A Swedish Influencer generated so much backlash over a post in which she compared her life to that of a Bali rice farmer that she ended up deleting her Instagram account.
Last week, Natalie Schlate uploaded an image of herself on Instagram, wearing a white bikini and looking out at a rice field in Canggu, Indonesia. In the distance, a farmer can be seen hard at work under the sun.
Eighty global delicacies including balut and durian will be featured in the Disgusting Food Museum in the Swedish town Malmö from now until Jan. 27.
The museum will have mostly replicas and interactive exhibits and videos, according to Business Insider.
A TV show in Sweden has sparked outrage among Chinese netizens after airing a controversial episode that made fun of Chinese people.
With the purported topic of “welcoming Chinese people to Sweden,” the sketch on the satirical program Svenska Nyheter (Swedish news) listed some do’s and don’ts for Chinese tourists.
The Chinese Embassy in Sweden has accused the Swedish police of violating the human rights of three Chinese tourists who were denied entry into a Stockholm hostel earlier this month.
The saga allegedly began when the tourists — a man and his elderly parents — arrived a little too early at the Generator Stockholm hostel on Sept. 2.
A Swedish YouTuber and her dark-skinned husband recently became the victims of vicious cyber-bullying from racist netizens after appearing in a YouTube vlog together.
Markus, a Swedish man of Indian descent, is married to Moa, a Swedish vlogger who regularly posts videos about her life and family, according to Storypick. Recently, Moa featured Markus and their baby daughter Mila in an adorable baby-feeding video.