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Crossroads Decriminalization Feature

Today the Crossroads team is visiting Rotterdam, a vibrant port city in The Netherlands, famous for its relaxed drug policy. Yet it might surprise some that actually Portugal is the…

RIF010: Urban Surfing in Rotterdam

RIF010: Urban Surfing in Rotterdam

In this radio feature, I talk about RIF010, an artificial wavepool that will be build in Rotterdam this year. I explain what the project is and I cover both the…

From Cologne “RAPEfugees” to German segregation

From Cologne “RAPEfugees” to German segregation

The joy and happiness of multiple German women on New Year’s Eve in Cologne were certainly burdened as many were sexually assaulted and robbed by foreign immigrants and refugees. The…

National Geographic Travel Radio: Uganda

National Geographic Travel Radio: Uganda

National Geographic Travel Radio   In this weeks National Geographic Travel Radio our host Jan Thurm will be talking to Daniel Roelands, a third-year International Business Administration student from Rotterdam,…

Digging deeper: a student’s opinions on Aamir Khan

In this week’s Radio 1 feature, we dig deeper into the Aamir Khan effect that has imploded on social media all over India. Trust me when I say it’s going…

Christmas in Paris in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks

This radio feature is about the Christmas atmosphere in Paris in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of 13/11/2015. Through interviews of both tourists and locals, as well as detailed…

The World’s Voice: ‘Sustainable Development Goals’

The World’s Voice: ‘Sustainable Development Goals’

In Radio 8’s weekly program ‘The World’s Voice’, Inge Lamberts tackles current issues and goes on the streets to ask people about their opinion. This week, she investigates the Global…

Buzzfeed Breakdown

In this feature, Nadia talks about the upcoming media empire that is called Buzzfeed. The website & its corresponding media channels have grown extensively over the past few years. What is…

Going Dark – The Fight Against Terrorists And Encrypted Communication

Going Dark – The Fight Against Terrorists And Encrypted Communication

When considering terrorist attacks, such as the massacre in Paris on November 13th, how is it possible that the attackers were able to communicate, plan and carry out the attacks,…

Meet Us At The Crossroads

  Welcome to the world of Crossroads Magazine. Before you start reading our stories, let us introduce ourselves. We are a team of five young journalism students producing a lifestyle…

“And she died happily ever after”

One week ago a Dutch girl named Dascha Graafsma jumped, after disappearing after a night out in Hilversum, in front of the train. Was she pushed, was she forced to…

Say it loud. Say it clear. Refugees have made us fear?

Say it loud. Say it clear.  Refugees have made us fear?

The incessant flow of refugees is questioning Germany’s possibilities and social stability. Angela Merkel’s policy of open door needs refurbishment. Initially considered heaven on Earth for refugees, Germany is now…

The Aamir Khan Effect: A New Wave Of Indian Patriotism?

The Aamir Khan Effect: A New Wave Of Indian Patriotism?

Quite recently, famous actor and philanthropist Aamir Khan made some comments about his family’s feelings regarding spending their lives in India. “Sometimes, Kiran (his wife) is scared about the future…

Reflecting on Citizenship – The personal Proximity to Statelessness

When being asked to introduce oneself, people draw on key facets of their identity such as age, gender, ethnicity or nationality. During my travels, for example, I would introduce myself…

“Because I am one of them”

Flight 4U9525, the media’s coverage and society has another idea what depressions must be like. A widespread disease labeled with the idea of suicide. But is that all? Hannah tells…

The Quest for a Better Future: Multiculturalism and the Dutch Liberal Model.

Image: www.dutchnews.nl The terrorist attacks perpetrated in Paris on November 13th, 2015, gave rise to a climate of fear where Islamophobia has spread in an exponential rate throughout Europe. In…

Social media: youth’s voice of resistance in the Paris attacks of 13/10/2015

Social media: youth’s voice of resistance in the Paris attacks of 13/10/2015

Paris, 13th November 2015, 21:15, explosions are heard near the Stade de France, marking the beginning of a cold-hearted, barbarous terrorist attack. At that same moment, I’m laying on the…

Gentrification in Berlin

Berlin, baby “I have been to Berlin five times already. And I will go again around New Years” says Evy V., Arts and Culture student at Erasmus University Rotterdam. And…

MALE MODELS SUFFER TOO

Men and eating disorders: Why pay attention to it? Her name was Isabelle Caro, she was a model. Died at the age of 28 in November 2010. The cause of…

Waking Up On the Wrong Side of the Road

Waking Up On the Wrong Side of the Road

Waking Up on the Wrong Side of the Road Written by Romana M. Moussa   We all have those days when nothing goes as planned, everything is just simply pissing…

People Like Us: Understanding ISIS

People Like Us: Understanding ISIS

It seems everyone knows where they were on November 13th, the night of the Paris attacks. I ask you to reach back and place yourself in that moment again. Where…

Refugee Life through the Eyes of a Child

Refugee Life through the Eyes of a Child

Omar (12 years old) is one of the ten thousands refugees from Iraq who dared to risk their lives by fleeing their country. About three months ago, Omar and his…

Here comes the Bern – and he is here to stay

Here comes the Bern – and he is here to stay

When 10.000 people gathered in the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Madison Wisconsin on the first of July this year, they were not going to see Coldplay or Miley Cyrus, neither…

Lockdown in Brussels: Let the Terror Weekend Begin

Lockdown in Brussels: Let the Terror Weekend Begin

“It didn’t seem real to me until I saw one just next to me”, that is what Alice, a 20 years old student, felt when she entered Grand Central Station…

Should having fun be a crime?

Should having fun be a crime?

  John Brouwer’s* (21) dream of working as a creative business developer in the United States has been destroyed in a single crushing blow, when what was supposed to be…

Cyber Warfare in the Age of Terror

How ISIS and intelligence agencies fight the communication battle behind the scenes The November 13th massacre in Paris left at least 128 people dead. The coordinated and systematic attacks carried…

Praying for Paris is wrong and here’s why

When it comes to the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, the call for prayer on social media platforms is irritating. Although it is always maintained, the Islamist terrorism has nothing…

How your Facebook profile picture can save the world…and your ego!

How your Facebook profile picture can save the world…and your ego!

The news is shocking. Last night, on November 13, 2015, 130 people were killed in a terrorist attack in Paris. It is the number one news story all over the…

Because: ‘All refugees should just go home’

In today’s western world everyone has freedom of speech and most people also have the ability to share their opinion online with hundreds/thousands of others. However without thinking of spreading…

Healthcare dictatorship: the power of insurance companies

Healthcare dictatorship: the power of insurance companies

Fresh out of college, Contessa Achterberg started her own independent speech therapy practice in the east of the Netherlands, which has now been running for 28 years. As a devoted…

S.O.S. Save our Social Centres!

De Vloek is an independent social centre supporting creative expression, attracting visitors from across the continent. As an autonomous space, it does not rely on financial support from the government,…

World News

Pim Carp, 376850 In this news radio podcast I, Dave Burgundy, alongside a team of determined journalists, will be presenting the most important developments in the world at this very…

Radio Feature on the upcoming IBCoM Exchange

Second year IBCoM students are applying for their third year’s exchange. However, not all students are deciding to go on exchange. I talked to a couple of students to find…

A call out to stay strong

A call out to stay strong

With recent events, the threat of terrorism is rising everywhere. However, we must not allow them to bring fear into our lives. We must stay strong and fight against terrorism…

Radio Faeature: Rotterdam is worth visiting!

According to the New York Times, Rotterdam belongs to the top 52 places to go in 2014. Next to world cities like Cape Town and Los Angeles, and magical places…

Lousy Landlords – Student Stories by Melissa de Jonge

Tonight’s Student Stories will explore the subject of student houses, and most importantly, the bad state most student houses are in. Following on the recent event in Ede, where the floor…

GTPA as supporter of our civil servants

  Since 2011, violence and aggression towards policemen has gotten a lot of attention due to its serious nature. The number of registered cases has been growing ever since, but…

How Intercity’s can make dreams come true

Dordrecht is a small city that is situated 20 kilometers southerly from Rotterdam. The central station of Dordrecht is always very crowded with people who are traveling to work or…

Expelled for Being Gay

In 2012, I attended a private Christian school called Crosspoint Academy in Washington State. In October, they came under fire after expelling a student, named Megan, after she came out…

Drugs are not the devil

Drugs are not the devil

Going through the headlines of Dutch newspapers over the past few weeks, one point becomes clear: ecstasy is bad, taking it is irresponsible, and drugs have to be banned from…

The underground business of Dutch baby milk powder

The underground business of Dutch baby milk powder

  “Charlotte, can you do me a favour? Please log into my friends’ WeChat account and post these pictures, make sure to put the location setting with it”. This was…

The positive side of ‘Zwarte Piet’

In the last year there has been a worldwide discussion about our Dutch celebration called ‘Sinterklaas’. The racist background of this celebration and especially of the sidekick of Sinterklaas named…

Bill Cosby: How he betrayed a generation

Bill Cosby: How he betrayed a generation

              Last October, American actor and comedian Bill Cosby suddenly got a lot of media attention. During a performance, standup comedian Hannibal Buress accused…

When refugees cross their borders

The journey One last time did I look back to the streets behind me. The streets that I called home. The streets where I learned to ride my first bike,…

I’m a Legal Alien; I’m a Turkish Man in Holland

I’m a Legal Alien; I’m a Turkish Man in Holland

For decades now, Germany, Switzerland, and the Netherlands have been home to several million Turkish immigrants. Although Turkish immigrants have spread around the world very rapidly in the past few…

Meanwhile: Grenoble saves itself from advertising

Meanwhile: Grenoble saves itself from advertising

A world without any ads, without evil companies invading our lives trying to convince us to consume their products and without this whole segment of industry that is advertising: can…

Is school the most important? The problem around education for asylum children.

Is school the most important? The problem around education for asylum children.

At the end of September another crisis shelter opens for the asylum seekers that came to the Netherlands. It are the Ijsselhallen in Zwolle, a place which is usually used…

Zwarte Piet: How tradition can divide a nation

Zwarte Piet: How tradition can divide a nation

I am Dutch and I love traditions. I really do. Who thinks of Dutch traditions will probably think of King’s Day, eating herring, or the celebration of Sinterklaas on December…

Don’t you forget about me: 4 reasons those in their ‘80s deserve some attention

How many times have you seen them in the corner of your eye, while riding past in your car or on your bike? Those blank sad stares, glazing over the…

The curse of feminism: What makes you so afraid to admit that you are a feminist

“The feminist agenda is not about equal rights for women. It is about a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft,…

Kieft as winner of the NS audience prize: an unwise surprise

Kieft as winner of the NS audience prize: an unwise surprise

Every single day an abundance of delays, packed like sardines on our way to work, and sky high prices robbing our purses. It is almost obvious to say that we…

Threatened in their homeland: Crimean Tatars after the annexation

Threatened in their homeland: Crimean Tatars after the annexation

“Don’t forget about Crimea”, as Mustafa Dzhemilev, the spiritual leader of the Crimean Tatar community told Breitbart News on 5 August 2014 when appealing to the international community. While all…

Bangs and bones: when archaeology is held in high esteem

Opinion by Anna Subich     In early November I caught a few last sunbeams of the year visiting my old friends in Jerusalem, Israel. One fragrant evening, on our…

Bankruptcy of Dutch landlords caused by Dutch government

Bankruptcy of Dutch landlords caused by Dutch government

Paying for your studies by selling DUO beer? Two students from Groningen, the Netherlands, created their own beer with named DUO (the government departement that pays your studiefinanciering every month).…

I’m somewhat of a Lefty

Ilyas Boujdi is a 21-year-old student who breaks the myth that young people are not interested in politics. Not only does he support the Socialist Party (the SP), he is…

Slag Bij Waterloo Festival

Slag Bij Waterloo Festival

A film promoting the upcoming Slag Bij Waterloo Festival on August 30th. Paredes_Nick_Goup_FMore Posts…

New Rotterdam Station inaugurated

13th of March 2014, after 6 long years since 2008, the new Rotterdam central station is ready to open. It all started when the role as a transport hub was…

King Kong Hostel opens gates

This past weekend, on Saturday the 8th of March, the King Kong hostel opened its gates to the public. Situated in close proximity to the city center, and more specifically,…

Erasmus University announces Science Festival for May

 After major changes and constructions on its campus since 2010, on May 24 Erasmus University Rotterdam is going to open its doors once again and invites everyone of all ages…

National VVD says poster was local initiative

Since elections are around the corner, political parties have been campaigning throughout the country. In Rotterdam, one campaign has sparked national debate, with its daring text “In Rotterdam we speak…

Crime rates go down in Zoetermeer

Zoetermeer, a city that has been booming in many areas such as the entertainment and recreation sector, has been a city many people visit and live in. Zoetermeer being known…

Explore Rotterdam with the new Food Card

International Students Rotterdam (also, “Your International Family”) is an organisation founded in 2011 in order to make international students feel at home. Its goal is to help internationals integrate into…

Rotterdam: Defective escalators cause delay in Maastunnel

On the 9th of March 2014 the city of Rotterdam closed three out of four escalators of the southern entrance/exit of the Maastunnel. Everyone who uses the Maastunnel by bike…

Winterswijk celebrates Mondriaan’s 142nd birthday

Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan, or as most people know him: Piet Mondriaan, would have reached the age of 142 this weekend. As one of the most famous Dutch painters, along with…

Warmest March day in decades

(ROTTERDAM; March 9, 2014) Last Sunday was the warmest day of the year so far and the warmest day in March recorded in the last decade, making the Netherlands one…

Rotterdam ready for royal Central Station opening

12 Mar 2014, Rotterdam — Preparations are being made for King Willem-Alexander who shall officially open the doors to the new, redeveloped Rotterdam Central Station at 2pm on the 13th of March.…

Rotterdam introduces on-bill travelling

 A new paying system for the public transport is being tested in Rotterdam. Since March 3 citizens using the public transport facilities can travel on bills. Therefore the new system…

The Hague: Groot Hertoginnelaan reopened to traffic

Since the start of 2011, plans have been created to renovate one of the main residential streets in The Hague. The street being: The Groot Hertoginnelaan, plans were made to…

Rotterdamn’it prepared for the season final

On the upcoming Sunday, Rotterdam’s Ultimate Frisbee team Rotterdamn’it is attempting to reach its season goal of promoting to the third Dutch division on the last competition day of the…

Travellers welcome new travel credit card in Rotterdam

On the 3rd of March 2014 the pilot phase of a new payment system for public transportation started in Rotterdam. Public transportation users in Rotterdam can from now on register…

Highest winter temperatures reached in Rotterdam

Unusual temperatures in the Netherlands for this time of the year, never has there been a warmer weekend measured in this time of March. Saturday the temperature reached 16 degrees…

Eko Plaza opens new shop in Amsterdam

On the 5th of March, Eko Plaza, one of the major biological food suppliers, opened a new shop in Amsterdam (Kruisweg 666).  Eko Plaza aims at providing the customers with a…

VVD’s posters stir controversy in Rotterdam

March 7, 2014 – ‘In Rotterdam we speak Dutch’- this is the message sent by VVD, the People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy in the Netherlands. The posters with this…

Rotterdam: Two die in train accident

With the train traffic being extremely busy in the Netherlands accidents will happen from time to time. Unfortunately sometimes these accidents cost lives. Whether an accident that happens because of…

Rotterdam women raise funds for Mama Cash

On the 8th of March 2014, international women’s day was celebrated all over the world. Google dedicated their logo to the cause, and events were held in numerous places. In…

Rotterdam: King Kong Hostel Opens

An urban hostel located in Witte de Withstraat, Rotterdam, has finally opened “after a year of renovation”, as said by KING KONG Hostel sales and marketing representative, Sandra Frensch. The…

Bobbing Forest Art Project kicks off

On the 11th of March 2014 the opening of the Bobbing Forest Art Project will take place at  the RDM Campus in Rotterdam South. “It fits the new and modern…

Zoetermeer: Insecurity rises

When it comes to safety, The Netherlands scores high in the rank of countries that are the considered the most safe to live in. Meet Zoetermeer, a relatively small town…

Rotterdam: Library honours photogtapher

From March 3rd  until March 30th visitors of Rotterdam’s Central Library will have the opportunity to take a look at a photography exhibition called “Fabulous Iceland”. On the 6th floor…

The Hague: Hundreds run for Save the Children

This Sunday the 9th of March, families and friends from all over The Hague gathered to celebrate the 40th annual City-Pier-City race sponsored by ABN AMRO. The CPC run is…

Ahoy hosts Rotterdam Fabric Fair

On Friday the 7th of March 2014 the Stoffen Spektakel took place in the Ahoy Arena Rotterdam. The Stoffen Spektakel is a fabric fair on which several nationally known fabric…

Rotterdam: Heated debate ahead of polls

On Saturday, LOKAAL Rotterdam organized a debate for the upcoming municipal elections on the 19th of March. The event was hosted in the city library and the politicians presented their…

VVD party posters cause uproar in Rotterdam

The Municipal elections are coming up on the 19th of March. Parties have been working hard on their campaigns. One of the VVD parties campaigns was the posters that were…

SPAR UNIVERSITY OFFICIAL OPENING

SPAR UNIVERSITY OFFICIAL OPENING

  The Spar University store on Erasmus University Rotterdam campus, had its official opening on 3rd March, 2014. This store is being welcomed by the university students as a pleasant surprise. They…

Rotterdam: Nursing home holds 1st caregiving café

On Friday, 7th of March the first caregiving café (MantelZorgcafé) was organized in the nursing home Pniël, Oudedijk 15. Mantel Zorg café is a joint initiative between 5 healthcare organizations: Hoppe…

Student house ditches old locks with little notice

Tenants of the Erasmus International House (I-House) run by Short Stay accommodation (SSH), in Kralingen, Rotterdam, had recently been notified that there would be a scheduled lock and key change…

Turkish Protesters Gather in Rotterdam after 15-year old Boy Dies

Turkish Protesters Gather in Rotterdam after 15-year old Boy Dies

Rotterdam, The Netherlands – Today, on March 11th, a protest was held in front of the Stadhuis city hall against the Turkish government. The protest was organized by The Netherlands…

Rotterdam temperatures reach historic highs

Rotterdam has experienced unseasonably warm weather in the past week, particularly on the weekend of March 8th and 9th. Temperatures reached 19 degrees with many hours of sunshine.  Students at…

Rotterdam inaugurates eye-catching Station

Rotterdam has a new eye-catcher: the new Rotterdam Central Station. This new station is part of a series of major train station renovations around the Netherlands. This new station is…

Three trams collide at the Beerplein Metro Station

A three -tram collision leaves 33 passengers severely injured at a tram station named Breeplein located at the southwestern Dutch port city of Rotterdam. The three trams accidentally crashed into…

Opening New Hostel Witte de Withstreet

ROTTERDAM – One of the hippest streets in Rotterdam has a new addition: King Kong hostel. It has had its grand opening Saturday the 8th of March, and IBCoMMotion went…

EU money for EUkraine?

EU money for EUkraine?

EU money for EUkraine?   The current crisis in Ukraine has sparked many different discussions regarding different topics. After the announcement of the International Monetary Fund along with the European…

The 2014 Nuclear Security Summit

The 2014 Nuclear Security Summit

On the 24th and 25th of March, the city of The Hague will be hosting the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit. A total of 58 world leaders, including President Barak Obama,…

The Huizer gets new rescue boat

The Netherlands is a country known for its battle with water. To keep citizens safe on the water, there are several coast guards’ stations in the country. One of which…

California Lab Advances Nuclear Fusion – VNR

In early February of this year, researchers of the National Ignition Facility, or NIF at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California have announced a milestone break-through in the search…

The world was celebrating, Rotterdam kept calm

The world was celebrating, Rotterdam kept calm

International women’s day is not popular in Rotterdam. Though people know the date, they seldom celebrate or do anything special. Young Dutch feel that men and women earn the same,…

‘We speak Dutch’ slogan raises concerns

The political party, the VVD recently started a campaign which included the hanging of posters around Rotterdam. One of these posters states ‘You speak Dutch in Rotterdam.’ This quickly sparked…

Registration begins for Rotterdam new Markethall flats

Rotterdam’s Markethall project next to Blaak station is putting on shape. In October 2014 228 apartments, 8 restaurants, fresh food units as well as parking spots will be accessible in…

RET introduces OV Miles

RET has revealed a new initiative called the OV Miles. You can now spare your travel distance as coupons and use them in 23 different partners in Rotterdam. Although it…

Cinerama screens ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ preview

On 6th of March a preview screening of the new Wes Anderson movie – The Great Budapest Hotel –  was organized at Cinerama. The audience had an exclusive opportunity to…

Celebrating Carnival in Breda Library

The celebration of the festival Carnival has begun in the South of Holland. In the city of Breda, Carnival is always celebrated extensively, especially in the centre of the city…

Maastricht Intratuin re-opens

Next week, a new Intratuin is opening in Maastricht. The old one has been closed for 2 weeks now, and the new one will be opening in the same street.…

New Döner Kebab restaurant at EUR

In the last week of February, the HAS Döner Kebab restaurant heated its stoves for the first time in the newly opened food plaza of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. The…

It’s on! Woei’s mega blow out sale

To get space for their new collection, Woei’s proudly boosts their legendary blow-out sale from the 21.02. to the 02.03.2014. Woei’s, a well-established shop in Rotterdam that specializes on acquiring…

Rotterdam CS bike parking opens

Are you confused on where you should park your bike? Or perhaps worried that someone might steal your bicycle and/or even motorcycle? Well, the city of Rotterdam has now opened…

Pay after your travel with RET

The RET and the TLS (Trans Link System) have launched a new payment-system for the OV-chipcard in Rotterdam. The pilot version started on Monday the 3rd of March, and is…

HAS opening doors at EUR food court

The Döner Kebab chain HAS has opened its doors in the food court of the Erasmus University campus Woudestein. The food court has that as well only opened recently, already…

Terneuzen’s Best Realtor

In this VNR, I examine the recent developments for Smolders Real Estate which is based in Terneuzen (Zeeland) right above the border from Belgium. I interview the CEO of the…

Global Citizen launch AIESEC

Do you want the chance to work in a project abroad for several weeks, to challenge and develop yourself, and to expand your intercultural skills? And would you like to…

Afterparty and Publication Release at Roodkapje

Afterparty and Publication Release at Roodkapje

Roodkapje is a music, arts, and entertainment venue that is always pushing the norm and pulling people out of their comfort zone. On Saturday, March 8th Roodkapje is hosting the Un-official…

Rotterdam CS ready for royal opening

After a decade of building, Rotterdam Central Station as it was imagined in the project plans is officially done. More grand and modern in it’s appearance and feats now than…

Erasmus MC publishes its death rates

From the start of March every hospital in the Netherlands has to publish their death rates. This to ensure transparency for the patients and to maintain overall quality in the…

Rotterdampas 2014: Over 280 discounted events

On 1 March 2014, the new Rotterdampas 2014 was released for the citizens of Rotterdam. It entails no less than 280 discounted or even entirely free fun activities in and…

Jobs at GDCC

Jobs at GDCC The callcenter GDCC in the heart of Rotterdam is seeking to expand its business and is therefore looking for callcenter agents in multiple languages. The sophisticated market…

Rotterdam Komt in Opstand: ‘No to EU’

On the 1st of March local community Rotterdam Komt in Opstand expressed their disapproval of the Netherlands being a part of EU. The video expresses the aim of the protest and…

VNR Antibarbari Open 2014

VNR Antibarbari Open 2014

  ROTTERDAM – This VNR regards an event in the near future, which is being organised by Erasmus’ student football association R.S.V. Antibarbari. This event – called ‘Bartender Antibarbari Open’…

Radio Brasa presents new political program

ROTTERDAM – Radio Brasa, the biggest Caribbean radio station in Rotterdam, announces a new program. From March 1st on, your Sunday afternoons will be filled with A la Presi, a…

Sustainable EUR

Erasmus University Rotterdam is concerned about our environment, in an ecological as well as in a social sense. As making the world a better place starts with engaging locally, Erasmus…

Mysterious death of 13 year old Anass

A short documentary about the mysterious death of 13 year old Anass Aouragh. According to the police Anass committed suicide but most of the inhabitants of Wassenaar don’t believe this.…

New Car Park at Erasmus University

Erasmus University Rotterdam taking up a new face. Produced by Maya Smith. Olivier NyirubugaraMore Posts…

Horse meat scandal continues

The Horse meat is far from over. Produced by Maya Smith Olivier NyirubugaraMore Posts…

IBCoM Studytrip

This video was produced by Bilal Kabdani. Olivier NyirubugaraMore Posts…

L.O.L. (Laughing Out Loud)

L.O.L., it speaks for itself… This video focuses on the importance of laughing in life and as laughter is infectious, I hope this footage will do exactly this. Produced by…

Children Workshop on Chinese New Year

China Light Rotterdam: Children Workshop on Chinese New Year Produced by Federica Romaniello   Olivier NyirubugaraMore Posts…

Say It Today

This video was produced by Federica Romaniello, CM2011 student in 2012-2013 Olivier NyirubugaraMore Posts…

Must have “Lampe Berger” Fragrance Live in air you love

Introduction of Lampe Berger, the greates product of air purification. From the very beginning, the mission of LAMPE BERGER has been to improve the quality of indoor air. Created in…

Sodom, Gomorra & Rotterdam

This video was shot in Rotterdam by Deva Rao, a CM2011 student in 2012/2014… Olivier NyirubugaraMore Posts…