MOSCOW: ''He came to Moscow to meet me after two weeks,'' said Katya, 33, about the man she met on line in February. ''Now we are texting and speaking every day. He is totally my guy. Sometimes its worth waiting a little longer for the right person.'' He was born in Odessa, but now lives in New York City. Katya was also born in Ukraine, but raised in Siberia. She moved to Moscow five years ago. But now she plans to move to New York. ''I love Moscow, but I feel at home in New York, she said.
MOSCOW: Denis is due to become a father for the first time in January. His family will then be seven: him, his wife and newborn and four huskies, including two puppies. Raised in Yakutia, Denis acquired the Huskies a few years ago only after he settled down in the St. Petersburg suburbs. Ironically, the gave rise to a business... While working at a printing company, Denis made a t-shirt with the image of his huskies. As often happens, friends asked for one, Denis printed 50 more and they went quickly. ''It made me realize that people are interested in this and I decided to continue in this direction. Denis quit his job and created his own clothing brand under the name Taiga. The toughest thing at the moment is the strenthening dollar, said Denis. It is pushing up