Ever since my first story about the Norwegian Codfish Club, I have liked the Scandinavian Centre in Burnaby. The idea of organizing monthly meetings for people to chow down on cod drowning in butter confirms my belief that frivolity is a most worthy human trait.
When I wandered by the other day and saw banners proclaiming the Centre as the headquarters for all things Scandinavian during the Olympics, I knew I had to head back to see what's up. This became essential when I noticed Norway - a nation with only a few more people than live in the province of British Columbia - has amassed more medals at these games than Canada.
But the Scandinavian Centre represents people with roots from five countries that speak five different languages - all of them competing for medals. How well do fans of one country get along with fans from another? Scandinavian Fans