Luxembourg is quite an intriguing place! Whether you've already visited the tiny landlocked European state, or even better, you now live in what is widely regarded as one of the wealthiest, most stable, and only Grand Duchy in the world, you would be surprised to learn that Luxembourg not only has plenty of stories... Continue Reading →
Like every year, the Romanian community in Luxembourg and the Greater Region will celebrate the Universal Day of the Romanian Blouse - “IA” - on the 24th of June. In keeping with tradition, launched globally by the online community La Blouse Roumaine in 2013, this year’s local celebrations will take place from 18:30 onwards at... Continue Reading →
If you are new to Luxembourg or have not yet had the chance to visit the the Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean or Mudam for short, here's some happy news for you. Every Wednesday night, from 6pm to 11pm, Luxembourg's modern art museum opens its doors to the public for a free after-work event in... Continue Reading →
Photo: Screenshot of HoE website If you have lived in Luxembourg or the Greater Region for a while, you know that local authorities are investing a great deal of resources into making the country more digital, entrepreneurial and generally more innovative in all of its approaches. Since 2016, the Grand Duchy has even built a... Continue Reading →
Pe 24 iunie 2016, "Ziua Internationala a Iei" a fost sarbatorita pentru al patrulea an de membrii comunitatii romanesti din Luxemburg si Marea Regiune - cuprinzand departamentul Lorena, regiunea belgiana Valonia si landurile Saar, respectiv Renania-Palatinat. De la mic la mare, ne-am pregatit cu nerabdare sa purtam straie populare romanesti pentru a marca "Sanzienele" si... Continue Reading →
This year I tried to cover the Migrations Festival in Luxembourg from a slightly different angle, hence why I only took photos of some of the people participating in the festival as either organisers or performers.
This article was published on the 8th of March 2016 to mark the International Women's Day in Belval, Luxembourg, and presented my story as a multicultural student, blogger and woman living in Luxembourg. You may read the article in French on Agora's blog UmBelval.lu. Many thanks to Agora.lu for inviting me to participate in this... Continue Reading →
Romanian national Roxana Mironescu joined her sister in Luxembourg in 2012 after completing her studies in Aberdeen. She has since worked for the local media and is now pursuing a communications degree at the University of Luxembourg in the country she now calls home. What brought you to Luxembourg? I moved to Luxembourg from Scotland... Continue Reading →