HomeHandi is a fascinating enterprise and refreshingly unique online platform. With the possibility to order a variety of dishes prepared by some rather talented cooks, this is ethnic cuisine at its best. Homemade meals lovingly prepared with a peppering of passion and a serious dash of authenticity. So for foreign nationals who have chosen to live in Maastricht, it is comforting to know that it’s possible to get a flavour of home even when abroad. Continue reading HomeHandi by Tracey Taylor
For the first time since its launch in 2005, one of the major international conferences on computational intelligence and computer games will be held in the Netherlands. Continue reading IEEE Conference in Maastricht: Game AI
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
Tracey Taylor will host Crumbs! in the new season of Shout-FM expat radio. Continue reading Crumbs! on Shout-FM radio
Four swimming Jack Russels in Maastricht city are taking Facebook by storm with their adorable pool videos. Continue reading Swimming JRT’s are about to go viral!
A cat in need of help. Liz Wolting of Animal’s Faith stepped up for her. She’s named June and will receive the best care now. You can help by donating via IBAN: NL32ABNA0409082740, Stichting Animal’s Faith in Maastricht with the description “for June”. On her behalf, thank you! Continue reading Animal’s Faith: June’s Story
French composer Francis Poulenc died two days after performing his last concert in Maastricht (1963). Continue reading Last concert Poulenc in Maastricht, 1963