We continue our special summer coverage with coffee roastery Mok, Bollywood dancing, hamburgers at Green Mango, a guided tour in Brussels with Derek Blyth and the Eyptian author Maher Hamoud, who wrote a book about Belgium.
In this edition of our special summer series we go to Korres; a Greek shop where they sell natural products for men and women, the book shop Het Ivoren Aapje and a boxing club in the Marollen district.
In this report, we meet Henri Zerdoun, a French freelance photographer who got the travel bug when he went to Ireland in 1968 and has since worked in countries like Israel, China, Lebanon, Algerian and Africa. His exhibition Le Regard En Suspens is on in Brussels Halles St. Gery until 28 August.
In this report, BRUZZ International heads to a carwash in the area of Boniface that has become a temporary exhibition about the suffering felt by all those who try to come to Europe in search of a better life.
In this report, we meet Hannes Delcroix and his family. The young man has just fulfilled a lifetime dream by signing a professional contract with RSC Anderlecht. Despite his ongoing success, he has never forgotten his Haitian roots.
In this report, we take a look at the 20th edition of the Kunstenfestivaldesarts that took place in May and saw 31 artistic projects dotted around the city of Brussels. The popular annual event promotes work by both Belgian and foreign artists.
In this report, we meet Richard Medic, a man whose toddler daughter invented the language for a new song for Europe. Born and raised in Melbourne, Richard has worked as a writer, musician and a pastry chef before moving to Europe in 2001.