Celebrating Diversity: Pakistan Day
On Monday 24th March, BSix celebrated Pakistan day. As a multicultural college, a diverse range of students from different cultures joined in, from participating in the fashion show to doing henna.
During the event, we were treated to Pakistani theme food made in our diversity kitchen, and a calming performance by amazing tabla musicians. Highlights were; the catwalk where students looked amazing in traditional clothes, cultural dances by one of our students, and two of our students doing beautiful henna for people’s hands in the canteen. Below is a few comments from the students:
“The organisation of Pakistan Day was an enjoyable challenge, and it was nice to see all that was planned come together, resulting in a very successful event. The food was mouth-watering and the mithai, inviting! There were beautiful traditional clothing worn in the catwalk by our students; the dances and tabla were great forms of entertainment. Overall, I felt that the day was rather informative about the Pakistani culture and as a result, I have learnt a great deal about it.” – Umamah Tarvala
“It was good, I loved the dancing and the cat walk the music was also enjoyable” – Umer Karim
A special thank you to all the students who took part in the culture day and were able to participate
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