Morning News: Monday, March 27, 2023

  • Bryan Adams will return to Prague on 16 December to present his new album “So Happy It Hurts” at the O2 Arena, as part of a World Tour with the same name. The Canadian singer and songwriter is one of the most energetic live musicians, with a career of more than 40 years in the entertainment industry


  • The number of charging stations for electric cars in Czechia increased by more than 30 percent last year to 1,364. According to the data of the Ministry of Industry and Trade there are currently around 15,000 electric cars registered in the country, and another tens of thousands of hybrids.


  • The traditional Easter market opens on Prague’s Old Town Square on Saturday. Visitors will find stalls selling food and a wide variety of Easter products including hand-painted eggs, wooden toys and decorated gingerbread.


  • Czechia, along with the rest of the European Union, switched to summer time, or daylight saving time, on Sunday, when clocks went forward by one hour at 2 a.m. Summer time will end on Sunday, October 29, when the clocks go back.


  • An official delegation from the Czech Republic, headed by speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Markéta Pekarová Adamová, arrived in Taiwan on Saturday on a five-day visit aimed at boosting mutual ties between the two states.

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