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.
Students examined different ceremonial dresses worn in their countries on special occasions, sharing information, photos and videos.
Students continued creating a digital archive of world history including personal stories, artefacts and historical events.
Students mapped their travels and wrote about their most interesting experiences, while considering the pros and cons of travelling.
Watching and reviewing movies from different countries, students increased and shared their appreciation of diverse societies.
Markets are interactive, reflecting countries’ needs and cultures; students of both regions shared their own experiences of markets.
Students created captivating stories of different genres; each started by one school with all later chapters written by other schools.