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07/11/18

Latin American Cultural Week By Journalism Club

In November 2017, the first EMIS Cultural Week finally happened! This first Cultural Week was dedicated to Latin America. EMIS students witnessed an exciting display of the diverse cultures of Latin America through a wide range of arts and humanities. Plus, it was fun! The event began with a traditional Latin American dance performed with extraordinary talent by Daniela from Costa Rica. This was followed with a performance by all the Latin students and a presentation of their respective countries, titled “Why should people visit your country?”

Later on, our lovely students Sofia from Ecuador and Natalia from Brazil performed beautifully, impressing the entire audience with their wonderful singing.

 

Art day!

Which word comes to your mind when you think about Latin America? Well, it’s hard not to think about dancing!

Our Latin American students led workshops about various kinds of dancing. They taught their peers how to dance Salsa, Bachata, Reggaeton, Samba and Lambada, creating a fun atmosphere and it was such a nice way to relax after a long tiring day of school!

Political and Historical day!

Our EMIS Latinos presented a variety of interesting topics ranging from politics to history. They engaged and lectured their classmates and teachers with the true essence of Latin America.