You don’t have time to write fun, engaging and grammatically correct content on Facebook, on your website or in your newsletters. I do!Read more
And talking of content: Why not stand out from the crowd with moving pictures? Videos and animation is the way to go when people spend only about 2.3 milliseconds a day reading, but all of 6 seconds – or something - looking at pictures!Read more
Do you need some cartoons, even a cartoon strip with your own cartoon characters, for your next venture? Just talk to me.Read more
I can translate from Norwegian to English and vice versa, from Swedish, Danish and Chinese to English... but give me some more time to learn Spanish!Read more
Learn Cantonese this year! You know you want to. As you may or may not know, I have recently moved to Spain. But that's what Skype is for! Skype is actually better than 'live' teaching because 1: No violence! 2: It's cheaper! 3: You can have the lessons whenever and wherever it suits you! Shoot me a mail at Cecilie@penandwok and we'll set up a trial session.Read more
Succulent, spicy (but not too), beautiful to look at and with that added "what's this fantastic taste?" of Sichuan peppercorns, Sichuan food is, quite simply, the best in the world. And now you can enjoy it right here in Palma de Mallorca! Take a fun cooking course, book a party catering or come to El Terreno and eat it straight from the Venerable Kitchen in beautiful surroundings.Read more
One shouldn't joke, ever, it seems. As we drove towards Calvia last night to see the first of the newly established ...
After 30 years in China/Hong Kong where she ran Happy Jellyfish People’s Democratic Language Bureau specialising in making Cantonese a world language with the slogan “Learn Cantonese the Natural Way – from a Norwegian!” Cecilie’s life mission as a “Cantonese Fundamentalist” was to make the whole world speak Cantonese. Failing somewhat in this endeavour she eventually felt the pull of her European roots, and packed up her beloved “gaff” on Lantau Island, scene of hundreds of Sichuan lunches and dinners, in January 2018.
She now lives in Palma de Mallorca with her two dogs, enjoying fresh air and architectural beauty.