Henrik Vinther

Thai Ice Cream Rolls takes on Denmark

Thai Ice Cream Rolls are making an impact in Denmark as several companies are making a move to introduce the Danes to the Thai dessert.  Thai-style ice cream rolls are slowly making an impact in Denmark. Recently an ice cream café from the Danish island of Bornholm has begun distributing the Thai custom over the…

Chinese hackers targeted IoT-devices during Helsinki Trump-Putin Summit

One of the largest weaknesses in our electronic infrastructure is poorly secured IoT-devices exposed for ill-intentioned hackers. Allegedly these devices were the targets of Chinese hackers during the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki in July. Over the recent years there has been a increasing focus on the vulnerabilities in the growing technological environment which we have…

DCBF and blockchain: Exporting Danish authenticity

Numerous scandals in the Chinese food industry have created a market for safe and secure products. The Danish-Chinese Business Forum (DCBF) plans to use blockchain technology to create profit from this situation. In the recent years, China has been struggling with their domestic food supply. Stories of counterfeit baby formulas, of expired or fake meat…

Chinese nuclear company buys majority in Swedish wind farm

China’s CGN has bought the majority of shares in a Swedish windfarm still under construction. When finished, it will be the largest onshore farm in Europe. In the northeast of Sweden, on the western coast of the Bothnian Bay by the town Piteå, a large windfarm is under construction. Actually, it’s among the very largest…

China removes restrictions: Norwegian salmon export will triple

The fear of salmon anaemia and other variants of the virus caused China to ban certain imports of Norwegian salmon in 2015. The ban has been lifted, which may cause the export from Norway to triple in the latter part of 2018. In 2015 there was discovered traces of salmon anaemia and other variants of the virus…

Hong Kong magazine bikes through Copenhagen: ‘Why is everyone so happy?’

The South China Morning Post decided to find out why Danes were among the happiest country in the world by grabbing a bike and riding through the streets of a Copenhagen-summer.  Journalist Tim Pile of the South China Morning Post decided to visit Denmark to get a glimpse of what apparently made everyone so happy…

Myanmar court charges Reuters reporters under Official Secrets Act

The Scandinavian embassies in Myanmar are still pleading for the release of two jailed Reuters journalists. Today the court has decided to charge them under the criticized Official Secrets act.  The two Reuters journalists, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, has been charged with violating the Official Secrets Act, according to Reuters. The Official Secrets…