António Buscardini

25 July 2020

Casa Ermelinda: a reference in Portuguese wine

Founded in 1920 by Deonilde Freitas, and continued by Germana Freitas and later by Ermelinda Freitas, the company has always had a special interest in wine. […]
20 July 2020
Alden Biesen

Alden Biesen Castle gained a new life with Martin’s Rentmeesterij

Did you know that Belgium holds a world record for castles? In fact, Belgium has more castles per kilometer than any country in the world. There […]
16 July 2020

Cities respond to Covid-19 crisis:
Interview with Ricardo Rio, Mayor of Braga

Braga is one of the most visited cities in Portugal. This city is the 3rd biggest in the country, but so far remains with a low […]
11 July 2020

Hongcun, One of the Most Beautiful Villages in China

Hongcun is an ancient village in the Chinese province of Anhui. Many of the buildings are more than 800 years old. They date back to the […]
22 June 2020
Samarkand

Discovering Central Asia
through the eyes of Samarkand

Samarkand is one of the oldest cities in the world and arguably the most famous one of modern Uzbekistan. Located in the south-west of the country, […]
16 June 2020

The life of an Ambassador during Covid-19

Ambassador of Uzbekistan to the Kingdom of Belgium, Dilyor Khakimov, speaks about his life as a Digital Diplomat, the actions taken by the government of Uzbekistan […]
15 June 2020

Shakhrisabz: Capital of the Maqom music

It is not easy to travel to Uzbekistan from Brussels. Unfortunately, our Brussels airport doesn’t have any direct connection to Central Asia. One who aims to […]
15 June 2020
Uzbekistan

A Night in the Uzbek Desert:
Ayaz Kala

My trip started in Khiva. Step 1: Khiva Khiva is one of the pearls of Central Asia – together with Samarkand and Bukhara – due to […]
15 June 2020

Documentary on the Navruz celebrations

In 2019, BOZAR welcomed the celebrations of Navruz in Brussels. From the Middle-East to China, this is the most important celebration of the year. The festival […]
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