Monday, October 29, 2007

Books, Wine and Food? Or Books and Sauna (+ Beer).

According to the press release of the Helsinki Book Fair,

Books, wine and food draw visitors to the Helsinki Fair Centre

Booklovers and wine & food buffs were pampered with a twin event at the Helsinki Fair Centre over the weekend. The seventh Helsinki Book Fair was accompanied by the new Wine, Food & Good Living event, which was organised by the wine magazine Viini. The two events attracted a total of 68,500 visitors...


We, a group of six women, enjoyed the Fair and the Sauna, like last year.

Swimming in candle light, can you imagine? But a good, hothot sauna first, with good company, afterwards beer, or cider, like some (others) preferred.

This sauna belongs to some trade union hot-shots, in the book fair area, Pasila. Perhaps this has already become our tradition?


Something reminded me of the first Helsinki Book Fair which took place in 2001. Then Ian Rankin, my idol, visited. (I met Rankin in Reykjavik, in 2006!!!! Take a look at this and this.)

But I happened to come by a very funny Rankin interview in the net. I quote just a few bites here, enjoy:

Are you a practical joker?

– Now and then. When some friends were away once, I stole a 'For Sale' sign and put it up next to their house as a homecoming gift. But practical jokes take effort, and these days I try to keep all effort to a minimum....

What would be a perfect weekend for you?

Perfect weekend: out on the bevvy (alcohol) with some pals, maybe hit some record shops, go see a football match, then sober up in the evening, a bath and a shave, and out for a meal with my wife. That's the Saturday. Sunday, I'd stay in bed late, then assassinate the royal family.

Are there any movies you have seen that have left a real lasting impression on you?

I don't know. Instead, here are some films I love: The Godfather, Goodfellas, The Big Chill, Toy Story, Singles, Terminator, Apocalypse Now, Blade Runner....


The Big Chill
, where did that come from? Well, nonetheless, it is an extremely good film. I have loved it for decades. Haven't thought about it for years. A Lawrence Kasdan film, directed in 1983, with the Kasdan gang, like William Hurt, Jeff Goldblum, Kevin Kline + Meg Tilly, sweet...

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Report from Germany, part I: Frankfurt am Main

Typical landscapes. The first one from the balcony of our hotsts' Book Fair taking place around the tower the highest point of which looks like a pencil, far left.

From the website of the fair:

"At the Fair a record 7,448 exhibitors from 108 countries presented 391,653 titles. Despite the train strikes and Autumn school holiday 283,293 visitors came to the Fair. During the three trade days there were 154,269 visitors – almost one per cent up on the previous year. At the weekend the German-speaking halls were full to capacity with members of the public.

"There has seldom been a Book Fair which has been so optimistic about the future of the industry," said Dr. Gottfried Honnefelder, Chief of the Börsenverein des deutschen Buchhandels (German Publishers and Booksellers Association) at the end of the Fair. "For publishers and booksellers this is very important, as the mood of the Fair is very influential on the development of the book market in a given year."


A typical scenery, again.

And you'll get soooo hungry...

Alte Oper, the Old Opera. And Punk is not dead!!!!

Cheers! And thanks! We are toasting and hosting, for a change.

Report from Germany, part II: Nürnberg (Nuremberg)

Mr HP is looking at the beginning of the river Main. Frankfurt am Main is history – we are heading to the Southeast.

We decided not to spend in Frankfurt all the time we had, as we have been there quite a number of times already and have never seen anything else but Frankfurt during these Book fair visits.

So we headed to Nürnberg. With fast train it is less than two hours from Frankfurt. For us, three hours, since we took the slower local train.

Nürnberg is in Bayern. That's why everyone says "Grüss Gott" instead of "Guten Tag"!

This was our hotel. Or Gasthaus. Was found very easily: the first one from the Train station in the old town.

In this house (on the left) artists Albrecht Dürer lived in the 15th century.

And, in this old town, like in all proper old towns there is a castle up on a hill!

And here comes the Nazi history: this is the Congress Hall of the National Socialist party, designed by Speer. The stones were cut by political slaves in the camps. And the building was never finished. Despite that it is HUGE. In one wing there is the Doku-Zenrum, ie. Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände. That is the museum which explains how it all happened. Near it are the National Socialist Party Rally Grounds.

The Evilness himself. In Nürnberg. Coming up the steps to the podium, at the Zeppelin Field. Right next to the Doku-Zentrum. At the Party rallies there were more than one million people attending. So the little town on Nürnberg was crowded!

After the Nürnberg trials this was the outcome.

Sisu in Frankfurt

Oderazzi, the Finnish soul and the Truth in Hessen has already posted to her blog about the Bookfair!

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Rock God In Siberia: "We exchanged greetings and then he was gone".

This is such a great story, in today's Independent. This is a brilliant story. Would make an excellent short film! An engineer from a small town in Britain travels to very Eastern, remote part of Russia, and suddenly he is in the middle of huge fan crowds – who turn out to be his fans. And he becomes judge of a beauty contest, is later harrassed by envious women, and finally meets with the President!

(Sorry, the Blogger photo links are not functioning, so I am not able to add photos from Rotherham & Sayanogorsk.)

This is how it all begun:

"When Neil Smith set out on a work trip to Siberia, he was braced for whatever the Russian Far East could throw at him – the vast open spaces, the extreme cold and the unremitting boredom of being away from home. – – Having been summarily relocated from his hotel Sayanogorsk, to a remote hunting lodge some 60 miles away from the factory project he was working on in order to make way for the arriving entourage of President Vladimir Putin..."

And can you guess what happens next?

"'As we approached, I could see crowds and TV cameras with well-dressed visitors walking down a red carpet. I never thought it was anything to do with us.'

Having found himself ushered through a side door of the Albert Hall-sized auditorium, flanked by a minder, the lodge owner and the receptionist, Mr Smith was seated at long table where he joined six other judges waiting to put the contestants for that night's Miss Siberia beauty contest through their paces.

Here, his Russian host introduced him as a major league international guitarist, an explanation he heard interspersed with occasional English words such as 'Rolling Stones'. 'I don't know who they thought I was but I was given a tremendous reception. After the contest, I was interviewed for Russian television and spent nearly an hour signing autographs for well-wishers,' he recalled."

And a week later; there comes the ULTIMATE CLIMAX – after being mobbed, of course:

" – – he returned to Abakan where he was mobbed by girls who had seen him judging the beauty contest on television. To cap off his remarkable experience, safely back at the factory, he finally got to meet the man who had resulted in his sudden decampment to the hunting lodge when he formed part of line up of workers being introduced to the Russian President. 'We exchanged greetings and then he was gone,' said Mr Smith who is currently recovering from his brief brush with fame..."

The oligarkhs are behind this! And, according to the strongest gossips, even the body of Lenin's has been replaced by lookalike bodies regularly (when the previous one has started to rot!

"I reckon I was set up by the wealthy Russian guy," he told reporters. "I suspect that for some reason they needed a judge to replace someone else and it suited him for me to be that person. And who in Siberia would know I wasn't an international rock god?"



Monday, October 22, 2007

Sampo – po Russkii.

About Sampo Lindfors in English, please scroll down to my previous post.

Suomeksi; katso hänen perheensä blogia,

Ceгодня Сампо Феодору Линдфорсу исполняется 30 лет.
Сампо Линдфорс пропал в июле 2006 года. Жил в Хельсинки. Прекрасно говорил по русски и имел много русских друзей. Родные надеялись, он уехал на рок-фестиваль в Турку, но он так и не вернулся домой. Банковским счетом так и не разу не воспользовался. Мать Сампо надеется, что он до сих пор жив. Она просит откликнуться всех, кто мог встретить ее сына. Вы можете связаться с матерью Сампо, если оставите комментарий на блоге.

The 30th Anniversary of Sampo Feodor Lindfors

(Before the promised Germany report a far more important thing came up:)

Sampo Feodor Lindfors is hopefully celebrating his 30th Birthday today.

Well. It is his birthday, but so far his location is a mystery to his mother, daugher, brother, and other loved ones. To everybody here.

Like I have posted before, Sampo disappeared 27th of July 2006 – more than a year ago – from a summer village in Houtskari (Houtskär), Korppoo, Southwestern Finland, archipelago. He left the summer cottage in the morning, at around ten o'clock, and was not seen ever since. Bank account: untouched. Phone? Left at home.

Because he spoke fluent Russian, and because there were many Russian tourists at that time, with their yahts and sailing boats, Sampo's mother would like to start to inquire the Russian authorities soon, if Sampo could be there on the other side of our Eastern border, for some reason. It is even likely he had his passport with him when he disappeared. (He did not drive, so that was his main certificate of identification.)

Sampo, should you see this, please come home! And even before that, please contact your mother. She would love to celebrate your 30th birthday with you, having snails and champagne with you in the finest restaurant you choose!

Sampo Feodor Lindfors, 30 years.

If ANYONE has ANY information on Sampo, his whereabouts or anything that could be of help, please contact Sampo's mother through IStori or through here:

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Village of Fools

I am back from Frankfurt and Nürnberg (Nuremberg). We had an excellent trip with Mr HP. A wonderful combination of work, socialising with old and newer friends, seeing new (and older) places, getting stuck with historical facts and horrendous operations (Nürnberg!!!!!), and last but not least; great and stylish or boring and distasteful architecture.

Lots of bratwurst and kartoffel which made Mr HP very happy.

Report with pics coming up. I just don't have neither the time nor energy for that now, because I must watch this:

For God, Tsar and the Fatherland is on TV this evening.

From the Why Democracy pages:

Mikhail Morozov is a Russian patriot, good Christian and successful businessman. He owns Durakovo - the “Village of Fools” - 100 km southwest of Moscow. People come here from all over Russia to learn how to live and become 'true' Russians. When they join the Village of Fools, the new residents abandon all their former rights and agree to obey Mikhail Morozov’s strict rules. “What we have here is a society that respects the vertical of power, this is what our country needs most of all, “ says Morozov quoting his idol President Putin. The whole spectrum of power - political, spiritual and administrative – is represented in the village and people gather for semi-private meetings with Morozov. They discuss the future of Russia, their ambitions and their goals. For God, Tsar and the Fatherland shows what drives Russian patriotism today and why these citizens are against democracy.

Monday, October 08, 2007

Struggle Against Reality

After putting together some very exhausting stuff on weekend I got so very tired. Feel like staying home with Funnybunny for ever. Which won't happen; I am to travel to Germany on Thursday.

When we met at Anna Politkovskaya Evening yesterday, on Sunday, a friend with whom we are members of the board in an industrious and serious organisation said she finds me very energetic.

But it's not true. I'm lazy and tired. Actually, I don't do much. I am a very limited person. No time for hobbies, only running in the middle of the day. I try not to get too involved in very separate things. And succeeding in not-getting-involved better and better all the time. I have just learned to concentrate in fewer things and to be more active when my efforts are vitally needed. (Not all time, and not everywhere.)

And when I'm tired, I just sit on the sofa and read or write my own things. (After Miss Funnybunny is put to bed.) Struggle against falling asleep.


I have already revealed in some meme I don't like comedies that much. But for really tired people I recommend good laughs.

But only good comedies. Bad ones destroy your brain. Rely on classics. (And no TV. Go to a film theater. Rent a DVD, if you must.)

Observer has listed (in July 2007) the Funniest Films of All Time, based on readers' opinions, And they were

1. Life of Brian
2. Airplane!
3. This Is Spinal Tap
4. Some Like It Hot
5. Withnail and I
6. Blazing Saddles
7. The Big Lebowski
8. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
9. Duck Soup
10. Young Frankenstein
11. The Producers
12. Shaun of the Dead
13. Groundhog Day
14. Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
15. Planes, Trains and Automobiles
16. The Man with Two Brains
17. There's Something About Mary
18. Annie Hall
19. Dumb and Dumber
20. Anchorman: the Legend of Ron Burgundy
21. Mr Hulot's Holiday
22. Shrek
23. Best in Show
24. Kind Hearts and Coronets
25. Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
26. The General
27. A Fish Called Wanda
28. Way Out West
29. The Odd Couple
30. The Ladykillers
31. The Blues Brothers
32. Arsenic and Old Lace
33. Bringing Up Baby
34. A Night at the Opera
35. Kingpin
36. The Naked Gun
37. It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
38. Raising Arizona
39. Team America: World Police
40. Trading Places
41. American Pie
42. Hot Fuzz
43. Love and Death
44. Meet the Fockers
45. Sleeper
46. South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut
47. Stir Crazy
48. The Music Box
49. Tootsie
50. Uncle Buck

I like the first four, and some others like Fish Called Wanda, Dr. Strangelove, the Ladykillers and the Blues Brothers (remember: "What is the piece in the elevator?"). But some titles on this list are surprising. (Shrek? American Pie? Dumb and Dumber?)

And why were the Marx brothers not in better positions? (the Stork Club, remember the password?)

And what about Laurel and Hardy?


Title: Inalienable Rights
From: Monty Python's Life of Brian

Transcribed By: Dwayne A. X. E. E. ( CS107124@YUSOL )

(A huge Roman amphitheatre, sparsely attended. REG, FRANCIS, STAN and JUDITH
are seated in the stands. They speak conspiratorially.)

Judith: Any Anti-Imperialist group like ours must *reflect* such a divergence of interests within its power-base.
Reg: Agreed.
(General nodding.)
Francis: I think Judith's point of view is valid here, Reg, provided the Movement never forgets that it is the inalienable right of every man--
Stan: Or woman.
Francis: Or rid himself--
Stan: Or herself.
Reg: Or herself. Agreed. Thank you, brother.
Stan: Or sister.
Francis: Thank you, brother. Or sister. Where was I?
Reg: I thought you'd finished.
Francis: Oh, did I? Right.
Reg: Furthermore, it is the birthright of every man ...
Stan: Or woman.
Reg: Why don't you shut up about women, Stan, you're putting us off.
Stan: Women have a perfect right to play a part in our movement, Reg.
Francis: Why are you always on about women, Stan?
Stan: (pause) I want to be one.

(pregnant pause)

Reg: What?
Stan: I want to be a woman. From now on I want you all to call me Loretta.
Reg: What!?
Stan: It's my right as a man.
Judith: Why do you want to be Loretta, Stan?
Stan: I want to have babies.
Reg: You want to have babies?!?!?!
Stan: It's every man's right to have babies if he wants them.
Reg: But you can't have babies.
Stan: Don't you oppress me.
Reg: I'm not oppressing you, Stan -- you haven't got a womb. Where's the fetus going to gestate? You going to keep it in a box?
(Stan starts crying.)
Judith: Here! I've got an idea. Suppose you agree that he can't actually have babies, not having a womb, which is nobody's fault, not even the Romans', but that he can have the *right* to have babies.
Francis: Good idea, Judith. We shall fight the oppressors for your right to have babies, brother. Sister, sorry.
Reg: (pissed) What's the *point*?
Francis: What?
Reg: What's the point of fighting for his right to have babies, when he can't have babies?
Francis: It is symbolic of our struggle against oppression.
Reg: It's symbolic of his struggle against reality.


Sorry, I can't get the Blogger work, for adding the Observer link as well as other relevant sources, but you can google "Observer", "funniest", "films" or take a look at this:,,2131880,00.html

Monty Python links can be found in here,

Saturday, October 06, 2007

Activists detained in Nizhny Novgorod. Anna Politkoskaya's legacy damaged.

Dear Friends in Nizhny, I hope you are fine. And back at your homes, hotels or offices. We know you have been arrested today.

Can you imagine? Both the organisers and (foreign) participants of a Human Rights Conference for the Memory of ANNA POLITKOVSKAYA have been arrested today.

We could see this was coming. A lot of harm has been done during these past few days by the police in Nizhny.

According to the Sobkor(R).ru news agency the five (foreigners) who were detained are Friederike Behr (Germany), Neil Hicks (UK), Sergio Kurbi (Spain), Rosaria Fernandez (Spain), and Rita Guybens (Belgium). They represent Amnesty International, League for Human Rights (Spain), and Human Rights First (USA).

Perhaps this means that the Human Rights workers, even in Russia, are many and powerful? If they were not, why bother to destroy a Conference for Promoting Tolerance?

Tomorrow a Memorial Event for Anna Politkovskaya of the same kind will be taking place in Moscow. We'll be watching you.

The following text is a press release of a New York based organisation called Human Rights first. Their representative Neil Hicks is among the detained.

Neil Hicks and Oksana Chelysheva, an organiser of the event, have been here in Helsinki a number of times, like you can see by reading IStori (tag: "Russia" on the right hand side bar).


Harassment by Russian Authorities Another Attempt to Avert Investigation of Politkovskaya’s Murder

Human Rights First criticized the Russian government’s harassment of organizers and participants in events planned to mark the first anniversary of the assassination of Anna Politkovskaya, calling this interference another in a long list of official attempts to hinder a credible investigation of the journalist’s murder.

A representative from Human Rights First, who traveled to Russia to take part in the commemoration, has witnessed the government’s efforts to intimidate participants first-hand.

In advance of events scheduled for October 5-6 in Nizhny Novgorod, police raided the offices of the organizers, seizing several computers. Hotel reservations for several guests were cancelled due to a purported water leak, and a room booked for a press conference was suddenly rented for another conference. On October 5, traffic police towed away a minivan used by organizers to transport guests. Participants reported a heavy police presence at hotels and near the offices of human rights organizations.

“The Russian authorities are reminding us of the importance of Politkovskaya’s work in their own way, by trying to silence those who have gathered to commemorate her life,” said Maureen Byrnes, executive director of Human Rights First. “Instead of trying to uncover who was behind the murder, police are using their resources to harass local activists and intimidate foreign visitors.”

Human Rights First is concerned that the Russian authorities are trying to shift responsibility for Politkovskaya’s murder to unnamed forces outside the country. Ten suspects have been arrested in connection with the investigation. Despite the fact that the suspects included current and former members of Russia’s Federal Security Service, Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika claimed that “only individuals located outside the territory of the Russian Federation could have an interest in getting rid of Politkovskaya.”

“We call on the Russian government to carry out a prompt, thorough, impartial and transparent investigation into Politkovskaya’s murder that takes into account the clear evidence of the involvement of individuals with close ties to the security services,” Byrnes said.

Politkovskaya’s investigative journalism had made her many enemies inside Russia. Politkovskaya, who was gunned down in her apartment on October 7, 2006, was seen by many in the Russian human rights community as a colleague and ally. She worked closely with several human rights organizations to gather information about violations in Chechnya and to help the victims of the conflict.

“Few acts have done more to create the climate of uncertainty and insecurity for Russian human rights defenders than Politkovskaya’s assassination and the government’s refusal to adequately investigate it,” said Byrnes. “Official attempts to put a slanted interpretation on this tragic event are not consistent with the pursuit of justice.”

Monday, October 01, 2007

Democracy working. Until it is too late. // Very little things bringing happiness to me. (And not all of them are little.)

So. Putin could become the Prime Minister of Russia. He would like to continue as a strong ruler of the country the political system of which would thus take a step – or a giant leap, should I say – towards three or two-party system, (EDIT:) the ultimate goal being one-party dictatorship, since the smallest parties might be wiped out of the political map after the next elections when Putin's so-called party would get most of the votes. But that's democracy, isn't it? And it is an oligarchy already, right?

Russia Today
had already found praising commentaries. For someone, Putin has "improved Russia's image":

"I don’t the see the President as the second man. I think he should be number one. He has built up a new Russian state from nothing. He improved its image. I see him the as a life-long president," Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, said.

M.A. goes back to the hippie stage.

But I have recent little reasons for happiness:

1. Miss Funnybunny stuff. She's just great. She always is my number one. But now some more, not-so-evident-numberones.

1. I was riding Icelandic horses – or I rode a horse, we were six people – yesterday. Some of us including me rode in a forest for two hours – now it's time to hold your breath – WITHOUT A SADDLE! Only with a blanket on the horse's back. That is the coolest thing I have done for ages. I felt like an ancient American Indian, a link between the Earth and the Ancient Soul of the Eternity. (Geee whizzz!)

The photo: that's my Icelandic friend Gaukur, and me (wearing jeans, on the right).

1. I managed to remember to buy washing powder. Yes. We middle-aged boring working mothers love the idea of having a clean household. And I'm not kidding! I even bought two packages of non-toxic but lovely-smelling powders. (But because I am busy with zillion other things I tend to forget to be well-equipped all the time... End up using only half clean clothes for ages. And MR HP is even more busy.)

1. Two weeks ago we had a reunion (Edit: here, at my current office, decorated with candles and lots of wine - and that was more that just decoration) with my old work buddies. This get-together still makes me smile. We just met with some 15 people, with whom we worked in an environmental organisation 10–15 years ago. Some of us were working as campaigners or various officers, and some as activists. And all came who could make it. After the updates we danced. Prince and Earth, Wind and Fire, for heaven's sake!

But first we listened to, and told long – and when interrupted constantly, even longer – stories about our break-ups, divorces, new loved ones, new children, old children (even 30-year-olds!), houses some are building, houses some would like to build, new jobs, jobs we have happily quit... And about obscene works of art some have on their walls, like Yoko Ono's behind, or... well, never mind that one.

But even if it was funny and warm, I still got a bit sad: I have made friends with many new, nicest people, and I have had very good jobs, too, but I also understood I have never had as many as good work mates to spend my time with. And probably never will.

But these guys are not far away, any more.

1. Like I mentioned recently, I do run every day. Or every week day, 5 times a week. Only 2,5 km but nonetheless: I run! C'mon, give me some credit. My sixth week just started, so I have run more than 60 kilometres already.

A year ago I would not have believed this. And, not even ten years ago. Let alone 20. I am not a runner, never have been.

Mr Taiga is ready to some serious disco dancing.

Anna Politkovskaya Events. Her legacy is not fading.

Sunday the 7th of Oct is Vladimir Putin's birthday. This date will be remembered forever because that's when the respected journalist and human rights activist Anna Politkovskaya was murdered, in 2006.


I still remember the agony when hearing about her assasination. It was a beautiful Saturday in Frankfurt. Had just discussed about her in a short, informal meeting at the Book Fair. Later sitting alone by Zeil, the busiest shopping street, waiting for a Finnish Newsagency to call and ask for a comment. Calling Mr HP (who was there in Frankfurt but not with me at the shopping inferno) who was in tears on the phone. Trying to think about something to say to the journos. Watching CNN with pictures of Anna's murderer, thinking out loud "the guy with the cap does not look like a Chechen at all". Looking forward to coming home. Calling miss Funnybunny, who saw "auntie Anna" on TV many times during the following days. Or weeks.


In several countries there will be anniversary events taking place on Sunday. In Helsinki, we will gather at Koko-teatteri, Unioninkatu 45, at 6 pm. The program on stage is more artistic than political (music, poetry, prose), but I'm quite sure political issues will be discussed afterwards at the bar of Koko, by several active people; Finnish friends and readers of Anna's, and other people interested in Russian issues.

About Russian anniversary events I will report more soon once I get the more detailed info.

What I do know for sure is that both in Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod Anna's legacy will be honoured by beautiful, peaceful and respectful events.


Anna Politkovskaya at the Finnish Bookstore, Suomalainen kirjakauppa, in Helsinki 2003.

"Minä kirjoitan mitä näen."

sunnuntaina 7.10. kello 18 KOKO-teatterissa, os. Unioninkatu 45 (Pitkänsillan lähellä).
Liput viisi euroa.

Ohjelmassa musiikkia, runoja ja tietysti Politkovskajan tekstejä. Esiintyjinä nuoria suomalaisia muusikoita, Koko- ja Klockrike-teattereiden väkeä ja ihmisoikeusaktivisteja. Kerromme myös tuoreimmat terveiset ihmisoikeusaktivisteilta ja Annan ystäviltä Venäjältä. Sielläkin muistetaan Annaa samaan aikaan.

Illanvietto kestää vähän alle puolitoista tuntia. Tilaisuuden järjestää Suomen PEN.

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”Jag skriver det jag ser”

söndagen den 7.10 klockan 18 på KOKO-teatteri, Unionsgatan 45 (nära Långa bron). Biljetter fem euro.

På programmet står musik, dikter och naturligtvis Politkovskajas egna texter. De framförs av unga finländska musiker, skådespelare från Kokoteatteri och Klockriketeatern samt människorättsaktivister. Vi får också hälsningar av människorättsaktivister och Annas vänner i Ryssland. Också i Ryssland hedrar man Annas minne samtidigt som vi gör det.

Evenemanget räcker knappt en och en halv timme. Arrangör är Finlands PEN.