With summer and holidays approaching, the new Bridge is full of travel: we’ll visit exotic South Korea and little-known places in Scotland, offer tips on how to save money when travelling the world, and go to space thanks to a special “student” satellite that the Prague Planetarium is about to launch. Since May, June and July are marked by three major holidays in the United States, we’ll take a look at what Americans actually celebrate and why. And because the complicated world events of recent years have made it increasingly necessary to be able to distinguish valid information from disinformation, we’ll look at that issue and how to recognize disinformation. And to lighten the load, you can read about curious sports and have fun with the winning student entries from the best nonsense poetry competition. We wish you an enjoyable reading experience and a successful end to the school year!