The Russian edition of one of the world’s leading travel magazines. Conde Nast Traveller Russian magazine is a high-quality all-round travel guide for those fluent in Russian.
This publication brings you a whole world of information, both figuratively and literally. Covering destinations across the globe, from China to South America and back again via Madagascar and Holland, whether you want to know where to stay, what to wear, what to eat or where to go, this magazine has is the perfect holiday companion. Full of great descriptions and striking photographs, if you can read Russian then this comes highly recommended.
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Schools are frankly rather unambitious when it comes to the teaching of languages. Here at Newsstand we can’t help but feel that we would have loved to have studied Russian, Chinese or Japanese rather than German or French (though the latter does come in handy when we nip across the channel to top up on cheap French wine). They would also have been far more interesting to study as a culture.
There is, however, a very good reason for this, and it is one that distances us from a huge number of countries – the difference in alphabet. Just as we take it as read that the letter ‘a’ makes the sound ‘ah’ or a close variation of it, so the Russian letter ‘?’ must obviously be a ‘?’ to a fluent speaker. The same must be true for Japanese and Chinese and all other languages where their lettering differs from what we consider the norm. This not only makes it harder to learn the language, it makes it harder to appreciate the culture, and feel connected. So, in the name of global connectedness, lets make an effort to at least learn each others alphabet, or, failing that, create a global one. NB