The school which boasts of pupils from different nationalities showcased all about their cultures, including food, dressings among others.
Eriteans at the event
It was all fun as pupils, students, parents and staff of Kampala International School Uganda celebrated the international cultural day with a fashion exhibition of different cultures around the world. The school which boasts of pupils from different nationalities showcased all about their cultures, including food, dressings among others.
Audrine Mastap from Scotland said he used the opportunity to showcase the Scottish Kilt [skirts wore by Scottish men] and also learnt a lot about different fashion wears from different countries. “I loved the Kanzu mostly, I have already told my dad to buy one for me,” Mastap said
Every year, we as the KISU community with diverse cultures organize this day to celebrate and learn about each other’s cultures. In the modern world where we are preparing children for life and work in the global village, exposures like this are a necessity,” said Steve Lang, the Director of the school.
Pupils from Uganda, Rwanda, Canada, Australia, Scotland, West Africa, India, China and many other countries showcased their styles.