Latest Scandinavian China News

Danes Worldwide: Can Danes abroad get a Corona Passport?

As an organization for Danes abroad, Danes Worldwide continues to provide the necessary information for Danes globally especially during the pandemic. Danes Worldwide continues to seek answers from the authorities and fights to ensure that consideration for Danes abroad is kept in mind in the coming time and planning.  Below is Danes Worldwide’s explanation regarding…

The Chinese Embassy condemns Swedish political demands on deporting the Ambassador

The Chinese Embassy in Stockholm condemns the demand from Swedish parties that Ambassador Gui Congyou be deported after the embassy’s threatening email to Swedish journalist Jojje Olsson, local media Expressen reports. The Sweden Democrats and the Christian Democrats in Sweden have previously demanded that China’s ambassador Gui Congyou be expelled from Sweden and after his…

DCCC co-hosts event with the Nordic Chambers at Volvo Studio

Danish Chamber of Commerce in China, together with Finnish Business Council Shanghai, SwedCham China, and NBA China is inviting you to their upcoming event ‘THE M&A PLAYBOOK – THE WHAT, THE WHY, THE HOW? On 15 April at Volvo Studios. The invitation reads: As China’s economy is growing, so are the investment opportunities, and thus…

Chinese Embassy threatens Swedish journalist in email

After Swedish media Expressen, last week published an article by Jojje Olsson concerning China’s H&M boycott in which he described the political game  that the state-orchestrated boycott is a part of, Jojje Olsson received an email from the Chinese Embassy in Sweden. Jojje Olsson is a Swedish journalist for Expressen, he is also a China expert based in…

Shanghai through the eyes of Danish businessman

2021 marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, which was born in 1921 in Shanghai. To mark the anniversary, local media Shine have run a series entitled “Shanghai through our eyes” and their fifth episode features Danish Businessman Simon Lichtenberg, CEO, and founder of Trayton Group. Simon Lichtenberg came…

Danish company celebrated its 75th anniversary in six countries including China

The Danish company Tajco, which makes tailpipes for cars, has branches in six countries and recently celebrated its 75th anniversary. Simultaneously with the celebration in Denmark, the anniversary was also marked in China, the USA, Germany, Slovakia, and Japan, where Tajco also has branches. Tajco’s production takes place at the company’s factory in China, where…

Volvo’s China sales saw the biggest increase in the first quarter of 2021

The Swedish automaker Volvo can celebrate a fantastic last year, despite the pandemic, with the launch of its first fully electric car and record-breaking sales in the second half of last year. It has not ended there for Volvo however as continuing this sales momentum, globally Volvo’s sales have increased by 40.8 percent in the…

Norwegian Uyghur Commission: China is behind frequent hacking attempts

The Norwegian Uyghur Committee and other Chinese minority groups globally experience frequent hacking attempts as piracy attempts have increased in recent years and accuse China of being behind the attempts, media Brytfmonline writes. Adljan Abdul Rahim, secretary of the Norwegian Uyghur Committee says to media TV2 that The Norwegian Uyghur Committee criticizes the Chinese authorities…

Newly elected party in Greenland says no to Australia and China regarding rare earth project

The left-wing party Inuit Ataqatigiit (IA) won the Greenland vote and are now saying no to the Australian company with close Chinese connections, Greenland Minerals, regarding a proposed mining project in Kvandefjeld. Greenland is the world’s largest island and an autonomous territory within the Kingdom of Denmark. The recent election on the island located between the Arctic…

The Philippines joins China, Finland, Sweden, and Thailand in contributing to future ChemTech Centre

The Philippines has contributed US$15,000 to a special Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Trust Fund to support the construction of a new facility, the OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology (“ChemTech Centre”), local media Mirage News reports. The Philippines join 47 countries including China, Finland, Sweden, and Thailand that so far have…