KlubbNorge Beijing inviterer til Torsdagspils 19.oktober kl. 19:00 på Jing-A Taproom i Sanlitun! Join ClubNorway Beijing for Thursday beer 19th Oct. at 19:00 at Jing-A Taproom in Sanlitun!
This Friday, to welcome the delegation of Research Council of Norway, NorAlumni invites all staff in the Norwegian Embassy and Innovation Norway and all members in NorAlumni China, Klubb Norge, and ANSA to attend an after-work gathering at V Plus Lounge in Beijing (click here to find your way there). Please see the invitation for […]
Next Wednesday, September 27th, at the Forbidden City Music Hall in Beijing, the Norwegian Oscar-nominated movie Pathfinder will be screened as a silent movie, but accompanied by live music composed and performed by young Norwegian musicians from the Barents region. About the movie: Pathfinder is a 1987 Norwegian action-adventure film written and directed by Nils Gaup. […]
Do you want to make friends with people from other nationalities? Since you have started working, you miss meeting up with people in a casual environment. Do you miss the Erasmus’ vibe? Come and join us at the European Young Professionals & Friends after work on Thursday, 21st of September! You can meet people from Norway, Sweden, […]
The Commercial section of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Beijing/Innovation Norway China’s Beijing office is looking for a new intern to start in August.
On Thursday 6th of July, NorAlumni China hosted a group of 32 bachelor students and their teachers from Hubei Normal University. The event was co-hosted with the China- EU-Industrial and Commercial Investment Promotion Union (ECIPU), and was a part of four day trip the students had to Beijing to learn about how different countries innovate. […]
As an international student or an expat in Beijing it can be hard to find out about events, festivities or just where to go for a good meal if one doesn’t speak Chinese. A good tip could be to look at The Beijinger– an English online/print newsmagazine directed at Beijing’s international community. On The Beijinger you […]
Life in Norway can be expensive for students, and therefore taking a part-time job could be a solution to ease life in Norway. There are however a couple of things and practicalities that international students in Norway need to keep in mind before finding a job.