Uncovered – Why nudity is not a taboo in the Danish society

Uncovered – Why nudity is not a taboo in the Danish society »

13 Mar, 2018
CultureSociety

By Anne-Kirstin Berger, photos by Guki Giunashvili

Water is dripping from Alexander’s hair as he heads out of the dressing room of Aarhus’

Lower taxes – but at whose expense?

Lower taxes – but at whose expense? »

9 Mar, 2018
PoliticsSociety

By Anne-Kirstin Berger, photos by Rasmus Ursin Knudsen, Lærdansk and Steen Brogaard  

Even in one of the “happiest countries in the world” the

Between good and evil: The many lens of the Second World War occupation in Aarhus

Between good and evil: The many lens of the Second World War occupation in Aarhus »

By Laura Galante, photos by The Occupation Museum and Madalina Paxaman

Imagine that it’s 1940. The Germans have occupied Aarhus and the

Lunar New Year in Aarhus

Lunar New Year in Aarhus »

By My Pham and Siân Kavanagh, photos by My Pham and Siân Kavanagh

When you know where to look, there is the opportunity to

Denmark bids farewell to His Royal Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark

Denmark bids farewell to His Royal Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark »

By Ben Culpin, photos by Torben Eskerod and Daniela T. De Lorenzo

His Royal Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark sadly passed away

Young volunteers in Aarhus lend a hand in the national fundraising

Young volunteers in Aarhus lend a hand in the national fundraising »

By Madalina Paxaman and Ben Culpin, photos by Guki Giunashvili and Per Bille

Helping the ones in need is rooted in the Danish

History in Action: The Modern Vikings of Aarhus

History in Action: The Modern Vikings of Aarhus »

By Siân Kavanagh, photos by Guki Giunashvili

It takes a lot to get the average person out of the house and sprinting when

Vietnamese in Aarhus grasped by football fever back home

Vietnamese in Aarhus grasped by football fever back home »

By My Pham, Photos by My Pham and Nguyen Khanh 

“Vietnam co len! Vietnam gooo!”

That was the sound you would mostly hear

Ladies First: how grassroots initiatives can make a difference

Ladies First: how grassroots initiatives can make a difference »

By Lucia Camblor, photos by Ladies first/GROBUND

Ladies First is a network that aims to empower women through entrepreneurship and it currently has more

Looking back at a year of culture, looking forward to a year of volunteering

Looking back at a year of culture, looking forward to a year of volunteering »

By Ben Culpin, photo by Madalina Paxaman

2017 was a busy year for Aarhus, a time when we witnessed cultural events, local