Hans Christian Andersen celebrated by UNESCO
By Mikkel Stjernberg - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 02 March 2004
UNESCO, the UN body for education, science and culture, has published Hans Christian Andersen in their collection of representative works in connection with the Andersen 2005 bicentenary.
Hans Christian Andersen 2005 in China
By ms - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 27 February 2004
Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen appointed the Chinese Hans Christian Andersen ambassadors at a major press briefing in Beijing Friday.
The HCA 2005 launch in China a success
By Mikkel Stjernberg - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 27 February 2004
More than 2 billion TV viewers watched the presentation of the Hans Christian Andersen bicentenary in Beijing.
The Chinese love Andersen
By Camilla Jensen - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 26 February 2004
Antusheng, as Hans Christian Andersen is called in Chinese, is the most popular foreign author in China where his fairytales are part of the school curriculum. The Chinese cherish Andersen and regard him as part of their cultural heritage.
Complete index of works by Hans Christian Andersen
By Mikkel Stjernberg - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 25 February 2004
The Hans Christian Andersen Centre at the University of Southern Denmark has compiled the most comprehensive index of the works of Hans Christian Andersen to date. The index features several fairytales not included in earlier publications of his fairytales.
Concert of Fairytales with Ensemble Nordlys
By ms - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 25 February 2004
As the only chamber group involved in the celebration of the bicentenary of H.C. Andersen's birth in 2005, Ensemble Nordlys (Northern Lights) contributes with a concert focusing on the poet's close association with the musical world - then and now.
Russian Andersen film in the making
By Camilla Jensen - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 24 February 2004
The Russian director Eldar Ryjasanov is to create a feature film based on four of Hans Christian Andersen's most famous fairytales.
Andersen to be the Danish Frodo
By ms - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 20 February 2004
The Hans Christian Andersen bicentenary may boost tourism in Denmark the way 'The Lord of the Rings' has in New Zealand.
HCA2005 celebration in China
By Mikkel Stjernberg - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 13 February 2004
Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen appoints Chinese Hans Christian Andersen Ambassadors at major presentation of Hans Christian Andersen 2005 in Beijing on 27 February 2004.
New HCA Comments
By Mikkel Stjernberg - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 04 February 2004
Experience Designer Lin Utzon and Actress Susse Wold in their comment on Hans Christian Andersen.
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