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  • CBSLife Copenhagen Treasures: Wallmans Dinner Show - CBSLife
    opulent music great artistry and impressive acrobatics Via Wallmans The stage show was fascinating especially since the entertainment took place on the large center stage and also in every corner of the hall The fact that all the artists were wearing sparkling costumes really added to the allure of being at a Las Vegas show The heart melting boyband medley was compelling and their was also music from some of the greatest legends such as Elton John and U2 Without revealing too much you will have plenty of opportunity to take part in the show Between each part of the show there was a break to enjoy the sumptuous 4 course dinner and the accompanying wine This gives you a chance to get very close to the artists as they are also the ones serving the dinner Via Wallmans The show culminated in a mighty rock finale which simultaneously kick started the dancefloor and transformed the location into a nightclub Especially Fridays and Saturdays are great evenings to visit and the drinks in the bar are very fancy It is a dress up kind of night where all sorts of guests participate Private events as well as company arrangements take place here It is an evening to treat yourself and your friends family or colleagues with a remarkable experience where food entertainment great atmosphere and fantastic surroundings are united in perfect harmony It is an international show that activates all senses and which takes place in English so everyone can participate It was a complete and perfect experience all the way from entering the building until we left An absolute must see Via Wallmans The show runs Thursday through Saturday until mid June 2016 Homepage http www wallmans dk Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Marie Louise Klein has a bachelor degree in B Sc International Business at the Copenhagen Business School She is currently getting her second bachelor degree in Law at University of Copenhagen in order to become a lawyer She is originally from the Whiskey Belt in Northern Sealand and lived as well as studied a year on the east coast of US and six months on the west coast She enjoys all sorts of sport especially playing tennis windsurfing and all other water sports and additionally loves traveling the world Tags acrobatics dinner food musical night out restaurant Show Wallmans Wallmans dinner show Previous Post Next Post Related News April 16 2016 Is CBS ignoring the economics debate April 13 2016 Ublend Releases the World s First Education Network April 13 2016 Copenhagen Getaways Mini Cruise to Oslo Norway April 6 2016 Guest Article 10 Things You Didn t Know About Being A Student Worker A Response Leave a reply Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Find us on Facebook Popular Recent Categories Does Denmark Have a Race Problem 106 Comments The 5 Worst Things About Moving to Copenhagen 15 Comments The Ethics of Blanking as a Strategy 9 Comments How To

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  • CBSLife CBS Building Tomorrow- Magic in the Moonlight - CBSLife
    from the crowd and more of their own take on dating Fast forward to the last half an hour of the night with the strong chill vibes in the air and everyone clinging on to their jackets another German pop artist showed up on stage Jonas Menke with his brand of acoustic pop punk After a Justin Beiber cover to get the crowd going they followed up with a variety of cheesy love songs any Simple Plan or Jonas Brothers No pun intended fan could relate to With this one could conclude that the night ended on a beautifully magical note Would I go for one fo these events again Certainly Via Alisa ZB At a price of 40kr getting to see two comedy acts and four upcoming artists was surely a steal and despite the cold the venue remained packed till the very end Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Tanmay Singh Madan Tanmay or as he goes by his monicker TSM is a first year B Sc International Business Student from India Having spent close to a year in Denmark he has tried to embrace Danish culture and is still finding a way around the phrase Får får ikke får får får lam without his strong Indian accent coming in the way Tags cbs cbs building tomorrow cbs improv theatre magic in the moonlight Previous Post Next Post Related News April 13 2016 Copenhagen Getaways Mini Cruise to Oslo Norway April 6 2016 Guest Article 10 Things You Didn t Know About Being A Student Worker A Response March 25 2016 Guide Kickstart your journey to South East Asia March 24 2016 Copenhagen Getaways One hot Italian minute Leave a reply Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Find us on Facebook Popular Recent Categories

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  • CBSLife How to Make Money – Hedge Fund Manager of the Decade
    in the rat race wanting to get that extra dividend to prove myself just one more year and mostly wanting to prove my loyalty to my colleagues and partners So the decision of quitting was partly because I felt my independence slipping away I knew that the real me would want to get out of it eventually How did you start learning about Robotics I have always been interested in science and science fiction and I have been reading about it before even starting school My father worked at ABB Robotics so we talked about robotics early on in the seventies He liked gadgets and I got my first computer in 1982 I started with understanding programming and controlling machines and I got fascinated with that kind of development But it was in the late nineties when I started learning about modern AI and robotics I stumbled upon Eric Drexler s book Engines of Creation The Coming Era of Nanotechnology In that not only does he go into physics and mechanics of nanotechnology but he also talks about how to use it for building robots and computers After reading it I kept looking for new books and articles on the topic I actually made the mistake of talking about the coming era of nanotechnology and robotics when I was an analyst and I tried to present my case for Swedish IT consultancy companies One client asked Why are we talking about this and then I said There s so much promise for the future and then kept going on into nanotechnology and he was like A that s probably not for this quarter Your hope is that students dismiss investment banking and management consulting as future industries for you instead immersing yourself in exploration of some of the big four technologies nanotech AI biotech automation robotics in order to solve the big five problems Food Water Energy Pollution Health Could you please talk a bit more about this and the general impact of robotics I think that in general solving real and important problems will always feel better for the person doing it than just shifting money around Since you cannot really be sure that you will become rich from doing finance or management consultancy it is better to do something that makes you feel fulfilled and important It doesn t at all mean that you won t get wealthy It might be the other way around If I am right and finance is in decline it is going to be more difficult than ever to become rich in finance whereas people like Elon Musk show that you can definitely become rich doing work in the big technologies and trying to solve world s problems It is more interesting more fulfilling and more important for everybody and it is more future proof If you work in robotics and you become good at it there is tremendous room for all kinds of employees in this field in the coming 20 to 30 years This goes for all the other technologies and big problems as well for example trying to desalinate water Trying to get ahead in finance I think that will be very difficult Read Mikael s article on the impact of robotics and relevant career opportunities here How should a business student with no engineer skills proceed if he wants to benefit from the future development in robotics get a job in engineering learn online how to code etc That is a really hard one if you are already a finance student I guess my real advice that I wish people would take is to quit and restart Either go into an engineering program or just buy an Aibo and take it apart learn to build a new robot from the parts and try to program it using Python It would be fun to learn to make new movements new detections new sensors just take it step by step It probably sounds very complicated to a business student but I think everything can be learned in very small and easy steps Just start with the most basic electronic components and motors and just try to make things move On the other hand if you do not like mechanics and you do not find it interesting to program let s say you tried it for 20 or 100 hours and it doesn t appeal to you then you shouldn t do it That is not where you belong if you do not like it no matter how important the industry might be Now we are back to the finance trajectory A finance student might try to make a living in one of the mentioned industries related to the big technologies world s problems rather than going into banking What about consultancy Is it a good idea to go into consultancy in fields related to the big technologies nanotech AI biotech automation robotics and problems Food Water Energy Pollution Health Yes there are a lot of things to do there I have written about the problems with robotics and possible solutions It doesn t seem that robotics companies want to combine these problems into a single robot maybe a problem of miniaturization all technologies can t fit on the same platform or maybe these companies do not know of each other since they are occupied with solving their little island in the field of robotics or sensors Now Google and Boston Dynamics seem to come along quite well and making robots that are almost fulfilling the promises we all hoped for As a manager consultant these days you can make a big contribution to finding which companies should come together which entrepreneurs and inventors should find each other and combine their efforts If I were to grade a finance career and a management consultant career the latter would win by a landslide in this respect Consultants would be much more important and their work is potentially more interesting as well But just to be clear I talk a lot about robotics but I want to stress that any profession you like is equally good and not least any of the big x tech problems such as AI robotics genetics nanotech stem cells bio printing organs food environment water food health longevity death pollution global warming virtual reality brain robot interaction bionics HIV multi resistant bacteria bacteriophages stem cells Space exploration and more For example I am personally involved in health and future foods such as omega 3 oil fish oil crickets yes insects and algae various supplements including Omega 3 When I talk about robotics I am talking about all related things like the hardware platform hardware finished robot product hardware sensors actuators etc software Artificial Intelligence trading robots artificial agents Virtual Reality Augmented reality maybe even 3D printing The term robotics is mainly a shorthand for all things human machine interaction To sum up if I were to restart a new career it would be in the field of robotics which I think have the potential of becoming for this century what the auto industry has been for the last century At present we have a lot of stupid single purpose robots everywhere some are status symbols some are not anymore They are called cars washing machines dishwashers vacuum cleaners etc Soon more general purpose robots will take over more and more household chores caretaking of sick and old companionship telepresence socializing I also think robots can become the new status symbol that has been reserved for cars but probably 10 years out Mikael writes more about all the opportunities offered by technology here Where does brain plasticity and the power of focusing on your work by avoiding distractions deep work come into place and why is that important for a student to know It has been quite well demonstrated that technology is moving faster and faster that the world is becoming more complex and that means that in order to stay ahead and be relevant rather than be automated away you need to have the ability to learn new and difficult things fast To be able to do that you need to focus When you focus for longer amounts of time without being distracted your brain functions at a higher level and capacity Most people have felt it one time or another getting the feeling of flow If you ever had the feeling that whatever you learned was absorbed by your brain and you felt that it was stimulating and accelerating and you understood it all then you know kind of what you can achieve if you learn how to focus for 90 minutes at a time It doesn t even have to be 90 minutes but 30 minutes is much better than 15 Going above 90 minutes is very difficult for most people and it is also not healthy to be sitting down for that long time anyway so you should get up The main message is simply that if you want to be able to learn new and difficult things and you will need it in the future then you need to know how to focus If you do not practice it now you might not be able to do it later I think that if you take an average 23 years old student and just turn off the cellphone and ask him her to do challenging intellectual work on the computer without internet it won t take more than a couple of minutes before he she will start reaching for their phone or try to open a web browser They just can t concentrate and focus while keep doing what they are supposed to do As most of my advice go you can just start it in easy steps There s no reason at all to go from 0 to 100 when you are in your 20s and you have never focused Give it 3 months do it 1 minute the first day 2 minutes the second day and after 90 days you will up at 90 minutes I am sure you will start to love it What do you think about building your own business in your 20s Should you first get some experience by pursuing a career It depends on case to case On one hand if you are disciplined you can go into any line of work get your monthly wage and save as much as possible which I think it is extremely difficult for most because you just want to get the money and party out with people However if you can save it and you can use your spare time to think about and plan ahead starting your own business as well as learning on the job since there s somebody paying you to get contacts and to be taught what its industry is about then that s definitely the way to go It is good to have a couple of tens of thousands of dollars for your startup rather than having to sell equity On the other hand a lot of successful people have started their business as students since they got the contacts and the network they wanted from the business school itself So it depends on what kind of person you are and how well your social and business skills got developed in those four years of studies What should a student know about networking and building relationships Personally I was extremely bad at networking and I did not understand what it was Once I was told about it I thought it sounded artificial and strange I thought that either you have friends or you don t Now 25 years later I kind of understand that you can create connections that will become important without these connections forming friendships What you should do is to use every opportunity you get during mingling sessions school parties and teamwork efforts to switch around and not be with the exact same people all the time It feels comfortable to be within the same group writing all the essays and doing all the homework but that is probably what you should avoid Those are your friends anyway What you should do is try to introduce yourself to more people even though it is not about writing essays it just could be starting a conversation at a party or in the lunchroom Try to meet more people and make them meet you Listen to what they have to say first you learn a lot second if you are a good listener and you make them feel interesting then they will like you and give you a chance Sooner or later eg 10 years later these will be people who remember you You will never know when that network will provide value It is not about trying to sneak into somebody s inner circle it is about just being opened and putting yourself out there so that people know that you exist and that you are at least a bit nice That is enough to start with Do you think these principles apply to building relationships with business or older people as well I think when it comes to senior people it is more important to try to provide some kind of value They are usually pressed for time they already have their circle of close friends and network and they might think they have enough You can provide some kind of value either by offering your network to them or asking if there s anything you can do for them for example if you are very interested in their line of business they are in and you are willing to do free work for them The worst thing you can ever do when approaching a senior people is saying Hi I think you are so cool I want you to be my mentor That is nothing that will put people off more than that Regarding networking skills and what we talked about robotics you mentioned in one of your articles about the importance of deal making and needs vs wants Can you elaborate on that You can get in the line of robotics by trying to connect various companies and entrepreneurs in robotics with each other That would provide value and create contacts You can just map out all robotics companies you can think and maybe start interviewing people within those companies After you learn about them you will sit on a treasure trove of information which companies should fit with each Then you can connect people and this type of deal making without knowing the technology behind is a good way to go into robotics if you are a business oriented student Going into the topic of work life balance I think most students know that you need to put in the extra hours required to achieve success You used to work in the beginning an average of 80 hours week with a few highs of 110 hours week which affected your sleep and performance What practical advice can you give students in order to live a balanced life That is really difficult If you want success then more or less you have to deal with what is expected of you If you get into a company like Goldman Sachs were as a junior you are expected to turn on the lights when you come to the office and turn them off when you leave as the last one then that is what you have to do There will probably be 100 hour work weeks sometimes But that is if you go into places like McKinsey or Goldman Sachs The real question is do you really want to get into those companies I don t think there is such thing as work life balance in those companies at least as a junior From what I heard from people at McKinsey there isn t really any work life balance for several years after that either maybe only when you are a partner and you can start delegating your work to juniors If you are in a little more normal company you should think hard about your integrity Tell the boss I work 70 hours but no more because I think I will actually become worse if I add more hours than if I don t I am doing this to provide more value to the company by keeping my mind fresh and being able to work focused the hours I put in rather than doing facetime I think most companies and managers will respect that kind of insight tremendously and they also know that 60 70 hours a week is still a very respectable workload There will also be bosses that will think that is bullshit and that you just have to work overtime since they might get other people lined up wanting to work 90 hours a week However I believe you should think for your own sake and take that stand But if you are at Goldman Sachs and you want to become partner for some reason then there s no other way around You pointed out a couple of times about the importance of being healthy and I know that other Wall Street employees bloggers wrote about it too How can one maintain his health under the pressure of long hours work weeks You need to find a way to keep your body in shape even if you aspire to become a partner at Goldman Sachs Try to fake your drinking if you are out with clients because your superiors will try to trick you into drinking since they might find it fun to see a junior guy half drank to death in the evening and then having to come in at 6 o clock in the morning If you break under that pressure you stand the risk of losing the job to another junior sooner or later You can take

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  • CBSLife Reviewed : Uropa - An Asylum Ballet (CBSLife)
    are many of you we cannot take you all so why should we take you What do you have to offer The voice commands and insults the protagonists throughout the performance and ensures a steady progression through the story lines with a smooth transition from one story to another We are bouncing between the refugees heart breaking migration and their horrific experiences on the way We slowly start to understand the bigger picture as the protagonists are introduced Ali who was forced to leave his home in Pakistan due to his homosexuality Jesca who was prosecuted in Uganda because she is lesbian Samsun who had to flee Eritrea due to a violent regime Salam and Elian who fled Syria after the start of the civil war Their stories compete for the audiences and symbolically the asylum authorities attention sympathy and empathy One horrible story precedes the other as you try to process the details The theme is dark and grim throughout and it will not exactly lighten your day It does however give you perspectives and provides refreshing inputs regarding the debate Via www b dk And this is most likely the ballet s main strength It evokes emotions challenges stereotypes and questions our assumptions on this very familiar topic As the message of the horrors of the refugee s situation literally dances around on the stage the strongest part of the performance culminates when the protagonists are gathered around a table As the different refugees performers point out the deficiencies of the current immigration policies around Europe a repeating question comes up What do we do What can we do The ballet concludes it does not seem to have the answer It does however in my opinion bring us one step closer toward seeing the true nature behind the causes and consequences of the current refugee crisis and it also demonstrates how some of the myths and popular beliefs spurring and resurfacing around the issue are wrong Once and for all Read more about the ballet the people behind the project and look out for future productions from the team at https kglteater dk det sker sason 2015 2016 ballet uropa Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Olav Soldal Olav is a 22 year old BSc IBP who does his best to avoid studying Whether that is by writing for CBS Life volunteering for CBS Students or signing up for every CBS event available you will see him running around campus either promoting an event or asking for directions to the next one The fine thing While doing this he is slowly realizing what studying is all about Spend enough time in the library to keep up spend enough time outside to keep it fun Tags ballet CBSCulture CPH culture Royal theatre Uropa Previous Post Next Post Related News April 16 2016 Is CBS ignoring the economics debate April 13 2016 Ublend Releases the World s First Education Network April 13 2016 Copenhagen Getaways Mini

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  • CBSLife Copenhagen Getaways: Ystad Saltsjöbad - CBSLife
    floor the area was divided into three On the one side there was a nice champagne bar At another end there was a large room with no windows large soft king size beds along the walls and a large fireplace in the middle of the room creating a cozy and calm atmosphere In the other end there were large windows by the sea and on the sides creating an open space with a sense of purity The view was just stunning After visiting all spa areas and relaxing with a good book we went for our massage appointments We went into separate rooms and enjoyed 30 minutes of pure soft muscle treatment Overall the calmness must be stressed Everyone moved around in a complete different pace than normally The atmosphere is highly restful and tranquil and everything will get something out of a stay here Via Marie Louise Klein The finest dinner After a wonderful and relaxing time in the spa we were voracious by the time we went down for dinner There are two different restaurants each with their own charm Vitas is a small French American bistro with a beautiful characteristic interior We opted for dinner at Port a Swedish American seafood restaurant with a timeless and luxurious yet classic interior We had salmon tartar as a starter which was very good A lovely steak as main course supplemented by a nice red wine and to satisfy my love of chocolate we had a chocolate fondant for dessert Via Maire Louise Klein Breakfast and Morning Run The experience at Ystad Saltsjöbad was far from over In the morning we went for a beautiful run along a nice trail by the sea We saw the most amazing sunrise while watching the steam from the cold water After the run we got dressed and went to the restaurant to have the most important meal of the day breakfast I am a bit of a connoisseur when it comes to breakfast and it was an extraordinary one of the kind with everything from fruit and waffles to eggs and bacon We enjoyed it sitting at a table looking out at the sea enjoying the last bit of our trip Is Ystad Saltsjöbad for you YSB is the ideal place for a short getaway to relax both body mind and soul in beautiful surroundings It does come at a price but it is certainly worth every dime It is the perfect trip to see the beautiful coasts of Sweden it is the perfect partner getaway for a special occasion or the perfect get away from work or thesis project When I left YSB I felt a newfound level of relaxation It was the perfect combination of experiencing the nature by the sea and the lovely spa as well as eating delicious food and enjoying good wine It is an experience I will certainly look back on and a place that I will definitely be visiting sometime soon in the future Via Marie

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  • CBSLife Guest Article: A HR's advice on Graduate Programs - CBSLife
    Netherlands Via ca dk What is typically weighted more in terms of candidates applications In general and this isn t only with reference to graduates it is important for us that the candidate has actually read the job advertisement thoroughly Next always send a motivated application along with your CV It may sound incredibly banal to some but you d be surprised by the number of people who don t send one in If you ve read through the job application carefully you know exactly what skills and qualifications you need to highlight and which ones to leave out in both your resume and your application Make it easy for the recipient to see exactly why you best fit the position At Experian we are more concerned with the candidate as a whole In other words it is not enough to have the technical qualifications one also has to show commitment and interest towards the position and fit well into the team they might potentially become a part of In this way it s not so much a question of excellent results or a specific education but rather a question of finding a candidate who shows that they know what they re getting into This means reading and understanding the job advertisement and ensuring that there is good chemistry between both parties It can be an advantage to have some relevant work experience particularly in regards to this as it often means that the candidate is likely to have a greater understanding of the types of tasks and challenges he or she will encounter and thus has a more realistic picture of what to expect from the position Via ca dk How does the recruitment process work What are the steps one has to go through right from application to interview to employment At Experian the graduate programmes are internally coordinated as there are international stakeholders In practice this means that a potential candidate is likely to be invited in for two interviews The first where one is likely to meet some of the members of the immediate team one might become a part of And the second a more technical interview where one gets the chance to speak to one of the international stakeholders typically a specialist within the given field After the second interview all those involved in the two interviews have a discussion on the different candidates and then come to a mutual decision on which candidate the position is to be offered to This article was originally written in Danish by Ask Blicher Møller HR Coordinator at Experia n A S for CA Karrierepartner og a kasse for højtuddannede i erhvervslivet The article has been translated by CBSLife writer Mihika Deb To read the original piece and find out more click here Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Mihika Deb Mihika Deb is currently taking her bachelor in BA English and Organizational Communication When she s not studying she s usually happily

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  • CBSLife Copenhagen Treasures: Dining Week 2016 - CBSLife
    will then take you to the payment section Once you ve paid your tickets will be sent to you via email Your tickets will have the name of the resturaunt and the time of your booking printed on it All you have to do then is to get to the resturaunt on time and show them your ticket Via diningweek dk Many restaurants have chains in cities all across Denmark so make sure you ve booked a table in the right place Last year at Dining Week 2015 116 000 tickets were sold over 142 restaurants This year tickets are still available but they re places are fast being reserved so if you re interested get booking now Happy Dining Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Mihika Deb Mihika Deb is currently taking her bachelor in BA English and Organizational Communication When she s not studying she s usually happily spending her time running CBSLife chilling with friends or googling holiday images and for the most part obsessing over cats Tags cbslife copenhagen dining week copenhagen treasures dining week 2016 food student Previous Post Next Post Related News April 13 2016 Copenhagen Getaways Mini Cruise to Oslo Norway April 6 2016 Guest Article 10 Things You Didn t Know About Being A Student Worker A Response March 25 2016 Guide Kickstart your journey to South East Asia March 24 2016 Copenhagen Getaways One hot Italian minute Leave a reply Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Find us on Facebook Popular Recent Categories Does Denmark Have a Race Problem 106 Comments The 5 Worst Things About Moving to Copenhagen 15 Comments The Ethics of Blanking as a Strategy 9 Comments How To Budget Travel 4 Comments The 10 Best Danish Movies and What They Say About Danes

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  • CBSLife StartUp Weekends
    first night It was definitely mind blowing how many health related problems that I have never heard of before existed and the innovative solutions that people came up with After a good night s rest we got back together on Saturday where it was all work and no play in which we engaged ourselves in business model creation coding designing and market validation During the day we had the chance to meet with various coaches and mentors from all walks of life such as a partner of a law firm a project manager at a local hospital founders of start ups professors and many more Naturally we heard clashing suggestions from different experts that gave us a new perspective and it was hard to filter out which opinions we thought were more useful at this stage The highlight of the day was definitely the interchange of pitches with the Startup Weekend Health in USA on Skype and it was interesting to learn about the different ideas our American counterparts had such as their focus on home health care services On the last and final day we finalized and trained the pitches with mentors who gave us practical feedback Before we knew it it was already time for the final presentation in which teams presented in front of the 3 event judges from Microsoft Nova Seeds and Damgaard A S Winners were announced and everyone celebrated in an after party It was truly inspiring how raw ideas transformed into marketable products or services over the time of three short days Startup Weekends are happening in cities around the globe almost every weekend If you are interested you can find an event near you on http startupweekend org Or if there isn t one learn about how you can organize one yourself http startupweekend org organizers Who knows you might meet your cofounder or investor and be the next Mark Zuckerberg Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Phoebe Wang Born in Taipei raised in Vancouver and currently an exchange student at CBS from HKUST majoring in Global Business Marketing An avid ice cream lover who is extremely afraid of the cold Her mission here is to try all the delicious iskage there are in CPH without getting sick Tags cbs cbslife copenhagen startup weekends Previous Post Next Post Related News April 13 2016 Copenhagen Getaways Mini Cruise to Oslo Norway April 6 2016 Guest Article 10 Things You Didn t Know About Being A Student Worker A Response March 25 2016 Guide Kickstart your journey to South East Asia March 24 2016 Copenhagen Getaways One hot Italian minute Leave a reply Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Find us on Facebook Popular Recent Categories Does Denmark Have a Race Problem 106 Comments The 5 Worst Things About Moving to Copenhagen 15 Comments The Ethics of Blanking as a Strategy 9 Comments How To Budget Travel 4 Comments The 10 Best Danish Movies and What They Say About Danes

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