Confucianism and Taoism are becoming clichés of Chinese studies. The students in Aarhus are learning about a modern China.
This photo story explores the Danish lifestyle of ‘hygge’ and its contrast to the country’s immigration politics.
From people’s passion of hand made design to the uniqueness of artful handicraft, we set out to explore what Aarhus’ stores have to
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AU may have to pay a fine for accepting more foreign students than the allowed. But, why is it attracting so many internationals?
Visiting flea markets for “bargain hunting” is becoming a trend for Danes.
With the story of a prostitute from Copenhagen, a Danish photographer won one of the World Press Photo awards. Her aim: Go deep
Prince Joachim of Denmark highlights the importance of having international experience. In a recent interview, he gave career advice and talked about his own
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Flat hierarchies, respect for rules and a sense of community, but also high prices, are some of the things that master student Katharina