By conducting webinars about traditions in their communities, students taught peers from other countires about their rich culture.
Students assumed the role of blogger by exploring, and posting about, places of interest unique to their city, region or country.
Using Facebook, students shared findings of their research on different tribal groups and the challenges they face to survive.
Students translated, spiced-up, and performed traditional stories, legends and fairy tales, showcasing cultural lessons and values.
Students introduced themselves and their hometowns, exchanging online posts, photos and videos of their hobbies and interests.
Students learnt about new languages and cultures in fun and interactive ways, by creating and playing ‘kwartet’, a card game for four.
Students wrote an online book with Asian and European recipes, eventually cooking and sharing photos of their own culinary creations.
Students shared knowledge and experiences of local festivals, with photos and posts submitted on Facebook compiled in an online book.
Students compared Asian and European food, music, dance, transport, houses and clothes, and designed t-shirts showing this diversity.