The springtime in Denmark is probably the only time during the year that Danes abroad look envious back at their home country.
After dwelling in the darkness of winter for what seems like several years, the summer dresses and shorts can finally be aired, the public places are actually pleasant to be on, and there’s a dramatic and sudden change in the general mood of the public.
Everyone is happy and smiling and there’s a seemingly free flow of music, beer and, compared to Southeast Asia, reasonable weather.
And on the occasion, the Danish Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, China will be hosting an afternoon of Danish smørrebrød, beers and drinks, first at Henkes terrace and afterwards in the park, where there will also be a chance to play Petanque or Kongespil (the one where you throw sticks at blocks and constantly have to watch your feet).
The event will take place on the 5th of May, and will be accesible with the fee of 200RMB. Contact the DCCC for more information.
And while waiting, you can listen to Vivaldi’s Spring to get in the right mood: