Here you will find information about other various organizations with relevance for Danes living in Shanghai and people with an interest in commercial relations, investments and trade between Denmark and China.
Below is the complete list of all organizations, businesses and interest groups. You may also browse separately by category
If you are running a business or other organization with special relevance to Denmark, Danes and the Danish Community in Shanghai, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Ningbo or other parts of Eastern China and would like to be featured on the list please send an email to: email@example.com
One evening a month Danish women in Shanghai meet up at a restaurant in Shanghai to have dinner together, share information and experiences and help each other.
The China IPR SME Helpdesk provides European Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) with free, confidential, business-focused advice relating to China IPR.
The Consulate General serves both businesses and citizens.
Join DABGO on Linkedin “DABGO Kina” and visit www.dabgo.net for information about events, jobs, workplaces, forum, blogs and more.
Danes Worldwide is the association which represents the many thousands of Danes who live abroad for personal or career reasons.
Danish-Chinese Business Forum (DCBF) is an independent, executive, non-profit organisation based in Copenhagen, Denmark that aims to strengthen commercial ties between Denmark, Southern Sweden and China.
Danish Export Association is a private, Danish nationwide organization that currently consists of approx.
Danish Language training for adults is offered during daytime from 8am-3pm by educated Danish teacher from September 1st.
The Danish Mother’s group meets once or twice a month.
A new on-line tool available for Danes living outside Denmark, where your child can learn Danish on-line at weekly sessions.
DCCC Young Professional is a sub-division of DCCC Shanghai and we host social and professional events in Shanghai for young professionals with an interest in Denmark and Danish Chinese relations.
The Danish Schools in Shanghai and Suzhou offers Danish language taught once a week in small groups.
Anqing is located on the northern banks of the Yangtze River in Anhui province 430 km northwest of Shanghai – 238 km from Nanjing.
Their mission is to explore, attract, and motivate children to play soccer in Shanghai.
Haiyan County locates in the southeast of Changjiang Delta – app. 100 km away from Shanghai.
The Nordic Centre in Shanghai is a joint-venture between Fudan University, The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) and 27 universitites from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
NCCC is a non-profit independent business network committed to build bridge between the business communities of the Nordic countries and the Chinese speaking countries and regions.
NIP consist of both NIP assambly facilities and NIP Business Center. Being a full service and facility provider they support Nordic businesses entering China.
Magazine covering Scandinavian residents in Southeast Asia.
SEA the largest social organization of its kind in China— Shanghai Expatriate Association.
Free App collecting all expat bloggers in Shanghai and connecting them with readers in an easy & fun way.
Shanghai Danskere is a non-profit group who organizes yearly traditional family events for the Danish community such as “Fastelavn”, “Julestue” etc.
The Shanghai Vikings has been playing in the “Shanghai International Football League” since 1995.
Located in Suzhou, a city known as “the paradise on earth”, China Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP) is an important economic cooperation project between Chinese and Singapore government.
The Danish Management Society (abbreviated “VL” from its Danish name) is Denmarks largest and leading-edge network for corporate managers and executives.
Starting August 1st. 2013 the Danish Seamens Church in Hong Kong will also cover Beijing and Shanghai with a travelling priest.
The Shanghai Overseas Returned Scholars Association (SORSA) is an NGO that came into being in 1913 on the initiative of some returned Chinese scholars and students from overseas.
Xuzhou is located in the northwestern part of Jiangsu Province with 2 1/2 hours with high speed rail to either Beijing or Shanghai and 1 hour to Nanjing.