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Contents of issue September 2011

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Paul Poiret: King of Fashion
This autumn the Kremlin Museums present a show dedicated to a representative of one of the most refined epochs in arts and fashion: Paul Poiret, King of Fashion.
Exhibitions, Music, Art
New LookNew Glass. Conservatoire re-opens. Parisian School.
Education Briefing

British Council
PASSPORTs sixth Education Briefing comes as the time arrives for 2012 applications. You should have done most of the work by now, and only have the final polishing to do.
A Day Out

The Bruce Estate
On a beautiful Sunday morning in August, I wheeled the bike out of the entrance to our pannelny dom in Khimki at about 7.30, when all was quiet and cool, but already bright.
Travel

Malta
Just four hours flying time from Moscow on Air Malta, lies 7000 years of history with plenty to sample over a weeks holiday.
Reykjavik Remembered
Until the country went into financial meltdown in 2008, Iceland rarely made the international newsand why would it?
Finance

Taking Care of Money
Being an ex-pat has always been associated with earning some serious money.
The Way It Is

What Makes Russian Happy
The market research agency Masmi Russia found out what it takes for Russians to attain complete happiness.
The Way It Is and Was

Teddy Boys
The culture of the British Teddy Boy is not one that is associated with works of art. But in Moscow another first has been achieved.
Out and About

The Kremlin Cossacks
Recently PASSPORT visited the Kremlin Equestrian School at its stables and showground at Krasnogorsk, near Khimki.
Moscow Guide

The Metro
Taking the Metro here in Moscow takes some getting used to if you are not from a big city or if you are not used to using the Metro or Underground as we Brits like to call it.
Legal

Health Care of Foreign Citizens in Russia
Regulations governing health care of foreign citizens in Russia are defined by Resolution #546 of the Government of the Russian Federation of September 1, 2005.
Real Estate

Interview with Kaido Kaarma
Kaido Kaarma, General Director of the real estate company Est-a-tet, spoke to PASSPORT about prospects of investment in residential real estate in the Moscow market.
News
Moscow remains over-populated. City to privatize hotel assets. Moscows construction capacities insufficient. Reconstruction planned in the city centre.

Russian Language
How to take public transport.
Wine & Dining

The Best of Moscows Restaurants
A few months ago, we questioned the results of the annual S. Pellegrino Worlds 50 Best Restaurants, which placed Varvary at #48, followed by Semifreddo and Chaika in the top 100.
Fashion

Sartorial Art
Whether you are a conservative banker or a rock stars PR manager, looking like a success is the first step to being successful.
Family

Puzzle page
September Art Celebration. Back-to-School Word Search. How old is this puzzle? Mini Sudoku.
Clarice and the Hostage Ostrich
Now listen in, Clara, Celia and Emma! Were going on a rescue mission. Its a shocker, and it might get nasty. Get your camouflage plumage on. We meet in an hour.
View From the Cliffs

The Moral Aspects
Last Friday I sat down to write my column for PASSPORT, telling English-speaking, tax-dodging, ex-pats and fugitives from justice, hiding out in Moscow, whats happening in the sleepy old UK.
Book Review

Garkhovs Diary by Stephan Dewar
Older readers will remember samizdat, a Soviet-era practice whereby writers of unpublishable books circulated them unofficially in typescript, often by getting anyone who read one to type it out again, making a further five carbon copies while doing so.



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