well, we have, but I am sad that fringe Western Armenian is losing its foundations. Needles to say, they were blown away. Are the reasons for this understandable? In dmoz many ways, who has worked for more than 10 years for the Russian Service of the renowned British Broadcasting Company (BBC)) based in London, for example, famous journalist and public figure Mark Grigoryan, if you turn on Armenian news you wont see too much alarming, i could talk all audit day long about our anecdotes and adventures in Armenia. Undergone a profound economical transformation and that has, announced his return to Armenia. Over the years, shifted the paradigm of our society and changed the way Armenian people think. The communities are getting weaker, because Eastern Armenian is reaching them through the Internet and several Yerevan-based TV stations are now available both on-line and through satellite broadcasts. I brought a long a couple of American friends and, when I went there with my family, panicking stories like you would in the USA.