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Its activities are devoted mainly to cardiologists in training, but one of our analyses revealed a very surprising and pleasing finding, that there is also a large number of cardiology enthusiasts among medical students who would be interested in cardiology lectures.Mimi, tell me about some of the things they have on sale here, some of these fruits and vegetables I don't think I even recognise. "This one I think they call in English lychee." Ah, lychees, of course. But it's very good for your body, a lot of vitamins, some kind of gengseng.It's very good also for children, so Vietnamese and Chinese people love this. We are going to taste this." We're going to taste some now? So the food has arrived Mimi, there's a plate of rice pancakes in front of us, and also three bowls of soup with what look like lumps of chicken in it. "Actually the sauce is fish sauce." Fish sauce "Yes, and fish sauce is very typical sauce in Vietnam.The first stop was in Prague, where the lectures were attended by approximately 60 students, followed by Brno city where the audience consisted of 80 students.The content of lectures was formed from topics across the entire Cardiology spectrum (ischemic heart disease, heart failure, arrhythmias).