It wasn’t too long ago when Chinese netizens offered their witty solutions to Denmark’s escalating oyster crisis. Now, a woman from Sichuan Province has stepped forward to bring about actual change.
Bian Miaomiao moved to Denmark with her husband seven years ago, Chengdu Business News said.
Chinese social media users have proposed a solution for Denmark’s oyster problem with much enthusiasm. The consensus: “We’ll eat them all.”
On Monday, the Danish Embassy in China took its oyster crisis to Weibo, complaining about how the exotic mollusks are invading the country’s shores.
Denmark officially wants to be the first cashless society. The executive director of the Danish Bankers Association, Michael Busk-Jepsen, said:
“A cashless society is no longer an illusion, but a vision that can be fulfilled within a reasonable time frame.”
Visit Denmark has released what has been dubbed “The World’s Most Relaxing Video” which showcases the beauty of Denmark. The relaxing film was produced using the advice of experts in the fields of stress, mindfulness, medicine, and nature and music therapy, so you know it’s legit.
The beautiful footage was recorded on the West Coast of Zealand in Denmark. Take seven minutes out of your day and unwind in Denmark, because Friday.