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Star Alliance Introduces enhanced Asia Airpass

Star Alliance has launched an enhanced Asia Airpass for travel across the Asian continent. “The new Asia Airpass, with its extended routing possibilities, reflects the growing desire for travellers to explore the full Asian continent on an Airpass journey, a need which was not fully met in the past,” said Horst Findeisen, Vice President Commercial…

Danish embassy in Bangkok seeking three new interns

The Embassy of Denmark in Thailand is hiring three new interns from August 1 till January 31. The interns will be a part of three dynamic teams in the areas Politics, Administration  and Public Diplomacy; Development cooperation with Myanmar; Promoting exports and corporate collaboration. Politics, Administration and Public Diplomacy The work will include the embassy’s coverage of…

Norwegian know-how contributes to underground oil storage in Singapore

Faced with the growing demand for oil storage, coupled with the scarcity of industrial land, Singapore’s JTC Corporation ventured underground in search of an innovative solution for more industrial space. This resulted in a groundbreaking solution for oil storage with the gigantic underground rock caverns off Jurong Island. When completed, the first phase of the…

Chinese buy Danish mink farms

According to Kopenhagen Fur, within the last year at least five Danish mink farms have been bought by Chinese investors, and this is a new tendency. “We haven’t seen this sort of interest from the Chine investors before. It happened within the last six months where several Danish mink farms have been bought and there…

Nordic-Chinese Chamber of Commerce celebrates New Year in Copenhagen

Thursday, February 7, the Nordic-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (NCCC) celebrated Chinese New Year at the Mariott Hotel in Copenhagen. The turn up was big and drums, lion dance and speeches marked the occasion. The NCCC is a newly founded chamber of commerce that includes China, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and the Åland Islands.…

Post Danmark reaching for Chinese stamp collectors

Danes who enjoys the hobby of collecting newly pressed stamps are becoming a small group. Post Danmark Stamps who produce stamps to collectors say that their number of members have been decreasing in the recent years. Both nationally and internationally Post Danmark Stamps only has 20.000 members. Newly pressed  stamps are usually not collectors items with any profit…