Instead of Soviet propaganda, there’re Russian crime gangs, I’m at home in the Czech Republic
Světlana Synáková, née Kleshnikova, was born on the 15th November of 1971 in the town of Belorechensk in the Kuban region in the then Soviet Union. She spent the first three years of her life at the Chukotka peninsula, then she lived in the town of Mirnyy in the middle of the taiga forests where her father worked as a rescue and her mother taught Russian language and literature. In 1983, they moved to Tuapse at the foot of the Caucasus mountains and at the Black sea coast due to persistent bad health. After Svetlana went through the so-called ten-year-school, she enrolled a college of linguistics. After having graduated, she taught English at a private high school in Moscow. Then she returned to the Caucasus where she worked as a caretaker in a seaside spa where children recovered from the health damage caused by the Chernobyl disaster. In the 1990’s, she met her future husband in Ukraine. Later, they moved to Brno where Svetlana led a dance school. Nowadays (2020), she still lives in Brno with her husband and their children. She works as a vegan and vegetarian chef. In 2019, she published Atlas of Soups.