FHN Community Attends International Night [Photo Story]

By Sammie Herr, North Star Managing Editor

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  • A woman folds paper, making an origami project. The Japanese table was the closest to the entrance, being the first table people came to. The festival was set up in a gallery manor, allowing attendees to visit wherever they pleased.

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  • Hiroshi Tada, a Japanese top spinner, performs at the International Night on Nov. 29. The evening started at 5 p.m. and ended at 8 p.m.

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  • Two students display menorahs and kosher items, like Oreos. They blew a Shofar Kosher Rams Horn every now and then as well. Their table was set up from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the time of the festival.

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  • Junior Jena Pae sits at the South Korean table that she put together. She offered traditional Korean food like kimchi and bulgolgi.

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  • Suzanne White of Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma shows off her attire to attendees at their table, they had a story book and various Native American items. With the Native American table, there were over 15 groups offering stories, food and activities.

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  • A woman from the Hispanic Festival performs a Bolivian dance. Her dance started at 6 p.m. followed by a Mexican dance. There were eight performances in total.

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On Nov. 29, FHN hosted the International Festival at 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. in the Commons. People from various countries and regions gathered, set up tables and displayed items from their countries. Some tables offered food and activities for attendees to enjoy. Throughout the night, they were different performances from Hawaii, Japan, Mexico and more.

 

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