Monthly Archives: September 2010

…and how to reflect?

by Matthew Hicks (reposted from http://www.matthewmatthew.com/blog) How can I reflect on a 5-week experience traveling all around the Netherlands, going to London, and a 9-year reunion with my host family and friends in Germany? No matter what I do – … Continue reading

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conversations on Suriname.

(by Matthew Hicks, reposted from http://www.matthewmatthew.com/blog): The Rotterdam Public Library exterior is probably the ugliest exterior architecture I have ever seen, but it’s not surprising since the design was conceived of in the worst years for modern architecture – the … Continue reading

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Eating around Rotterdam

By Pei Yu Lin I found myself craving for Chinese food after all the amazing Dutch food we had in Amsterdam. I was surprised to find xiao long bao here in Rotterdam. To me, it was just as good as … Continue reading

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Excursion to Escher

By Bryan Dosono This past weekend, our professor encouraged self-directed excursions throughout the country. On Friday, several of the graduate students and I planned a trip to the Escher Museum, located in Den Haag. I’ve always been a fan of … Continue reading

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TRIP TO HOGE VELUWE/KROLLER-MULLER

By Sue Castelin During Saturday’s excursion to the Hoge Veluwe Park and Kroller-Muller Museum, I was excited to encounter statues and artwork by artists I had studied  Wow! Henry Moore and Rodin pieces I could walk up to. . . But, even better was … Continue reading

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Utrecht – Photo blog

by Pei Yu Lin From Amsterdam Centraal to Utrecht is a short train ride – 20 minutes. Remember to have some changes so you can use restrooms in a public place (this includes train stations, libraries, and tourist information centers) … Continue reading

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