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Patrick ten Brink is the editor of THE CIRCLE: A BRUSSELS ANTHOLOGY, an anthology comprising works of 34 authors from 19 countries. He has edited and authored several non-fiction books on the environment and published a range of short stories and poems including the forthcoming collection entitled URBAN ENIGMAS, capturing the many elements that make him smile as he cycles through Brussels. He is a Dreamer Creative Writing Haiku competition winner, 2018, and is currently completing a fantasy novel trilogy – THE GUARDIANS OF THE TIDES

22 February 2023

The art in artificial intelligence

Art is a net that captures time and life and sometimes a unique moment of historic change. The exhibition, SHIFT- AI and a Future Community (KI […]
22 February 2023

Happiness immersive experience opens in Brussels this spring

An immersive art exhibition aimed to give visitors’ brains a “happy boost” will open on 31 March in Brussels. Simply called “HAPPINESS“, the expo focuses on […]
22 February 2023

3 Emerging tech trends set to revolutionize the travel industry

The travel industry is in the midst of a transformative period that has already had a measurable impact on the market overall.  Consumers are still unleashing […]
22 February 2023

Axiom mission to take first Saudi astronauts to the International Space Station

NASA and Axiom Space have signed an agreement for the second all-private astronaut mission to the International Space Station (ISS), targeted for launch in the spring […]
22 February 2023

There is no Green Deal if ideology condemns the competitiveness of European industry

On the 1st of February, the European Commission (EC) presented “The Green Deal Industrial Plan,” which underlines the need for a green and digital transition with […]
22 February 2023

Paris’ Gare du Nord to get a makeover and triple in size by 2024

The Paris’ Gare du Nord will triple in size by 2024, just in time for the 2024 Olympics, held in Paris. The architect Denis Valode will […]
22 February 2023

Ukraine International Airlines continues flight suspension until April

Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), the country’s national carrier, has announced that, considering the extension of the martial law in Ukraine and in connection with the closure […]
21 February 2023

What are the world’s worst cities for driving?

Road traffic is back to pre-Covid levels in many cities and some places have become even more congested than before the pandemic. TomTom, a company specialising […]
21 February 2023

Blue Origin’s new production method claims to offer ‘unlimited solar power’

Blue Origin has announced that it has developed a method for producing solar cells and transmission wire using only lunar regolith. The aerospace company, owned by […]
21 February 2023

EU Members agree to scrap testing requirement for travellers from China

On 16 February, the Member States of the EU met in the framework of the Integrated Political Crisis Response (IPCR) arrangements, in the presence of the […]
21 February 2023

What are the most reliable car brands of 2023?

BMW, Subaru, Mini, Lexus, and Honda topped Consumer Reports’ top 2022 brand reliability survey, pushing Mazda off the podium after finishing second last year. The predicted […]
21 February 2023

What are the energy sources bringing electricity to Europe?

Over the past decade, Europe has been shifting towards renewable energy sources for electricity generation. With the war in Ukraine threatening energy security, due to a […]
21 February 2023

Saudi Arabia plans to transform Riyadh’s downtown

The latest project in Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman move to diversify the country’s economy from oil revenue is the New Murabba Development Company, […]
21 February 2023

Air France-KLM still interested in TAP Air Portugal acquisition

Air France-KLM Group has reiterated its interest in buying TAP Air Portugal. The Portuguese have been seeking to reprivatize their state-owned airline for months, whether partially […]
21 February 2023

Macao overtakes London as the world’s new five-star capital

For many years London remained the city with the most five-star hotels but the British capital has now lost its crown to Macao in Forbes Travel […]
21 February 2023

Boeing 747 scrapped after only 16 flights

A Boeing 747-8 Business Jet (BBJ), considered the most luxurious “Queen of the Skies” aircraft, is being dismantled at Pinal Airpark, Marana, USA. The giant airliner, […]