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.

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 […]

Drinking a Danish beer made from coffee bean cat poop is hygge?

The Vietnamese weasel-like civet cat, shown in this photo, eats the “best and ripest coffee beans” says Danish beer maker […]

Godt Nytår, you shy Danes!

Yes, I mean you. From the urban centers of København, Aarhus, and Aalborg to the rural areas of Sjaelland, Funen, […]

Dual Citizenship? Why stop at Three?

Back in June, the Danish parliament passed legislation clearing the way for dual citizenship in Denmark for foreigners. Which got […]

Making a collage of a Danish relative

This is the beginning collage about my Danish grandfather, A. C. Larsen, I put together for the 125th anniversary of […]

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.