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The Netherlands from above - E4/10 - The Netherlands in leisure time

This series shows The Netherlands from a spectacular perspective. Through data visualizations, impressive aerial images and portraits of people on the ground, we show who we are and how time changes and has changed the country.


More than 17 million people (16 million when this program was made) on such a tiny piece of ground: living, working and having fun. Surely that can't work well, isn't the country full already?

© VPRO December 2011

This channel offers some of the best travel series from the Dutch broadcaster VPRO. Our series explore cultures from all over the world. VPRO storytellers have lived abroad for years with an open mind and endless curiosity, allowing them to become one with their new country. Thanks to these qualities, they are the perfect guides to let you experience a place and culture through the eyes of a local. Uncovering the soul of a country, through an intrinsic and honest connection, is what VPRO and its presenters do best.

So subscribe to our channel and we will be delighted to share our adventures with you!
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vpro Extra:
vpro VG (world music):
vpro 3voor12 (alternative music):
vpro 3voor12 extra (music stories):

Director: Peter Blom and Robert Wiering
English, French and Spanish subtitles by Ericsson and co-funded by the European Union.
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S1 E4: Adaptation to Global Water Shortages

Anticipating future water needs, two regions on opposite sides of the world turn to technology for answers. Western Morocco, near the Sahara Desert, is currently facing unprecedented drought and groundwater mismanagement. But an ancient method of gathering moisture from fog is being taught to 13 villages, allowing people to have a level of local control over their most basic need. In Central Valley, California, the food basket of the world uses nearly 80 percent of the entire state's water supply. Yet, there are still close to one million people who don't have access to clean drinking water. Researchers at UCLA may change that through a technology that would allow unincorporated rural communities to control how contaminated water is treated.

Along the banks of the Yangtze - E4/6 - The Dam

China is one of the largest world powers but we can hardly put a face on it yet. Let alone have any idea of how the average Chinese man lives and works, or what his ambitions or fears are. Photographer Ruben Terlou took his camera along the banks of the River Yangtze, talking to the locals about the impact of the economic progress. In a six-episode series, we are taken from Shanghai, the most westernized part of China, to Shangri-La, the most authentic Chinese part, to discover the real China, 40 years after Mao's death.

Episode 4 - The Dam

The Three Gorges Dam has taken the place of the Chinese Wall as China's pride and joy in terms of man-made structures. With a capacity of 15 times the Borssele plant, this dam is the largest hydropower station. It is considered a great victory over nature. But nature as well as mankind have had to sacrifice a lot too. 90 villages and 13 cities disappeared into the water. And Chinese nature organizations worry about the fate of the Chinese river dolphin - or river pig, as the Chinese call this endearing creature. Ruben is given permission to view the interior of this immense dam, and sails the stagnant water on a cruise ship filled with Chinese tourists - while the ship's crew dream of the old days when they were working as fishermen on the wild river.

© VPRO / De Haaien 2016

This channel offers some of the best travel series from the Dutch broadcaster VPRO. Our series explore cultures from all over the world. VPRO storytellers have lived abroad for years with an open mind and endless curiosity, allowing them to become one with their new country. Thanks to these qualities, they are the perfect guides to let you experience a place and culture through the eyes of a local. Uncovering the soul of a country, through an intrinsic and honest connection, is what VPRO and its presenters do best.

So subscribe to our channel and we will be delighted to share our adventures with you!
more information at

Visit additional youtube channels bij vpro broadcast:
vpro Broadcast:
vpro Metropolis:
vpro Documentary:
vpro Extra:
vpro VG (world music):
vpro 3voor12 (alternative music):
vpro 3voor12 extra (music stories):

Final editing, direction and sound recording Maaik Krijgsman
Presentation and Photograpy Ruben Terlou
Camera Joost van Herwijnen
Editing Pelle Asselbergs
Research Sasha Ourikh, Yu Ma, Ruben Terlou
Production Nina Huisman
Sound Mix Joost Oskamp
Colour grading Gerhard van der Beek
Leader and graphics Tiepes
Production VPRO Nicole Frints
Editor-in-chief VPRO Karen de Bok
Producer Wilko Brandsma, Paul Beek, Lesley Dong, Freya Tian

This program is made possible by WWF – World Wide Fund for Nature
English, French and Spanish subtitles by Ericsson and co-funded by the European Union.

Why people in France are unhappy | VPRO Documentary

Why are people in France unhappy? What is the reason French people to feel not happy? It seems that feeling sad or depressed is normal in France. Is this unhappiness rooted in the French culture or why does it appear to be linked to France and their inhabitants? In this documentary, we are investigating the reasons why people in France are not feeling happy.

In Paris, the city of joy and pleasure four-fifths of the inhabitants die of sorrow according to 18th-century French author Nicolas Chamfort. Dutch Parisian Wilfred de Bruijn finds himself on a daily basis in the 18th century but feels happy about it. He can’t think of a better place to live than in Paris. But he wonders if other Parisians still share his love for the French life. Since the 1970s there have been studies into their ineradicable melancholy. One says they use more antidepressants than anybody else in the world.

Living like a God in France is a saying applicable to vacationers in France, but absolutely not to the French themselves: to them, life is nothing but worrisome. They are facing high unemployment rates, fear of new terror attacks and an important political division. What is left of pillars that are the basis of the French republic: Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité? And what does it mean actually, to be French, today? Dutch Parisian Wilfred de Bruijn uncovers an intriguing country, full of contradictions, far away from the cliches we all know.

The French are big users of antidepressants and prove even more pessimistic about their future than Afghans and Iraqis. Wilfred de Bruijn is amazed every day by the grumpy faces of Parisians that he encounters in the subway and on the streets. You would think it's the fear of terror, but even before the attacks, the Parisians did not look much happier. What is it with the ineradicable melancholy of the French?

Original Title: : Op zoek naar Frankrijk: het verdriet van frankrijk(4/7)

Presentation: Wilfred de Bruijn
Directors: Stefanie de Brouwer, Erik Lieshout
Chief Editors: Stefanie de Brouwer, Olaf Oudheusden
Research: Ilse van der Velden, Alexandre Horiot, Olaf Oudheusden
Anna Prichard, Pauline Cazaubon, Ouafia Kheniche, Marijn Kruk
Armelle Belaunde-Gautret, Gwenaelle Le Gall
Camera: Jackó van ‘t Hof, Joost van Herwijnen
Sound: Rik Meier, Arno Hagers
Editing: Obbe Verwer
© VPRO March April 2016

On VPRO broadcast you will find nonfiction videos with English subtitles, French subtitles and Spanish subtitles, such as documentaries, short interviews and documentary series.

This channel offers some of the best travel series from the Dutch broadcaster VPRO. Our series explore cultures from all over the world. VPRO storytellers have lived abroad for years with an open mind and endless curiosity, allowing them to become one with their new country. Thanks to these qualities, they are the perfect guides to let you experience a place and culture through the eyes of a local. Uncovering the soul of a country, through an intrinsic and honest connection, is what VPRO and its presenters do best.

So subscribe to our channel and we will be delighted to share our adventures with you!
more information at

Visit additional youtube channels bij VPRO broadcast:
VPRO Broadcast:
VPRO Metropolis:
VPRO Documentary:
VPRO World Stories:
VPRO Extra:
VPRO VG (world music):
VPRO 3voor12 (alternative music):
VPRO 3voor12 extra (music stories):


English, French and Spanish subtitles by Ericsson and co-funded by the European Union.

What it's like to live in Japan // FIRST YEAR ABROAD [2018 Recap]

Here's our first year in Japan, the move, the unseen moments, and the extra special highlights. Happy 2019! How is your year so far?

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I'm back in Japan | Tokyo Diaries Episode 1 | My first week back in Tokyo

I am back in Japan. This is my Tokyo Diaries episode 1 showing you my first week back in Tokyo.

Tokyo Diaries is a series of weekly vlogs showing you my daily life in Japan. I hope to share the excitement, the surprises, and the upsides and downsides of living abroad in Japan.

Japan is the most exciting and culturally different place I have ever been to. It has so much to offer! I hope you can follow my journey and we can explore this incredible place together!

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03 bedrooms apartment in E4 ciputra for rent

Apartment for rent in Ciputra, Block E4, nice view. Total living space is 153 sq m with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Living room combined with dining area. It is well equipped and modern furnished. Apartment has lots of natural light and airy, easy traffic, it is an ideal place for your life. Apartment is provided with facilities: air conditioners, internet connection, cable television, system of electricity and water, professional management, 24/24 hour security with camera, fire protection system, garage, gym, swimming pool. Asking price: 1800USD/month.

Please contact:
Mr Liem: 0979 776 776 (Vietnam) (84) 0979 776 776 (Abroad)
Mail: Liem@bdstanlong.com

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Apartment for rent in Ciputra, Block E4, nice view

Contact: Mr Liem 0913345152 (Viet Nam)
Mobile : (+84 )0913.345.152 (Abroad)
Mail : liem@bdstanlong.com
Apartment for rent in Ciputra, Block E4, nice view. Total living space is 153 sq m with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Living room combined with dining area. It is well equipped and modern furnished. Apartment has lots of natural light and airy, easy traffic, it is an ideal place for your life. Apartment is provided with facilities: air conditioners, internet connection, cable television, system of electricity and water, professional management, 24/24 hour security with camera, fire protection system, garage, gym, swimming pool. Asking price: 1800USD/month.

We also have many hanoi apartments for rent, hanoi villas for rent, hanoi houses for rent, hanoi offices for rent.
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Please contact us: Tan long Properties Co., Ltd
Address: 5 floor, Moonlight building 107 Xuan Dieu Str, Tay ho Dist, Hanoi, Vietnam

Apartment in E4 building, Hanoi Ciputra rental

Contact: Mr Liem 0913345152 (Viet Nam)
Mobile : (+84 )0913.345.152 (Abroad)
Mail : liem@bdstanlong.com
Apartment in E4 building, Hanoi Ciputra rental. The apartment size is 123 sq m, composed of 03 bedrooms, 02 bathrooms, 01 living room, kitchen and balcony overlooking the west lake. It is equipped full furniture,wooden floor. Amenities: air conditioners, internet connection, cable television, system of electricity and water, professional management, 24/24 hour security with camera, fire protection system, garage, gym, swimming pool. Rental price: 1100USD/month (including VAT).

We also have many hanoi apartments for rent, hanoi villas for rent, hanoi houses for rent, hanoi offices for rent.
More property:
Please contact us: Tan long Properties Co., Ltd
Address: 5 floor, Moonlight building 107 Xuan Dieu Str, Tay ho Dist, Hanoi, Vietnam

A Day in My Life | China & XJTLU | Study Abroad Edition

I enjoyed making this a day in my life videos as a study abroad in China. I hope you guys enjoy it as well!

Blog post about my abroad experience:
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KOREA E4 | Korea University Life 2.0

Some of the great experiences I had during my final two months of exchange at Korea University. Thanks to everyone who made my exchange so amazing! To anyone heading to KU for exchange, the festival period (including IPSELENTI) is the best!
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I am in China, Studying abroad for the Fall Semester! Join me in the beginning of this new adventure.

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Nuestra Rutina en la Ciudad - S2 - E4 - Vanlife México

En este nuevo episodio les mostramos un poquito las actiuvidades que realizamos durante una semana, viviendo en cdmx, algunas personas piensan que hacer vanlife es estar siempre de viaje, pero la realidad es que si, viajamos pero tambien trabajamos constantemente.

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The Netherlands from above - E7/10 - Why do we live where we live?

This series shows The Netherlands from a spectacular perspective. Through data visualizations, impressive aerial images and portraits of people on the ground, we show who we are and how time changes and has changed the country.

Over the past 100 years the population of Netherlands has increased by around 10 million. In order to provide accommodation for everyone, we have built millions of houses. We now live in centuries-old canal houses, in new housing estates, or on the water in house boats.

© VPRO January 2012

This channel offers some of the best travel series from the Dutch broadcaster VPRO. Our series explore cultures from all over the world. VPRO storytellers have lived abroad for years with an open mind and endless curiosity, allowing them to become one with their new country. Thanks to these qualities, they are the perfect guides to let you experience a place and culture through the eyes of a local. Uncovering the soul of a country, through an intrinsic and honest connection, is what VPRO and its presenters do best.

So subscribe to our channel and we will be delighted to share our adventures with you!
more information at

Visit additional youtube channels bij vpro broadcast:
vpro Broadcast:
vpro Metropolis:
vpro Documentary:
vpro Extra:
vpro VG (world music):
vpro 3voor12 (alternative music):
vpro 3voor12 extra (music stories):

Director: Peter Blom and Robert Wiering
English, French and Spanish subtitles by Ericsson and co-funded by the European Union.

S4 E4: Lindsey Johnson's Finnish Adventrues

This week on Finlandia Fridays, management and entrepreneurship Senior, Lindsey Johnson joins hosts Olivia Myers and Devin O’Neill to discuss her summer marketing internship here in Hancock and her study abroad experience in Finland. 

Johnson, no stranger to Finlandia Fridays, was a guest last spring previewing her upcoming plans for the summer. Now that she’s back she was excited to share her experience.

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Erasmus+: KA1 - Youth Exchange - Programme Countries

Place: United Kingdom

Dates: 27/01/2016 - 04/02/2016

Many young people are able to travel either for studies or for work. In some cases young people have no choice but to travel to other countries in order to find employment. Sadly though most of our young people are not prepared for what they will find when moving to other countries. Our project will look at the advantages and disadvantages of living and working abroad. We will look at the various elements of living abroad and how this reflects on our lives in our home country. Will we have better conditions? We will also look at options that young people could consider in their own countries before they decide that there is no other option but to go abroad. We hope that our project will give the youth a better understanding of the risks and the advantages of going abroad so that they can make better life choices.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission (Erasmus + Programme).

This publication video reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Filipino Food at Naty’s Kitchen in Honolulu, Hawaii

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Back in 2010, I spent about 2 month in the Philippines, exploring, doing all sorts of things, and eating all sorts of food. The amazing people I met, and the delicious food I ate, contributed to it being a very memorable trip. This time, I didn’t make it back to the Philippines yet (however, I hope to visit soon in the future), but when I was in Honolulu, Hawaii, I came pretty close to the real thing at a restaurant called Naty’s Kitchen at the Maunakea Marketplace in Honolulu.

The Maunakea Marketplace is located right in the heart of Chinatown in Honolulu, and if you walk inside the marketplace, and go to the food court section, it honestly feels like you’ve left Hawaii altogether, and have transported yourself into a market in Manila or somewhere in southeast Asia - it’s my kind of spot. There are a few different types of food to eat at Maunakea Marketplace, including a couple Thai stalls, but by far the dominating cuisine in Filipino food, and there are about 5 different Filipino food stalls to choose from. One of the most well known, and also they offer the most selection of dishes is Naty’s Kitchen. Naty’s Kitchen dishes out all the prepared food and has them all on display in the from cabinet, and you just pick and choose the different dishes that you want, which will then all be piled into a styrofoam container. Typically most customers might get a box with 2 dishes and rice, but I couldn’t resist ordering 3 dishes and then a bowl of sinigang soup on the side.

After getting my rice, I ordered the pork dinuguan, one of the more noticeable Filipino foods of pork and blood made into a stew. Although it might not look the most appealing, and some people even call it chocolate pork, it actually tastes quite amazing. It’s almost like blood sausage without the casing, except it’s much more moist and has a gravy. The taste was very nice, almost with a slight hint of a livery flavor and just a slightly sour flavor as well. At first I was also going to order the pork adobo, which is one of the most well known Filipino foods, but it was made with pork belly and after seeing how oily it was, I asked the Aunty if she had any other recommendations. She pointed to the pork igado, which she said had a similar flavor to adobo, but it was made with a less fatty cut of pork. The igado was excellent, including tender chunks of pork, in a pepper and vinegar sour sauce. Along with my rice, it was very good.

The last dish I got on my plate has always been one of my favorite Filipino foods, a dish called pinakbet, which is a mixture of different vegetables fried up with shrimp paste. It wasn’t overly shrimpy or overly salty, just had an excellent fragrance, and a good mixture of vegetables that went well with all the pork dishes. Also, I couldn’t resist getting an order of pork sinigang. When I was in the Philippines I really enjoyed eating fish sinigang, a sour tamarind soup, but here at Naty’s Kitchen in Honolulu this day, they only had the pork version. The flavor of the soup was very good, but the pork made it a little on the oily side - it was good but I would have preferred the fish version.

Naty’s Kitchen is an excellent and quite authentic restaurant in Hawaii that serves delicious Filipino food.

Naty’s Kitchen - Maunakea Market Place, Chinatown
Open hours: I went there at about 11 am on a weekday and they were open and thriving, but I’m not sure of their exact business hours
Prices: All the food I ate and ordered above cost $11
How to get there: Naty’s Kitchen is located in Chinatown at Maunakea Market Place right in Honolulu, Hawaii. If you can find street parking that’s great, otherwise there is a municipal parking garage nearby.

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