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March 28, 2012

After days of meetings with government officials, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs, we visited the famous Kremlin and Red Square on the last day of our trip in Moscow. It is necessary to understand the Russian history and the Tsar’s rein in order to get a better idea of the current Russian political and economic situations. The Kremlin is separated into two zones. The tourism zone includes museums, cathedrals and art galleries, while the government zone is the president office (of course, we don’t have access to this zone. It’s heavily armed!)

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March 22, 2012

Wine is an integral part of Hungarian culture. Hungary has a long history of wine making, and wine is now a major export and revenue source of local residents. We may not speak Hungarian but we definitely recognize some Hungarian words because many words for wine derive from Hungarian. White wine accounts for over 60% of total wine production in Hungary. The most famous Hungarian wines are the dry Bull’s Blood and Aszu. On the first day in Hungary, we visited two wineries, Heimann and Takler, located in the southern Szekszard region, which is about 250 kilometers from Budapest.

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