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Hej and welcome to my blog! 🙂 I am Tuni Nguyen – a 24 year old, German-Vietnamese girl living and studying in beautiful Copenhagen.
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What I like about China (and why I might miss it in Denmark)

Hej everyone! It’s been almost 3 weeks since I left gray Copenhagen for Beijing. I never had the chance to really get to know the Chinese lifestyle before. China and its business culture is included in the curriculum of my studies and I spent a vacation in Shanghai before – but still when I got on […]

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4 wonderful spots to discover Copenhagen from above

Tonight I will fly to China and until January, I will study in China and Taiwan, and travel around South East Asia. I am really happy to get the chance to see new countries, improve my Chinese language and let’s be honest, spend some real summer days at the beach (instead of the 2 weeks […]

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The beautiful Danish cliffs Møns Klint (and how to get there)

From Copenhagen to Møns Klint Sometimes, you just want to escape the busy city life and crowded touristic spots in the Copenhagen. So did we today. My dear boss took my colleague and me on a road trip and we exchanged our office for nature, endless beaches along the gigantic chalk cliffs and lots of […]

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Learning Danish

Learning a new language is difficult and at times, really, really frustrating. Especially with Danish, since -let’s be honest- it’s just a weird language to learn. You don’t pronounce the words how they are written. Or Things are written one way, but when you speak it, no one would use that word order or pronunciation. […]

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Where 90% of Copenhageners will go to enjoy flowers this weekend – The city is blooming up 🙂

Finally ! The long winter months are gone, spring is coming and Copenhagen is shining in new, bright colours. Everywhere in the city, the flowers are blooming and if haven’t seen it yourself, no worries – people in your Social Media are posting about it, newspapers are printing the stories like it wouldn’t happen every […]

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Pick pocketers in Copenhagen

About a month ago, I went to work at 10 am and on my way there I just had a horrible experience at Østerport St. Two men, one walking behind me and the other one next to me, tried to steal my credit card. They walked very close to me and luckily I felt weird […]

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My melancholic, favourite place for Flæskestegssandwich

Growing up, my parents had a little grill in Goslar (a small little town in Germany) back in the beginning of 2000. That is where I spend a lot of time during my childhood. It wasn’t until a couple of years later when I was 13 or 14, that we moved to Bremen and upgraded […]

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“The Wave” at Ofelia Plads (Frost Festival)

I bet in the past days, your Social Media feeds have been full of glowing triangles in Copenhagen right? I was wondering when I saw all the pictures on my Instagram: What is this, where did the display come from and where it was located? Luckily, I got convinced to go for a short walk last […]

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The infamous Forbidden City 🏯
My friend and I made some new friends who had VIP tickets left for the Arsenal vs Chelsea game yesterday⚽️❤ So fun how travelling works and who you end up meeting 😊 The match was awesome by the way, 3:0 for Chelsea
9 days left in Beijing before I head to Bali 😉 so here is a stereotype touristic picture of me infront of a scenic spot
I didn't go out much in Copenhagen or in general.. but dang Beijing's night life won over my heart😍😄
I wrote a new blog post about what I like about China and will miss when I leave this wonderful country 🇨🇳 Link in my bio 😗 I hope you'll like it ❤ #中国
I went to the Great Wall today 😍 #greatwallofchina
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14-07-17 🇫🇷 On this day one year ago, 86 people lost their lives in Nice. A change of circumstances made me leave the city just a few days before the attack, which is a long time span but it sure does not feel like it. Still, for me personally this night changed me profoundly and the way I look at many things. The importance of life changes a lot when you try to reach friends and beloved ones during the attack and hope that they were not close to the truck and injured. Life is so short in many ways. All we can do is trying to be as happy as we can be because losing someone you love or being involved in an attack or accident is sadly very real and close ❤
Love you Beijing 🇨🇳❤
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