A world-famous furniture museum, a traditional home and an age-old tea-drinking ritual on Monday were highlights of the first day of the visit to South Korea by King Philippe and Queen Mathilde.

Netflix Office opens in Brussels

Saturday, 23 March 2019 11:43
The American video platform Netflix just opened an office in Brussels, l’Echo announced Saturday.
A resident of the U.S. state of Ohio is on a fast with a difference: no food, only beer.
The possible removal of the Aalst Carnival from the list of UNESCO world heritage sites will be examined in December, following the controversy sparked by floats denounced as anti-Semitic, the UN body said on Friday.

2,000€ a month to do whatever you want

Monday, 18 March 2019 01:58
What would you do if you had enough money to live and you were free to do whatever you wanted?

Think inside the box

Sunday, 17 March 2019 13:30
The smallest concert hall in the world is coming to a square near you.
Online streaming platform Netflix has decided to cut scenes of the real train crash at Buizingen in Flemish Brabant from Death Note, a horror film which Netflix released in 2017.
Moroccan artist Dominique Rebibo’s new solo show - ‘Looking Out‘ – will be exhibited in Brussels’ Gallery 151 from 28 March to 28 May.
The 11th edition of Brussels Affordable Art Fair will open its doors on Thursday in Brussels Tour and Taxis venue.
Belgian violinist Sylvia Huang is among 71 candidates from 20 countries pre-selected for the first public round of the 2019 Queen Elisabeth Violin Competition.