I was born in the UK but I spent a couple of years in Australia as a child, and there is a part of Oz that will always be in me. We moved to Belgium so my father could work at the Solvay HQ in Brussels. It was quite a difference in lifestyle, but we fell in love with the country.
Legendary artist Christo in Brussels
The Filem’on international film festival for young audiences is back for an 11th edition.
As shoppers around the world become increasingly aware of the environmental impact of what they buy, alternative shops are cropping up to cater to the socially conscious market.
A Brussels non-profit association has raised €15,000 to open an online art gallery to put young artists in contact with potential buyers who might not feel comfortable setting foot in a gallery.
La Fruitière, a cross between a cheese shop and a restaurant, offers a carefully curated selection of Belgian, French, Italian, Swiss and British cheeses.