Last updated: 11th March, 2019
About 10 years ago, Tomoko Kaji found herself at the opening night of the budding Japan Square film festival in Ghent. Even though she had heard about the festival from her husband, renowned Japanologist and festival collaborator Luk Van Haute, she didn't know what to expect.
We’ve all been there - friends and family are coming to visit (...again) and you need to find somewhere impressive (but traditional) to take them for dinner. Somewhere that will say all of this on a plate: I know how to avoid Ghent's tourist traps, I know what the most typical dishes
If you're new to Ghent then you'll want to get stuck into some of the delicious local cuisine with a night out in a typical Belgian restaurant. Getting your lips around some of the words on the menu might be easier said than done. And - like anywhere in the
We all know the feeling: you've been living in Ghent for a while and you might have the feeling you've seen and done it all. But have you really? In this first piece of our new series, we turn to local expats to ask an ordinary question that we all