That was the question I wanted to answer for Dutch News. ‘We learn a lot from body language, voice tonality, and other non-verbal cues,’ says Dr Irwin. Ultimately, most people want to see each other visually and humans have difficulties forming intimate relationships without a real-life component. Read the whole article on Dutch News.
Cafe owner Canadian Chris Godwaldt only moved to the Netherlands four years ago, but he speaks Dutch and is a proficient complainer. He’s sold everything back home and has no plans to leave the Netherlands. Originally published at https://www.dutchnews.nl on November 12, 2019.
I got to interview the delightful David Swatling for the 10 Questions series for Dutch News. Author David Swatling moved to Amsterdam in the 1980s for a change of scenery and never returned to his native United States. He’s acted, had a long radio career and wrote a thriller set in Amsterdam called Calvin’s Head. … [Read more…]
Journalist and UK-native Tony Sheldon has lived in Utrecht since moving to the Netherlands for love more than 20 years ago. He’s written a book about the Battle of Arnhem, says he will never move back to Britain and would like to meet musician Jett Rebel. Read the rest on Dutch News.
The celebratory cheers over Duncan Laurence’s win at Eurovision had barely died down before the entire country of the Netherlands started to wonder: Where will the next one be held? Originally published at https://www.dutchnews.nl on August 8, 2019.