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Cambodian food fair at Nakamura Kindergarten

November 25th, 2008 · No Comments

After an informal discussion session initiated by Nakamura Kindergarten on September 5, 2008 and later communication, Cambodian students were once again invited. In the school’s annual festival on Sunday, November 23, 2008, a food fair, whose menu included Bor-bor Kreung (porridge with meat), La-pov Sankya (pumpkin pudding) and Damloung Chhoeng (sugared sweet potato), was prepared by both Cambodian students and the teachers at the kindergarten. Besides, a quiz on basic Cambodia, a brief show of coconut dance and lessons on Khmer popular dances were provided.

According to Ms Utsunomiya, chief of Nakamura Kindergarten, there were around 300 school kids, aged from zero to five years old, admitted at Nakamura Kindergarten. On the day, the kids were accompanied by their parents to experience the school’s annual event, in which they could learn about other countries. This year, Cambodia was the only foreign country in this exchange.

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