It’s another wonderful day to celebrate the Russian day. Everyone learned a lot of information about the biggest country in the world, Russia. Our Russian students explained and showed us the important details and facts about the country. They didn’t just explain the history, culture, and some important data about the country but they also presented their beliefs and talents.
After showing the information on the screen, they will ask the audience about some interesting facts about Russia. The one who answered the question correctly got the prize (Russian chocolate).
During the games, everyone had a lot of fun and very happy to experience their native recreational activities. The games were somewhat we called for children but so funny to see the adults to do so.
Our Russian students presented their native myth story together with the very cute kids. After that, another Russian student gracefully danced a ballet.
They also prepared some games and the very delicious Russian food for everyone who witnessed the beautiful presentations.
– The Trans-Siberian Railway is the longest single railway in the world.
– Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake by volume in the world.
– The word “vodka” derives from the word “voda”, which means “water”.
Thank you so much, Russian people, for bringing us to your country through the remarkable explanations and descriptions of Russia’s magnificent beauty. Thank you so much also to all the students, teachers, and staff for joining this celebration.
See you next Russian Day! 🙂
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