The Japan Times
Much more than mere vandalism
Anne Frank's account of the two years she spent hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam during World War II, before ultimately dying in a concentration camp, is one of the most well-known books in Japan.
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Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Northern Echo
Have you considered 'going Dutch?'
BRITISH students who have been studying in the Netherlands are visiting the North-East to invite school and college leavers to "go Dutch" for a day.
Brevard professor to lead trip to Iceland
Brevard College geology professor Jim Reynolds will lead an 11-day excursion to Iceland this summer for Smithsonian Journeys, the Smithsonian Institution's Travel Program.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Special Envoy To Monitor And Combat Anti-Semitism Forman To Visit The ...
Ira Forman will travel to London, Amsterdam and The Hague March 4-7. While in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, he will meet with Jewish and other faith leaders, government officials, non-governmental organizations, and educators.
Dutch ambassador visits Cleveland to meet a trading partner
Ambassador Rudolf Bekink was in town Thursday and Friday touring a city that has grown busy with Dutch business and culture.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
DGAP-News: Wereldhave acquires full ownership of shopping centre De...
News: Wereldhave / Wereldhave acquires full ownership of shopping centre De Koperwiek in Capelle a/d IJssel, the Netherlands 28.02.2014 / 07:45 --------------------------------------------------------------------- Schiphol, the Netherlands, 2014-02-28 07:45 CET -- Wereldhave has reached agreement with Van der Vorm Vastgoed on the acquisition of ... (more)
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Amsterdam ranks low among international student cities
The Netherlands is not doing enough to attract international students. In a new report released by The Class of 2020, a higher education research foundation, Amsterdam ranks at the very bottom of a list comparing nine European student cities.
Expedition Silk Road: Exhibition in Amsterdam offers a glimpse of long-lost civilizations
A view of a sculpture during the press viewing of the exhibition "Expedition Silk Road" at the Hermitage museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on February 27, 2014.
Bicycle roundabout in the sky in the Netherlands, Hovenring
Lloyd has written about potential bike highways in the London sky a couple of times, but did you know the Netherlands already has a bicycle roundabout in the sky? The Netherlands is known for its bicycle-friendly streets and bike paths , so you'd probably think that bicycle infrastructure in the sky would be completely unnecessary there.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Study: Teens Do Even Better With Lesbian Parents Than Straight Ones
Teenagers in families with continuously coupled lesbian parents have higher self-esteem and fewer behavior problems than those in families with similarly stable heterosexual parents, a new study indicates.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Shallow Man Guide to Dating the Dutch
Learn all about the Dutch romantic scene in Simon Woolcot's new book " The Shallow Man Guide to Dating the Dutch " and enjoy the hilarious commentary about looking for love in the Netherlands! Three months ago, author Simon Woolcot released his acclaimed The Amsterdam Confessions of a Shallow Man , a comedic account of his privileged, somewhat ... (more)
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Netherlands set for 2014 spotlight
The Netherlands is gearing up for a series of events putting the small nation in Europe's 2014 spotlight.
M&S opens flagship store in Netherlands
Marks & Spencer has unveiled details of its flagship store located at the newly renovated De Markies development in The Hague.
This Is What Things Look Like In A Town With No Roads
How much do you want to live in--or barring that, visit--a place where there are no cars? What a dream come true.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Vertical reality? Digitisation has sent cinema in a whole new direction
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Press & Sun-Bulletin
Neighbors: Horseheads college student learns about EU in Netherlands
Next time you're wondering how the European Union governing process works, ask Morgan Wieziolowski of Horseheads.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
NETHERLANDS: M&S opens largest continental Europe store
Marks & Spencer has opened a flagship store in the Netherlands, the retailer's largest EU store outside of the UK and its first major presence in the country for more than ten years.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
The Crate by Fietsklik: A foldable, lockable cargo system on wheels...
No one knows how to live on two-wheels quite like the Dutch. The lowland nation is home to some of the most extensive cycling infrastructure as well as some of the highest rates of bike commuters in the world.
Students invited to Dutch universities fair in Somerset on February 27
A CONSORTIUM of Dutch Universities, led by University College Utrecht, will be visiting Taunton School on the evening of Thursday, February 27, as their only South West stop in 2013-14 and students from all schools are invited to attend.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Old English scholar Netherlands bound for university tour
Scholar Michael Gibson will be touring universities in Netherlands to give them a taste of Old English poetry and life Michael Gibson, a scholar of Middle and Old English Poetry, will be touring universities in the Netherlands this weekend, putting on special performances for fellow scholars and students.