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Belgian, b. 1948
White Gold Fairytale Has A Hard Time
Once upon a time, snowfall was abundant in the Alps. Villagers were mostly confined to their home during the long winter months and local economy of the Alps came to standstill. In the 1930’s well-off tourists ventured to the higher valleys and started tracing tracks on the virgin slopes with skis. A mainly luxurious infrastructure was set up little by little. Mountain tourism during the winter wa
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Trisha Brown: 1936-2017
Mar 24, 2017
Trisha Brown, an influential dancer and choreographer, died on Saturday March 19th at the age of 80. She is remembered for her brainy, sensual choreography, as well as engaging composers and artists like Robert Rauschenberg in her productions.
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Cyclocross’ Cradle is Belgian
Mar 10, 2017
Take a small village in the Flanders. It is raining or foggy with near-freezing temperatures on muddy fields or on narrow paths in a forest growing on steep hills. Add a set of stairs and pitches of sand. Put a few wooden beams across the track. Now join a group with road bikes fitted and start racing as hard as you can for one hour, trying to be the first to cross the finish line. You’ll be running,...
TTIP and CETA Demonstration in Brussels
Nov 2, 2016
In the past weeks, thousands have taken to the streets of Brussels to protest against the signing of TTIP and CETA free trade deals.
The agreements will affect the way goods are traded between the EU and the US and Canada, but demonstrators are concerned that the agreement could affect food, labour and environmental standards across the member states.
On October 30th, 2016, around 100 anti-globalisation protesters...
TIPP - Demonstration in Brussels
Sep 21, 2016
Thousands took the street in Brussels on Sunday 18th September to protest against the current talks over TTIP and CETA free trade deals.
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Assassination of Kem Ley, Cambodian Activist
Jul 12, 2016
On the morning of Sunday 10th, political activist Kem Ley was shot dead in a service station of Phnom Penh.
An angry crowd of about 1000 people gathered in front of the shop, preventing the authorities from carrying away the body in an ambulance.
This assassination is yet another strong sign of a continuously deteriorating political climate in Cambodia.
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