Heikki HolmÂs linked to a report about how Norway grants short visit visas to family members in comparison to other Schengen countries (for instance, Norway refuses 54% of Pakistani visitors visas, which is much higher than Schengen), and I discovered to my pleasure that the author of the report Long Litt Woon, a Malaysian social-anthropologist who lives in Norway and studies Norwegian culture and immigration policies. The bits of her blog I’ve read are excellent – such as, for instance, her amusing description of how she learnt to go for walks in the Norwegian way: Hvordan jeg lÊrte  g tur.

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