The Quiet Culture of Swedes

Timber strained and wheezed, aching in the fresh salt water. The sea lulled gently around the expansive girth and a breeze fluttered around the rigging. Stockholm’s army of islands undulated into a hazy distance, and as people turned from the… Read More ›

Swedish citizenship

On the 6th June this year (Sweden’s national day), it was three years since my Swedish citizenship ceremony, four years since I received citizenship, and exactly 20 years since I first came to Sweden. I came to Sweden on a… Read More ›

Julian Assange

I am not going to write about Wikileaks or Julian Assange’s rape trial. I have dealt with many sides of that both at work and in my private life (and by private  I mean watching tv, meandering around the internet and reading the newspaper) What… Read More ›