As the son of a doctor, Patrick Van de Mosselaer of Antwerp has had a lifetime’s practice organising appointments.
Aurelien Dumont has spent most of his life in Schaerbeek. The former mailroom clerk remembers when the Josaphat site was a marshalling yard for the national railway company.
There is perhaps nowhere in the world more naturally aligned with the bicycle than Belgium. As one of the first countries to embrace the bike, Belgium has been a pioneer in developing it as both a popular pursuit and a professional sport.
A "Tripadvisor for internships" launching in Brussels this week will allow young people to share anonymous data about the quality of job opportunities across Europe.
South African-Australian Richard Schaffer and French-born Mathilde Hatte both fell in love with the Saint-Gilles neighbourhood when they moved to Brussels three years ago. So they decided to open a restaurant.