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International DinnerMoravian’s Annual International Club dinner becoming a tradition

Dinner showcases food, customs, and culture from around the globe

(Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) – Moravian’s International Club will hold its annual dinner which is fast becoming a popular tradition at the College. The highly attended dinner offers an opportunity for students to explore international cultures through food, dance, and ethnic performances. The dinner will be held on Saturday, March 22. It will feature an international talent show including performances highlighting the cultures from Indian Subcontinent, Czech Republic, Russia, Germany, Japan and United States. There will also be international fashion show with the ethnic cultural dress from many countries represented in Moravian.

“This is a true celebration of your own culture and the cultures of others,” said Bindee Shrestha ‘04 (Nepal), International Club president. “Many show participants not only represent their own culture but also take part in representing other cultures.”

This year’s dinner will feature cuisine from around the world including the Indian Subcontinent, Greece, Latin America, Europe and Pacific Rim. A free dance party featuring International music and international dessert will follow the dinner.

International Club at Moravian is one of the most active clubs on campus. The International Club promotes global dialog, understanding and friendships and presents a variety of cultural programs and activities to the campus community. The club has both international students and American students as its members. In addition to the International Dinner, the Club has organized many other events such as Celebration of various ethnic festivals, international movie night and Henna Tattoos. The club is advised by Dr. Karen Keim, Interim Director of International Studies.