By Elizabeth Walters/Argus
What does it mean to be Czech today, two decades after the collapse of communism? That was the question posed on summer day to people strolling through the Franciscan Gardens in central Prague. In this video report from the Argus, an online magazine produced by students in the ePhotojournalism program at Australia’s Griffith University, Czechs from a variety of age groups and walks of life reflect on the state of their lives and their country in 2009.
Click here to learn more about the Argus’ Velvet Revolution anniversary project and view other videos about the post-communist Czech experience.