Whether you are a homesick Dane or just generally interested in Denmark and all things Danish here are the best links to Danish Culture and Lifestyle in Shanghai and surrounding cities such as Suzhou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Ningbo and other places in Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces.
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.
Danes Worldwide is the association which represents the many thousands of Danes who live abroad for personal or career reasons.
Danish Language training for adults is offered during daytime from 8am-3pm by educated Danish teacher from September 1st.
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.
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.
Magazine covering Scandinavian residents in Southeast Asia.
Shanghai Danskere is a non-profit group who organizes yearly traditional family events for the Danish community such as “Fastelavn”, “Julestue” etc.
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.