Yan Ting Yuen (49) was born in Hong Kong, but her parents moved to the Netherlands when she was six years young. They settled in Maastricht where they opened a Chinese restaurant, Asia, in the center of town. Her documentary, My Father’s Choice, examines their family history in liaison to major changes in China and it balances questions and answers offering food for thought. Continue reading Documentary: My Father’s Choice
DJ Marcelle van Hoof relocated from Maastricht to Amsterdam after finishing high school. Music’s always been a main interest, so it’s no wonder she spends her nights as a DJ across the globe. Continue reading DJ Marcelle van Hoof: New Album!
Raymond Mirrer is a conceptual artist and filmmaker residing in Amsterdam. He grew up in Maastricht city, but has his roots in the former Dutch colony, the Dutch East Indies. Raymond posted an article from Jeff Keasberry and his Dutch Indonesian Heritage Cuisine on Facebook, and since we’re enjoying near tropical temperatures this weekend, having an Indische Huzarensalade to come home to from running errands or a day at the beach, is a luxury everyone can afford. Continue reading Dutch-Indo food and hospitality (2)