How far is the Far East

How far is the Far East »

24 Dec, 2018
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By Haoruo Wei, Photos by Haoruo Wei

Mariana Lin, is one of the expats among about 170 nationalities living in Aarhus. She

Enjoying the Christmas Season like a Dane

Enjoying the Christmas Season like a Dane »

 

By Laura Naima Kabelka, photos by Guki Giunashvili, Haoruo Wei and Bridget Dooley

The Danes are a very particular people. Their every-day habits

Have yourself some Indian hygge

Have yourself some Indian hygge »

 

By Tanushree Basuroy, photos by Sarah Van Meel, Wirada Saelim and Yasmine Hassanain

On a crisp November night, the air rings with laughter and

Lemvig, Jutland’s little gem

Lemvig, Jutland’s little gem »

 

By Luca Polizzi, photos by Mads Krabbe and Lemvig Kommune

Lemvig is a picture-perfect small town in the western part of Jutland,

The rise of the Day of the Dead

The rise of the Day of the Dead »

 

By Karem Nerio, photos by Sarah Van Meel

Strips of shredded paper decorate the entrance. A few meters ahead, a woman sings

A community is finding its voice: Ukrainians in Denmark

A community is finding its voice: Ukrainians in Denmark »

 

By Yuliia Mishyna, photos by Haoruo Wei

For the first time, Ukrainians living in Denmark are acting as one unit. On October 27th,

The monthly recap of Danish politics and society – October 2018

The monthly recap of Danish politics and society – October 2018 »

By Gustav Hoejmark-Jensen, photos by Madalina Paxaman and pxphotos.com

In October, it is all about the money: Denmark discovers it has given 12.7 billion

Letter from the editor

Letter from the editor »

 

Dear readers,

This autumn, Jutland Station celebrates five years of existence. While this might not seem much, for a local magazine such

Aarhus Pride

Aarhus Pride »

By Salome Pkhaladze, photos by Guki Giunashvili

Aarhus was full of rainbow colors on 2nd of June. The second largest city in Denmark

SICK project: the free fitness movement for everyone

SICK project: the free fitness movement for everyone »

by Ben Culpin, photos by Guki Giunashvili

SICK project is a training community for anyone who wants to participate. Every Sunday at 11