The profile of an expat in Aarhus: Kate Dahl

The profile of an expat in Aarhus: Kate Dahl »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Judy Jørgensen and Greg McQueen

Internationalization is, it seems, the story on everyone’s lips these days

Lunar New Year: Aarhus celebrates the Year of the Pig

Lunar New Year: Aarhus celebrates the Year of the Pig »

 

By Haoruo Wei, Photos by Haoruo Wei

The legendary dragon is dancing around the hall decorated by national flags of China and

How far is the Far East

How far is the Far East »

 

By Haoruo Wei, Photos by Haoruo Wei

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

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

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

Shoko: The nurse that heals with music

Shoko: The nurse that heals with music »

By Lucía Camblor, photos by He Zhang

Shoko wears a short and tight, shiny green dress with sequins. Her hair is covered with

Big data analytics a gold mine for sport teams

Big data analytics a gold mine for sport teams »

By Laura Galante, photos by Kio Jørgensen Ng

In the world of sports, technology plays a significant role both on and off the

Acid Arab: The Frenchmen making Arabic techno

Acid Arab: The Frenchmen making Arabic techno »

By Farah Bahgat, photos by Farah Bahgat

The audience of Roots and Hybrid festival had a couple of days to listen to diverse

Simon Lynge and his true music

Simon Lynge and his true music »

By Lucía Camblor and My Pham, photos by Guki Giunashvili and My Pham

Steps approach, fingers slide through glasses and whispers appease. Slowly an