The Little Mermaid, A Scam or A Must-Visit Attraction?

By Hanzhang Xu The Little Mermaid has been nominated for the second-worst tourist attraction in the world by 1 Cover, a well-known travel insurance...

Foreign Foods Shaped Food Culture in Copenhagen

By Hanzhang Xu It is easy to find foreign foods restaurants else than the traditional ones in the streets of Copenhagen, the capital city...

GHETTO LAWS PASSED BY THE OLD GOVERNMENT WILL STILL WORK UNDER THE NEW GOVERNMENT

By Mayar Elsharkawy, September 16 In an interview with Mr. Mohamed Aslam, the chairman of Mjølnerparken ghetto, representatives from the new Danish government, particularly...
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The liveable city without a place to live

By Barbora Novotna, September 16, 2019, 12:00, Copenhagen According to the new Global Liveability Index 2019, released by the Economist’s Intelligence Unit, Copenhagen achieved...

A DEMONSTRATION WILL BE HELD FOR IMMIGRANTS’ RIGHTS

By Mayar Elsharkawy, September 16 Speaking with Mr. Mohamed Aslam on Tuesday, the 10th of September, the chairmen of Mjølnerparken ghetto confirmed that Mjølnerparken...

Chilean ex pats celebrate their independence in Denmark

By Ignacia Baudrand Empanadas, cueca and pisco sours is a sight one would not expect to see in the middle of Copenhagen. But on...
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A perfect country? A look into Danish immigration laws

By Ignacia Baudrand Migration has been an issue that has defined the public agenda the last few years. The issue has been particularly relevant...

Copenhagen’s Nørrebro continues to thrive through diversity

Though characterized as volatile and less glamorous than the idealized Danish neighborhood, Nørrebro’s residents seem perfectly content by Domenic Strazzabosco & Sarah Petty Top...
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The search for non-dairy ice cream in Copenhagen

By Malakai Wade Ice cream is very popular in Copenhagen. According to Google maps, there are about 60 ice cream parlors in the city....
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The difference between the parent and the state: Creating equality for parental leave

By Dajana Komp and Malakai Wade The gender issue surrounding parental leave typically affects women more than men. In Denmark, inequality is still present,...