Cultural colours at CVTD

15:14:00 - 20/03/2014

On Saturday 4th May 2013, the first event of wind-down club named “cultural colours” cheerfully took place at CVTD volunteers office – room no 403, Licozi building, Me Linh, Ha Noi. The participants included: CVTD volunteers: Mr.Moritz from Germany, Mr.Teddy from the USA, Ms. Amarines from Holland, members of Flute club from ethnic communities of Vietnam and more than 30 guests from many countries included: Bangladesh, Korea, Vietnam…

The aim of wind-down club is to becomes a relaxing destination for all of those who are keen on meeting foreign friends, experiencing cultural difference and wind-down after busy working days – like what the name “wind-down” tells. In the first event, participants enjoyed an interesting warm-up game, a film captured the daily life of northly ethnic minority and beautiful flute performances. Simply chatting becomes very exciting with friends all over the world.

As the beginning event of the club, “cultural colours” event was very well prepared by CVTD staffs and volunteers. The start time was 7pm but since afternoon, everyone had gathered to practice, decorate the room and get ready. 

 

 

A guest, Mr.Jamal from Bangladesh said: “Tốt” (means “Great”). “I like all parts of this event, especially the flute performance. I will come to the next event of your club.”

We would like to thanks all guests who came and celebrated the first event of wind-down club with us. Wind-down club will come back soon with more interesting and meaningful activities in the next event.

 

 

 

Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Hà

CVTD internship

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