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Coming up Soon: Brunch, Beijing’s bicycle culture and Bolivia’s calling

From 1960 to 1990 Beijing was known as a bicycle kingdom
April 1st, 2016 11:57 am| by Alessandra Palmitesta
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Curious to know how Bejing is working on becoming a ‘bicycle kingdom’? Attend the event ‘Revitalizing Cycling in Beijing in a New Era’  (April 4, 19:00-21:00; Studenterhuset, Cph K, free register at eventbrite.com)


The Copenhagen Post and its columnist David Parkins (21st Century Alchemy, see page 11) are co-hosting a free workshop where you can learn communication strategies (April 5, 17:00; International House, Gyldenløvesgade 11, Cph V; register at billetto.dk)


Bring your sister, mother, girlfriend or just yourself to overcome cultural differences and make new friends. All nationalities are invited to enjoy brunch and live music (April 2, 11:00-13:00; Cafe Kant, Drejervej 11, Cph NV; 125 kr; sign up at kvindetilkvinde.dk)


Do your plants struggle to survive? Aalborg University of Copenhagen, IDA and Urban Garden will teach you everything you need to know. Your plants will thank you! (April 5, 16:45; AC Meyers Vænge 15, Cph SV; sign up at ida.dk/event/317317; for info write to: david@stud.ida.dk)


Female poets, writers, storytellers and lyricists from all over the world want to share their story on this special evening. In English (April 7, 19:00-20:30; Kulturstationen Vanløse, Frode Jakobsens Plads 4, Vanløse; free adm)


On the first Sunday of every month, Casa Latinoamericana Denmark hosts a market. There are also activities for children and artistic program for adults (April 3, 12:00; Høffdingsvej 10, Valby; heyevent.com)