Eme Johnson


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21 October 2021

Trick or Treat? ‘Hubie Halloween’ film review

It’s the time of year where every streaming site has a clear theme to to its ‘trending’ or ‘popular movies’ – Halloween. I personally don’t enjoy […]
14 October 2021

Why eating healthy doesn’t need to cost you more

Food plays an essential role in our lives; after all, the saying ‘you are what you eat’ exists for a reason. Our diet impacts our health […]
5 October 2021

Top tips for becoming a responsible tourist

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused many of us to reconsider our usual routines, and it has particularly forced the tourism industry to reassess its practices. The […]
4 October 2021

10 healthy European recipes that you should try

Looking for a bit of inspiration for some delicious healthy meals? Take a look at this selection of delicious European dishes from the Healthy Recipes (available […]
29 September 2021

The history behind meal vouchers

1. What are meal vouchers? The meal voucher system is popular in several countries, and relies on a relationship between employers, workers, restaurants, governments and voucher […]
27 September 2021

Co-working in a place where you can also work-out? Yes, it’s possible

The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the way we work. For many, the typical 9-5 office based job has become home based, as health restrictions have […]
22 September 2021

Prihasto Setyanto: “We are leveraging our agriculture practices to be more competitive in the EU market”

A large country with a successful agricultural sector, Indonesia offers an array of food exports including coffee, various tropical fruits, rices, Tempeh products and spices to name […]
20 September 2021

A taste of unique Indonesian flavours conquers Antwerp

Indonesia is a large country with a wide variety of unique products offered by its agricultural sector. According to the country’s Statistic Bureau, agriculture is one […]
20 September 2021

How to get fit after several months of inactivity

Whilst there are those who have thrown themselves enthusiastically into various lockdown workouts and dedicated hours previously spent commuting to new sports and fitness regimes, there […]
27 August 2021

What is Frisian?

In the northern part of the Netherlands sits the province of Friesland, or Fryslân, historically known as Frisia, an area with its own unique language. Frisian, […]
26 August 2021

24 hours in Madrid

The capital city of Spain, Madrid is unsurprisingly a must see destination. From the wide, bustling streets lined with majestic buildings to the calming, green parks, […]
26 August 2021

This Greek island is home to Europe’s first ‘sushi’

On the Greek island of Skopelos, the country’s greenest island located in the Western Aegean Sea, residents have long been making a “sushi-style” fish dish, which […]
26 August 2021
Sannai Maruyama Site © Sannai Maruyama Jomon Culture Center

Japan’s new Jomon Era UNESCO site

Earlier this year the UNESCO (United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) committee met at their 44th session for a combined review of the 2020 and 2021 […]
20 August 2021

The history of Coca Cola, where it was banned and why?

The iconic red and white label of the renowned fizzy drink is recognised throughout the world. Coca-Cola, the long reigning champion of the world’s most popular […]
17 August 2021
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This French restaurant uses only the sun to cook

A new experimental restaurant Le Présage in Château-Gombert, a district in the north of Marseille, France, is using the power of the sun to cook. Rather […]
13 August 2021

Floating breakfasts are booming all over social media

It’s a well known social media phenomenon; the crystal clear infinity pool with an elegant tray floating perfectly on the surface, filled with fresh tropical fruit, […]
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