Articles by

Eva Gabriella

After calling Malaysia her home for 19 years, Eva moved to Amsterdam to study literary and cultural analysis. Well, that was the academic theory — in reality it was more like “cultural shock.” Eva’s mastery of life in the Netherlands involved initiation into the richness of nocturnal hangouts, canals, cuisine, and upright and forthright cyclists (who she now rings her bell back at.) When she is not speeding her way through books, she is winding and weaving down endless straatjes, often finding herself, not so quite by chance, in a gezellig music bar!

Deadly plane crash kills three Dutch nationals in Croatia

The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that three Dutch nationals have died in a fatal...

More clouds and rain? Ja, the Netherlands starts this week off with gloomy weather

Clear skies and bright sunshine wouldn’t be appreciated as much in the Netherlands without a few clouds...

What? The Netherlands is dropping down the EU rankings for LGBTI+ rights

In a turn of events that feels very un-Dutch, the Netherlands has sunk another spot in the...

Flash delivery drivers in Amsterdam banned from settling in residential areas

Enough is enough! The municipality of Amsterdam has decided that flash delivery services no longer have a...

“No peace without justice”: Ukrainian leader Zelensky to deliver speech in the Netherlands today

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky landed in the Netherlands yesterday evening and is scheduled to deliver a speech. Although...

11 inspiring places to work or study in Delft

Whether you're a digital nomad, a student, working or just need a place to get stuff done,...

I lived in a former Dutch prison: here’s what it was like

One innovative response to the housing crisis hitting students in Amsterdam was to convert a former prison...

Better late than never: trains between Leiden and The Hague to resume April 21

Trains will resume between Leiden and The Hague after a fatal train incident that severely damaged the...