Win three copies of 'The Netherlands in 26 Iconic Objects'
IamExpat is offering the chance to win one of three copies of "The Netherlands in 26 Iconic Objects"!
To win, simply fill in the form, telling us why you think you deserve a copy.
Self-portrait of the Netherlands
See an "objective" self-portrait of the Netherlands through its iconic objects and find out the answer to questions like:
- What do things like liquorice, geraniums, beer, bikes and sandwiches say about the Dutch?
- Why are bicycles so incredibly popular in the Netherlands?
- It’s a known fact that the Dutch didn’t invent the cheese slicer, but whenever the Dutch parliament debates about cutting budgets and making savings, someone always suggests using the "cheese slicer method". Why is that?
Adorating certain objects
Some unique and provocative self-reflection of the Netherlands can be found in this book, translated from Dutch and created by two Dutchies who felt compelled to analyse their nation’s adoration for certain objects.
Please note: Competition winners are announced on the closing date. Each winner will receive one copy of "The Netherlands in 26 Iconic Objects". Remember to check this page or your IamExpat inbox to see if you've been selected!