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The Korean Cultural Centre in Brussels is busy getting ready to reopen this week after the coronavirus shutdown - as well as preparing for 2021 which will be full of special events to commemorate
Brussels concert halls Ancienne Belgique and Botanique have officially cancelled ongoing contracts with outside service providers, such as stage technicians, production managers, caterers and clea
Flanders is providing €800,000 in support for Dutch-language organisations in Brussels, to help them survive the coronavirus.
Urban art continues to spring up, brightening darker corners of the capital.
During the confinement period, many commuters worked from home, while some were temporarily laid off. The lockdown measures also meant gyms were closed and cultural events were cancelled.