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DENMARK SEEN THROUGH FOREIGN EYES


An Icon a Day - Wonderful Cph Illustrations
Emma Sivell is an English born graphic designer working on a year long design project entitled "An icon a day" which comprises of daily graphic Copenhagen based illustrations. The perfect Copenhagen souvernir!
Copenhagen really is wonderful, for so many reasons
Denmark has just come top in the UN's survey of global happiness – far ahead of 18th-placed Britain. One former Londoner who moved to the Danish capital three years ago can see why • Cathy Strongman, guardian.co.uk, Saturday 7 April 2012, link Cathy Strongman is a British freelance journalist living in Copenhagen. Follow her blog here or on Twitter @CathyStrongman
How To Live in Denmark: A humorous guide for foreigners
How to Live in Denmark is a comic look at the challenges of being a foreigner in one of the world’s most homogenous countries. It’s written by Kay Xander Mellish, an American humor writer who has lived in Denmark for more than a decade. In addition to a regular blog, How To Live in Denmark is a weekly 5-minute podcast, available for free on iTunes. Blog Podcast
On Living as an American Expatriate in Denmark, by Thomas E. Kennedy
From ”Life in Another Language,” excerpted from Riding the Dog: A Look Back at America by Thomas E. Kennedy (Ft. Collins Colorado: New American Press), 2008. Copyright 2008 by Thomas E. Kennedy. Reprint only with author’s written permission. www.thomasekennedy.com