Usually, people move from small towns to big cities in search of better opportunities. But this does not concern David Avetisyan who moved from the capital Yerevan to small, but peaceful Gyumri along with his partner.
Hayk Zalibekyan talks about how he created the Gradarak project with his colleagues - libraries and public spaces in the villages of Armenia.
The story of a young woman who became interested in cars and now works in an auto shop in Yerevan, Armenia.
Anik Margaryan knows how to love reading and disagrees with the popular stereotype that young people are rarely interested in books these days
Eric participated in the Second Karabakh war and got wounded. Upon returning home, he took up sculpturing. His exhibition 'Life after the war' has recently opened in Yerevan
“It seems that fathers are not involved in the upbringing of children. In fact, this is not the case, ”JAMnews vlogger explains why he decided to break the stereotypes
The author of this video visited the Asp Riding Club to overcome his phobia of horses - and it looks like he succeeded
Lusine Akopyan has been making paper dolls for 3 years. She gets upset when they get sold, as she prefers to gift them. It takes her five “days of love” to make each doll
“I want people to travel more. Two years ago, I myself perceived everything differently, not the way I do now”
“This work helped me achieve harmony with myself,” says Lusine Aleksanyan, woman who makes Armenian khachkar stone-crosses
Even after years of weekly workout sessions since 2013, street workout remains an unusual sight for locals.
“You wake up every morning knowing you are needed, you have something important to do,” says Ashot Mikaelyan. He never planned on becoming a gardener, but has been working in a park in Yerevan for over a year.
Our vlogger visited an apiary, talked to a beekeeper with 30 years of experience and learned the sad truth of the “family life” of bees. Fresh honey with butter and lavash helped him feel better
Felons used to be sent here. They would be thrown into deep pits and forgotten forever. That is how the monastery got its name – Khor Virap, meaning ‘deep pit’.
Here you will not find attempts to convince you to get vaccinated or not. Only information about vaccination, the process and side effects.
This is a story about the Teishebaini fortress, built in honor of the Urartian god of war, thunder and storm. The ruins of the fortress are located near Lake Sevan in Armenia. Our vlogger tells us about how it was built and shows us the remnants.
Scientists found that soil sticks to the fat on their feathers, making them too heavy to fly long distances. How did this happen and what will they do next? Answers – in the video
Dried fruits and ‘sour lavash’, which is used in desserts and unusual vegetable dishes. Who cooks them in Garni and how – vlogger Grigor Harutyunyan tells use all about it