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Latin Week sparkles at SWIS
    2017-June-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

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A Latin Culture Week was held at Shen Wai International School (SWIS) from June 6 to 8. The event introduced to the SWIS community the diverse cultures and cuisines of Latin America, Spain and Portugal.

The event was organized by approximately 15 Latin families that hailed from a variety of Latin countries like Venezuela, Brazil and Spain.

Ana Salaverria, one of the main organizers of the event, said the event had been in the works for about two months.

“Three months ago, the school approached us and expressed the wish to showcase the Latin culture to the students. Then about two months ago, we made up a group and started preparations with the help of the school,” she said.

Event participants sampled many delicious dishes from a range of countries and enjoyed watching a variety of performances, including Latin songs, dances and even a football skill show.

Children were allowed to take home souvenirs from the event such as flags and badges representing the diverse range of Latin countries.

Luis and Alvaro from Spain are students at the school and their family has been living in Shenzhen for four years.

They all love their life in the school and especially enjoy playing football with their schoolmates. Both of them enjoyed the Latin week very much.

This celebration of Latin culture is extremely significant as it reflects the cultural diversity represented by and embraced at SWIS.

SWIS aims to provide distinctive high-quality education to students by employing talented expat teachers and introducing distinctive curriculum, teaching models and management practices.

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