BC: of 2012 | Weather we live in Denmark or in Malvern we've made a connection that goes beyond the culture. We've built bonds and friendships that will last a lifetime.
FC: February 29 - March 10 March 21 - March 30 | Denmark Exchange
1: We learned that cultural stereotypes are far from the actual things that make a culture and the people in it. A culture is made up of all the things that the people feel are most important. Every one person in one specific society has their own opinion of what their culture is like. No one word can summarize Denmark or Malvern....
2: This is Sandra, she 19 years old living on her own and very independent. | My Partner & ME
3: It's the little things that make life beautiful. | This is me, I'm 17 years old living with my family, but I'm also very independent.
4: Family | Although Sandra lives away from home with her boyfriend, she still has family dinners a few times a week. When I asked if this was common Sandra told me that Denmark is full of close nitch families that find it important to stay together. No wonder they say Denmark is the happiest place on earth.
5: "The more you laugh the longer you live" | "Good times are even better when they are shared" | My family is pretty close for the most part. We don't eat family dinners because none of us have time. Typically we order out or grab a quick dinner. With Wegmans just a few minutes away many families find themselves in the same predicament.
6: In Denmark, School is a little more relaxed. Some schools students spray paint the walls and in other schools student take smoking breaks
7: We have fun at GV, but administration is not at all as lenient with the rules. The Danes felt like we had too many rules.
8: Love/Valentines Day/Anniversary | Transportation | Denmark
9: Transportation | Malvern
11: Food | Everything's bigger in the US