Media: Delano’s February edition shines some (northern) light on the Nordic communities, businesses and groups in Luxembourg.
They only represent 2% of foreigners and 1% of all Luxembourg residents, but folks from the Nordic region--Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden--are among the most visible and involved international communities in the Grand Duchy.
For its February 2015 cover story on the Nordics in Luxembourg, Delano asks six go-getting women about their experiences here. And with the last Nordic embassy in the Grand Duchy closing, how are the communities sticking together? The February 2015 edition likewise includes a guide to 20 community groups to connect with folks from up north, a look at what makes the Nordic funds sector so special, and where to find cool Nordic stuff in Luxembourg.
Then, just in time for St Valentine’s Day, Delano looks at the “affairs” behind chocolates, looking and feeling good, and the sweet scent of shopping, in a three part article on “the business of romance”. Plus the perfect weekend for reluctant Valentines, a wedding fair for cross-border couples, and (if you follow, in a natural progression) kids Carnival ideas.
Also in this issue: the food bank helping foreigners in Luxembourg, ten apps for the road and semi-disappearing mobile roaming charges, Rafael Springer’s “ice canvas”, intriguing wheels during the annual auto festival, and Adrian Leica and Andreia Mihai share their favourite places to find and enjoy English books and magazines in Luxembourg.
Delano, the English language news magazine for Luxembourg’s international community, is available 4 February for €4 at newsstands across the Grand Duchy and online at www.delano.lu. And don’t forget to download Ten Things To Do This Week, our free app for iPhone & iPad.