Roland Gunst – half Flemish, half Congolese – uses installations, performances, film and video to explore the search for his own identity.
Belgium has an interim minority government to deal with the corona crisis. The emergency has exacerbated the division in the country. Will Belgium fall apart, or is it actually a laboratory for Europe?
In the 19th century, a very particular kind of tourist came to Flanders: foreigners looking for a quiet place to fight.
Flemish and Dutch people have a totally different relationship with their language. Editor-in-chief Luc Devoldere explains why.
How is the Dutch language doing?
What are those Low Countries actually that we are always talking about? Editor-in-chief Luc Devoldere explains.
On a visit to the Flemish town of Lier, British journalist Derek Blyth discovers a wedding that changed history, the world’s most complex clock and some of life’s sweet pleasures.
Ons Erfdeel vzw launches a platform with the ambition to inform you about artistic, cultural and societal topics in the Low Countries.
In the 19th century, rabbits from Flanders became a popular source of cheap meat for the poor of London. They came by boat, so they called them 'Ostend Rabbits'.
Flanders has been synonymous with bicycle racing for many years, but is cycling truly ‘ours’, as one popular Flemish newspaper keeps claiming?
Fifty years ago, Eddy Merckx won his first Tour de France, a few moments later the first man set foot on the moon.
When you travel to West Wales you might end up in 'Little Flanders', once the home of 'brave and robust hard workers'.