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Finnish Embassy at opening of 8th Myanmar School of Politics






The 8th Myanmar School of Politics, a programme aimed at enhancing the democratic knowledge and skills of politicians in Myanmar and furthering their practice of multiparty dialogue, was kicked off on Saturday 18 March 2017. Katarina Tapio, Deputy Head of Mission at the Finnish Embassy in Bangkok, was present at the opening ceremony where she held…

Norway meets with Thai Ministry of Energy






Kjetil Paulson, Ambassador of Norway to Thailand, met with representatives of the Thai Ministry of Energy as they stopped by the Norwegian Embassy on Friday 24 March 2017 The representatives from the Ministry of Energy in Thailand attended a meeting at the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Bangkok to discuss the Norwegian energy sector and how…

Danish Ambassador on Scandinavian Society Siam’s work in Bangkok

Uffe Wolffhechel, the Danish Ambassador to Thailand, welcomed the Scandinavian Society Siam to the garden of the Royal Danish Embassy in Bangkok for the yearly SSS Garden Party on 25 March 2017.

The ambassador compliments the society for their enthusiastic members and for both helping each other and creating a stage for socialising and sharing experiences, but also for taking good care of newcomers like himself, and says that he is happy that the embassy can contribute to the collaboration between the Scandinavian societies.

Read more about the SSS Garden party here.

Cambodians fight to save their forest against illegal logging with Danish help






Motorcycles are roaring, leaves rattle and every now and then a twig snaps under a shoe as a group of people, trying to protect the place they call home, gather deep inside of Cambodia’s biggest forest, Prey Lang. As one of Southeast Asia’s last remaining lowland evergreen woodlands, Prey Lang, which translates to ‘our forest’…

Remarkable Indonesian locals help Norwegian girl after being robbed






”I’ve got a story that you might find uplifting,” writes Øystein Baadsvik from Norway in a Facebook post, after a horrible event turned into a happy ending for his daughter Karin Baadsvik, all because of some friendly and helpful Indonesian locals. While travelling around in Indonesia, Karin Baadsvik suddenly found herself without passport, computer, wallet…

Danish brands on big Chinese ecommerce website






A new agreement between Denmark and China has opened up for more ecommerce. Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba has unveiled a Danish pavilion allowing Danish companies to sell their product through the platform Tmall Global, which is like a Chinese version of Amazon. The agreement follows Anders Samuelsen, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, visiting…

Christina is ready to take on China with organic baby food






She started by sharing baby food recipes with busy mothers online. Soon after she was selling her products in Danish super markets. Now she is about to start exporting her organic baby food to China. Christina Hansen, founder of Christina Hansen Organics, found her passion and success in making baby food of natural and simple…

Swedish BIMA brings security to uninsured Cambodians






“Many people just don’t even know what insurance is. So the very concept of insurance, it is something we have to explain a lot,” says Sebastian Morck, General Manager at BIMA in Cambodia. BIMA is a Swedish microinsurance company who started their project of bringing insurance to some of the poorest people in the world…