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Episode # 86 – Winter Jazz, How to Live Longer in Denmark, Expat Study, Organic Sausages & English Bookshops

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In this episode we indulge ourselves eating organic sausages ;) But first we have lots of interesting stuff to talk about. One of those things is some tip on how to live longer in Denmark ;))) That's right! Ask Tim about it. Julie then continues with some nice stats related to the expat communities in Denmark.

In this episode, Vladimir talks about a practical solution if you need a cable of any kind.

Only then we eat organic sausages and talk about pig farms in Denmark. What does "Ø symbol" mean? who is Hanegal? And etc.

Last, we answer a question by our loyal viewer about English bookshops in Denmark.

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Websites and resources shared in this Episode are as follows: (Survey) (Expat stats) (Winter Jazz in Copenhagen) (Av-Cables) (Bog Ide) (Bogpriser) (Boghandlerforeningen)

Other Useful Resources: (An ever-growing collection of web resources to make your stay more fun and enjoyable)
Consult with MyDenmarkTV team (Via telephone, to help you make your stay in Denmark more enjoyable) Copenhagen Tours (Book a guided tour by water or by bicycle and explore the best of the sights and sounds of Copenhagen)

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Winter Jazz, How to Live Longer in Denmark, Expat Study, Organic Sausages & English Bookshops

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  3. Episode # 3 – Accommodation in Denmark, the Danish Royal family, study Danish, interviews, restaurants
  4. Episode # 58 – Copenhagen Jazz Festival Sweeps The Streets of The Town


8 Responses to “Episode # 86 – Winter Jazz, How to Live Longer in Denmark, Expat Study, Organic Sausages & English Bookshops”

  1. Emily says:

    Hi Julie and Tim

    Thanks for answering my question and for the subscription. Will look out for the bookshops you mentioned and also the organic hotdog stand.

    Best wishes


  2. Emily says:

    I also know from friends that books are very pricey in Denmark due to the high sales tax.


    JulieTran Reply:

    Hi Emily,

    You’re welcome :-) and yes, you’re right, books are very pricey in Denmark so I must admit that many of my friends prefer to buy books online and save money :-)

    Kind regards,



  3. Beth Allen says:

    Looking for a book store in Copenhagen area that sells ONLY English books…..
    ‘Books and Company’ located at Sofievej 1 in Hellerup (just off Hellerup Strandvejen). The owner is Danish and she will also order you any books in English you want if not in stock. They also sell coffee/tea. Wonderful ambiance and very friendly employees!!!



    VladimirChen Reply:

    Thanks for sharing it Beth.


  4. senthil says:

    hi.. tim

    im senthil from india can you list out the clinical research organization (CRO)in Denmark,
    becoz i ll be helpful for finding me job there…


  5. Hellmuth Christian says:

    Excellent initiative!
    A fine way to promote Denmark(-:
    And let it develop to The Danish Version of Monty Phyton(-:



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