By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Judy Jørgensen and Greg McQueen
Internationalization is, it seems, the story on everyone’s lips these days
By Haoruo Wei, Photos by Haoruo Wei
The legendary dragon is dancing around the hall decorated by national flags of China and
By Madalina Paxaman and Laura Naima Kabelka, photos by Haoruo Wei and Guki Giunashvili
The language school (Sprogskole) is for the newcomer
By Tanushree Basuroy, photos by Sarah Van Meel, Wirada Saelim and Yasmine Hassanain
On a crisp November night, the air rings with laughter and
By Maria Jose Villanueva, photos by International Community Aarhus
As a foreigner, moving to Aarhus to start a new job used to be
In a country that was the first in the world to recognise same-sex partnerships in 1989, a Filipino tells his love story
by Ella Navarro
Writing a book is a dream that many people wish for. There’s also a popular saying that, before dying, we
On May 25th citizens all over Europe go to the polls. Jutland Station answers all your questions about the European Parliament elections here in Denmark.
Klaphat means ‘idiot’ in Danish, and that’s what our Canadian columnist frequently feels like when faced with the complexities of Danish society. This week, the controversial “Voteman” video is on the firing line.