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Representatives of Russkiy Mir Foundation take part in International Day held in Vladivostok

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Representatives of Russkiy Mir Foundation take part in International Day held in Vladivostok


14.10.2016

Photo: mlsh.ru The International Linguistic School has hosted the International Day (ID) event. On this day, the school students get exposure to traditions and culture of different countries, reports the school website. Representatives of the Consulates of India, Japan, Republic of Korea, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, the U.S. and Canada, the Korean Educational Center, Confucius Institute, the representational office of the Alliance Française and the Russkiy Mir Foundation took part in the ID opening ceremony.

Chinese and Korean students do their practical training at the school and Japanese school students come there according to the exchange program. Representatives of the countries taking part in the event told about their national traditions arranging Russian and Japanese tea-parties and performing a Chinese shadow show among others.

National games became part of the program. School students played such games as a Russian game The Rod, a Chinese game Catch the Dragon’s Tail, an Indian game Frog and Heron, a French game Thread Needle, an American game Fruit Basket and Korean and Japanese traditional games.

The International Day ended with a concert. The audience appreciated the children’s performance. After the concert everybody had a tea-party and shared their impressions about the event.




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