogue, Pécs Cathedral, Sopianae Early Christian Mausoleum, famous Zsolnay ceramics and Turkish ruins, Mosque of Pasha Qasim, Zsolnay Fountain at the downtown venue. Also to visit the one-and-only Beatles Museum in Central Europe. Pécs is the 5th largest city in Hungary is around 2000 years old and this city is a popular destination for visitors interested in history and culture.

Was more than 4000 last year’s visitor number, and hopefully there will be more visitors to experience the smooth mouth-watering tastes.

 Update Aggie Reiter

Dance of Elves at the Italian Institute of Culture – La ridda dei folletti – Budapest

6.30 p.m. – Thursday, February, 7. 2019.

Italian Institute of Culture – Giuseppe Verdi Hall

District, VIII., 8. Bródy Sándor Street.

It is always very exciting when different continents and distant cultures meet … Tibor Szomora violinist Artistic Director at the Con Spirito Chamber Orchestra will be heard at his concert introducing how does the Italian music connects to Argentina and Hungary. Guest conductor Sebastiano De Filippi – Con Spirito Chamber Orchestra.

The prominent Hungarian string orchestra and the famous conductor of the Chamber Orchestra of the Argentine Parliament will hold an unforgettable music journey from the Baroque to XX. Century.

An event that should not be missed. Mandatory Reservation until 4 February, 4. 2019. through |

For attention  … Only members of the Italian Cultural Institute with a valid membership card (+1) may participate.

Update Aggie Reiter