Do you know what percentage of the world’s soccer balls are produced in Pakistan? Can you guess how many different languages are spoken in Pakistan? Youth Ambassadors Mueez and Abdullah share the answers to these questions and many more throughout their Pakistan Cultural Episode, Trivia edition!
Mueez and Abdullah
Greek Games, Food & Dance
If you love good food, fun dance, and a little friendly competition, then Greek Youth Ambassadors Kyra and Greg have just the thing for you! In their cultural episode, Kyra and Greg decided to host the First Annual Youth Ambassador Games! Fellow Youth Ambassadors Abdullah, Abhishek, and Ritu compete in mini-games inspired by historic Greek games.
Kyra & Greg
How to Make Palacsinta (crepes)
This delicious dish is an easy way to celebrate multiculturalism at home (and we think that you will find that it is pretty fun for your tastebuds too!). Hungarian Youth Ambassadors Tia and Natalie show you how to make Palacsinta, which are similar to crepes. Follow along with their video tutorial as they demonstrate each step and share interesting facts about the dish!
Tia & Natalie
Did you know that the saree is one of the oldest garments in the world? In this cultural episode, Indian Youth Ambassadors Prapti, Shakthi, and Ritu will teach you about the saree and show you how to properly wear one! First, Ritu and Shakthi will tell you everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the saree, then Prapti and Kyra, the Greek Youth Ambassador, will accompany them in a demonstration of how to drape a saree. Good luck!
Prapti, Shakthi, & Ritu
In this cultural episode, South Sudan Youth Ambassadors Melody and Nicole show you how to wrap a baby on your back! This is a culturally significant practice that allows mothers to be close to their babies throughout the day. Melody and Nicole demonstrate the steps before helping Prapti and Shakthi, India Youth Ambassadors, do it themselves. Follow along with a doll or a sack of flour a few times before using an infant!
South Sudan Pavilion
Melody & Nicole
Sword Dance Tutorial
Have you ever wanted to learn how to do the Scottish Sword Dance? Caoimhe and Jessie, Scottish Youth Ambassadors, have the perfect beginner’s tutorial for their cultural episode! Tune in for their demonstration of the sword dance, then follow along with Youth Ambassadors Shakthi and Abdullah as they give it their best shot. Let us know how it goes, and maybe stick to butter knives until you've had a bit more practice!
Caoimhe & Jessie
Rangoli Painting Tutorial
Have you ever wondered how Nepalese people might decorate for a special event? Rangoli painting is one way to mark the significance of an event in Nepalese culture! Rangolis are made from a powder, similar in texture to a fine sand, with which colourful and elaborate designs are created on the floor or entryway to a home. In this cultural episode, Nepal Youth Ambassadors Abhishek and Apekshya will teach you a bit about the history and significance of Rangoli painting before helping Jessie and Maneesha, fellow Youth Ambassadors, try it out themselves.
Abhishek & Apekshya
Traditional Dance Tutorial
For such a geographically small country, Sri Lanka is massive in culture, especially dance! In this cultural episode, Maneesha, the Sri Lanka Youth Ambassador, will teach you about three different types of Sri Lankan folk dance. Then, with help from fellow Youth Ambassadors Greg and Apekshya, Maneesha will demonstrate a few basic Kandyan dance steps that the whole family can learn! So take your shoes off and tune in for a fun and educational family activity!
Sri Lanka Pavilion
So you think you know Chinese Trivia? Test your knowledge with Chinese Youth Ambassadors Angie and Howard! They have a series of multiple-choice questions for Caoimhe, Scottish Youth Ambassador, and for anyone else following along at home! Good luck and be sure to let us know your score!
Angie & Howard