Bicycle thefts in Aarhus: Using a good lock does not save your bike from being stolen

Bicycle thefts in Aarhus: Using a good lock does not save your bike from being stolen »

by Karakoz Ydyrys, photos by Vlad Dumitrescu-Petrica

Moving to Denmark, one of the most cycle-friendly countries in the world can be not so

Letter from Masanjia: how a Halloween goody reclaimed human rights

Letter from Masanjia: how a Halloween goody reclaimed human rights »

8 Dec, 2019
CinemaCultureFilm

By Nabil Muhammad, photos by Sun Yi/Flying Cloud Productions

Little did Julie Keith, a resident of Portland, Oregon knew that discovering a handwritten

Aarhus City Welcome 2019

Aarhus City Welcome 2019 »

 

By Kirsten Vestergaard Lauridsen, City of Aarhus, photos by Per Ryolf, City of Aarhus

Once again, this September, the City of Aarhus

Challenged but not dying, the public libraries are more relevant than ever

Challenged but not dying, the public libraries are more relevant than ever »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Guki Giunashvili

As you stroll through Aarhus harbour, a majestic building immediately catches your attention. Known as

Cross Border Partnerships: Aarhus Public Libraries and Progress Foundation Romania

Cross Border Partnerships: Aarhus Public Libraries and Progress Foundation Romania »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Guki Giunashvili and Progress Foundation Romania

For the inexperienced eye, NEXT LIBRARY created by Aarhus

Århundredets Festival 2019 – a chance to experience the Interwar years

Århundredets Festival 2019 – a chance to experience the Interwar years »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Martin Dam Kristensen

The WW I is over, the innocence of La Belle Epoque is gone and

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

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

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

What does it take to get a star?

What does it take to get a star? »

8 Apr, 2018
City LifeCulture

By Lucía Camblor and María José Villanueva, photos by Siân Kavanagh

Anonymous, mysterious and strict: these are the adjectives that describe the inspectors of