Author Archives: Scott Larsen

Scott is a seasoned American journalist in print and broadcasting from the Pacific Northwest. He has turned his interest of his Danish heritage towards trying to understanding the people and culture of Denmark. He writes for two Scandinavian papers in the U.S. and makes his home just outside of Vancouver, Canada.

Danish children get to see a lion cub dissected, just in time for Halloween

Last week, I read media reports about the dissection of a one-year-old lion on Oct. 15 at the Odense Zoo […]

Leif Erikson from a Danish (sic) perspective in the ‘New World’

Statue of Icelandic explorer Leif Erikson in the Icelandic capitol of Reykjavik. Even this city’s name has a bit of viking […]

Danes abroad love to visit Denmark

  Once again, the Danes and Danish Canadians gathered for their annual Danish BBQ in Burnaby, BC, Canada. And once […]

Annual Wife Carrying Contest at a Western Canada Scandinavian Festival

I thought readers of Nothing Rotten In Denmark blog would like to know that come summer time, numerous Danish and Scandinavian festivals […]

Doesn’t Sound Very Janteloven to Me

Hans Christian Andersen didn’t practice ‘Janteloven’ after he moved to København in the way many Danes think today. But in […]

A ViEW ON dANISH ART

Scott Larsen

Scott is a seasoned American journalist in print and broadcasting from the Pacific Northwest. He has turned his interest of his Danish heritage towards trying to understanding the people and culture of Denmark. He writes for two Scandinavian papers in the U.S. and makes his home just outside of Vancouver, Canada.