The World Culture Day

During fall semester, MiraCosta students from the Intercultural Communication class held the World Culture Day with the help from international students. As part of a class assignment, students were required to decorate a table and describe a culture through pictures, artifacts, music, food, and other props. The event was held outside along the fountain patio in the center of the Oceanside Campus.

There were many cultures represented such as China, Japan, Vietnam, Hungary, Brazil, and so on. People could wander by and ask questions about the specific country that students are hosting, and some of the tables have also prepared delicious snacks and cute gifts. Here are some pictures that I would like to share with all of you!

 She is representing Beijing, China. I can’t possibly miss her beautiful scarf and awesome poster!

She is representing Hungary, and she is a Japanese international student at our college.

This beautiful lady is posing for the camera as I enjoy her introduction of Brazil.

Can you tell that he is representing Russia?

 These two young ladies are teamed up and ready to tell us about Japan!

 He is having fun representing Venezuela~Look at his pose and the flower next to him!

Our International Office Representative Aubrey is posing with a student. Don’t both of them look like models?

 A very passionate team with delicious food and interesting conversation! Can’t wait to go to Hong Kong!

How cute is this Vietnam girl in her pink jacket! Yummy Snacks by the way!

I hope all of you enjoy reading my blog, and please feel free to ask me any questions!

Mary

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