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The dilemma of living abroad

I remember when I was 19, I left my parent’s home for a gap year as soon as I finished high school. The stereotype work and travel adventure in Australia, with a few months backpacking in South East Asia (or in my case suitcasing since I can’t…
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My favourite spots in Beijing (architecture version)

5 weeks in Beijing went by so crazy fast and before I knew, I was on a plane going to my next destination, leaving China with lots of great memories and experiences :) Beijing is beautiful - especially when you are like me, and in love with…
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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…
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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…
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10 things (most) students go through when moving to Copenhagen

It is that time of the year again :) Exactly 2 years ago, I was among all the new international students who moved to Copenhagen to start studying. I figured that there a few things which are repeating itself every year. Personally I think,…
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What a German misses while living in Denmark – Part 2

As an expat in Copenhagen, you have so many advantages and on top, you are able to have joyful new discoveries of Danish culture and food. But still, you will always miss your home and the things that you are used to.. Over a year ago I wrote…