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Danish artist featuring interactive light arts at Sentosa Cove Singapore

Sentosa’s Island Lights, showcasing installations by local and international artists, takes place at Sentosa Cove Village Singapore until Dec 31. Among the artists, you will find Singaporean Danis artist Tina Fung. Tina Fung was born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark. She began as an interior designer in London before moving to Singapore in 2010, she…

School Opens Applications for Full IB Diploma Scholarship

KIS Int. School

IB DIPLOMA FULL SCHOLARSHIP, ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS NOW Join our inspiring community with academic scholarships for the IB Diploma and the IB Middle Years Programme. KIS International School is inviting ambitious students to apply for the coveted IB Diploma academic scholarship, also known as the “One Million Baht Scholarship”, for the academic year 2020-2021 onward. KIS…

Phuket’s heritage and cuisine part of old and new favourites

While Phuket’s tourism is having challenges in 2019 to draw enough visitors, this island destination nevertheless has a formidable smorgasbord of attractions, including new waterparks, shopping centres dining destinations and five-star stays that is more comprehensive than ever before – especially within the high-end segment. Join in as ScandAsia leaps into Phuket’s latest luxury with…

ScandAsia puts the spotlight on the Nordics’ circular economy Asian outreach

During SWITCH (Singapore Week of Innovation and TeCHnology) and Singapore Fintech Festival, Denmark’s ‘Sustainability Thought Leader Forum’ showcases Denmark and the Nordics as frontrunners in sustainable development, while the Nordic Innovation House Singapore showcases its Circular Economy & Energy programme. These are very prominent activities among many similar ones by the Nordics recently. In connection…

Students at KIS in Bangkok simulate migration issues

KIS Int. School

Understanding Human Migration Students in Grade 5 at KIS International School in Bangkok, Thailand, learned about migration. They welcomed guest speakers who were able to provide first hand accounts representing different perspectives on migration, including one of KIS’s teachers who was a child refugee from Vietnam, a representative of an NGO working with refugees, a KIS staff…

Patong’s past and present inspire Danish chef Morten Nielsen

Chef Morten Nielsen is back in Thailand, following his most recent stint with Dusit Thani Guam Resort in remote Micronesia. But Morten has now been for a bit over a year on the much more accessible island of Phuket, as Executive Chef for Hotel Indigo Phuket Patong, There, he is part of introducing five-star dining,…

Unique Yangon: “Blood” splatters and men in skirts

shwedagon pagoda myanmar yangon

Developing. That would be the best word to describe the largest city and former capital of Myanmar, Yangon, previously known as Rangoon. Before arriving in Yangon, I didn’t have many expectations as Myanmar isn’t the top picked tourist destination in travel catalogues. With images of the city being slim to non-existent in my head, I…

Shoes from coffee grounds to be launched in November

Tran and Son Chu are friends and entrepreneurs that are about to launch something unique in November 2019. They met at a coffee shop in Helsinki, Finland during their study 2 years ago. As their friendship developed they also sharing common passions. “I can never have enough of Vietnamese coffee,” says Tran. But the duo…

Danish Adventurer to speak at DABS event

DABS – Danish Association for Businessmen in Singapore – invites member to join a unique evening on 21 November 2019 from 18.30 onwards at the Danish Seamen’s Church. Speaker of the evening will be Mikkel Beha Erichsen, the 53 year old Danish TV producer known for “De teenageramte familier” (2001), “Shake It” (2001) and “Dirty…