Articles by

Francine Zauner

Born and raised in Asia, Francine has lived 20 years in Hong Kong and 6 years in Bali. She is French and Chinese, which has given her the ability to understand individuals from various cultures. She is passionate about writing, journalism, teaching and philanthropy. She is also dedicated to environmental and charity projects in order to create a better world. Francine is a Native English Teacher and has a CertTESOL qualification from Trinity College London. She has a Diploma of Journalism (ICI, UK) and received the Highest Mark in the world for her AS Level English Language and Literature exam (2012). Francine spends her days eating bitterballen and finding out which Dutch festival is happening next.

My Escape Club: your key to escape room fun in Amsterdam

Escaping reality is an interesting component of the human condition. If you could jump into a book...

11 things to know before taking a taxi in Amsterdam

Taking a taxi in the Netherlands can be a complicated business. Unless you know the ropes it...

‘Kick Out Zwarte Piet’ group demands greater security protection following assault on meet-up in The Hague

On Friday night, five people between the ages of 13 and 37, were arrested following an attempted...

Netherlands: Go out or chill at home this weekend? Weather: Yes.

Ahhh yes, the dreadful work week is finally nearly over. It is time for our beloved beer...

Sex discrimination in the Dutch workplace is still a thing: study

Sex discrimination in the workplace is still a regular occurrence, but who would have guessed that this...
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