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Meaningful words to say, play and dance

The UN International Day of Education was in session this week.

Credits: : Vesa Laitinen

The arts have meaningful words to say, play and dance this week. Discover the past seven days in lifestyle and entertainment from a Finnish perspective.

Being constantly present everywhere means not being present at all, according to dancer Maria Nurmela. (Photo: Karoliina Korvuo) Read The Finnish Institute’s article

Lapland is best seen at the back of an organic V8 drive system. (Photo: Lapland Safaris) Read Visit Finland’s article

Sepideh Rahaa’s critical narratives bring forth underrepresentation and mosaic identities. (Photo: Karoliina Korvuo) Read AV-Arkki’s article

Open offices are broken no more, thanks to Framery. (Photo: Framery) Read Sifted’s article

Reima has been keeping kids warm for almost a century. (Photo: Reima) Read Snewsnet’s story

A frustrated Finnish man building a proper sauna in a foreign country has Aki Kaurismäki written all over it. (Photo: Facebook/The Finnish Sauna BC) Read Whig Standard’s article

Finns have kept design functional for the past ten millenia. (Photo: National Museum of Finland) Read Korea Herald’s article

Youth magazine Demi turns the mirror on social media with a societal ad campaign. (Photo: A-lehdet) Read AdAge’s article

Pyynikin Brewery’s tin men now sport Norwich FC’s colours. (Photo: Screenshot/YouTube) Read our story

Dance moves are like a fingerprint, say Finnish scientists. (Photo: Jussi Hellsten) Read Forbes’ story

By: Samuli Ojala
24.01.2020