The Young Russian Inventor of The Braille Glove – a Device for Deaf-Blind People – Talks About the Gadget Details and the Difficulties of Finding Investors

April 28, 2016Yana0

A young Russian man, Fedor Belomoev, had invented a device for deaf-blind people, which helps them to communicate. The amazing thing, named The Braille Glove by its inventor, has no analogues in the world. However, investors are not queueing up to fund the project. Why? We decided to learn about this and other details of the invention, from Fedor. […]

Art & Music

Mexican Expat, Founder of the Music Institute in Moscow Speaks On Business in Russia, Art and the Difficulties of Moscow Life

April 19, 2016Yana0

In the spring of 2016 an expat from Mexico Luis Aguilar ran a new music institute in Moscow–Aguilar Institute Cadenza, where all students are taught music, singing and dancing in English, Spanish, Chinese or Russian. We decided to talk to Luis and see what he thinks about the creative potential, the music industry and the specifics of doing business in Russia. […]


Transgender in Moscow: Dating, Tolerance and the Transition Process

March 24, 2016Yana0

The story of 19-year-old Isa, a transgender who moved to Moscow from Kazakhstan to begin a new life. Moskvaer talked to her about both her childhood and adulthood, about relations with society and the private life, about intolerance and meeting new friends, about the transgender transition process and why sexual characteristics are not the main thing that determine the gender. […]