Saturday, June 6, 2015

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

My trip to Denmark

Some photo taken in Copenhagen. There are a lots of interesting place to visit but I don't have  not enough time






High quality nest

Here are the pictures of high quality nest produce by Malaysian ranchers.








Thursday, May 28, 2015

Herring in Denmark

Most cured herring uses a two-stepcuring process. Initially, herring is cured with salt to extract water. The second stage involves removing the salt and adding flavorings, typically a vinegar, salt, sugar solution to which ingredients such as peppercornbay leaves and raw onions are added. In recent years, other flavors have also been added, due to foreign influences. However, the tradition is strong in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, The Netherlands, Iceland and Germany. Onion, sherry,mustard and dill are some of the traditional flavourings



Wind Energy In Denmark

During my trip to Denmark, I was amazed to encounter so many wind farms. 

It’s windy in Denmark, which helps explain why Denmark is so skilled at capturing the power of the wind. With 28 per cent wind power in the electricity system, Denmark is a nation that many others are looking to in order to discover sustainable energy solutions for the future. However, plentiful wind is not necessarily synonymous with a strong wind industry. Denmark's achievement in bringing 28 per cent wind power into the electricity system is built on several key factors, that together have made Denmark the world’s Wind Power Hub.