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English to Chinese: Sydney International Language and Culture Festival General field: Other Detailed field: Other
Source text - English Sydney International Language and Culture Festival
The Sydney International Language and Culture Festival is an annual event that aims to present a wide variety of musical talents and cultural diversity from all over the world. The International Language and Culture Festival began in Turkey in 2003 with students from 17 countries. In 2015, this event was held in nearly 20 countries. Since then, it has taken to the stage of the world. A total of 2,000 participants from 145 different countries participated.
The Amity College and Affinity Cross-cultural Foundation is a proud co-organizer of our grand ceremony, which was held at the Sydney International Convention Center. The Sydney International Convention Center is the best stage for this grand event. Tonight we will celebrate the colorful multiculturalism together on this stage and create a masterpiece that belongs to our cultural diversity.
The International Language and Culture Festival promotes cultural inclusion and provides opportunities for students and peers from around the world to demonstrate their own culture and tradition. Australia’s diversity is a wealthy asset. The Amity Institute and Affinity Cross-Cultural Foundation promote the participation of different social groups by enriching cultural diversity.
This festival not only shows the traditional culture of several different ethnic groups, it also gives students the opportunity to conduct cross-cultural communication both locally and globally. In the course of this project, we allow student performers cooperate with each other by participating in some meaningful social, cultural and educational activities. Everyone's effort and dedication are accompanied by countless hours of rehearsals and preparations for the successful ceremony.
By educating students to use social skills to collaborate with different people, we help them grow their personalities and teach them the necessary skills and methods to work together to create a better world.
Although we do not speak the same language, we can use some common language to communicate, such as art, dance and music. Language has its own specific form. It is a key way to effectively understand each other and communicate.
Establishing contacts through communication helps achieve lasting peace. Participating in collective communication enables us to understand and appreciate other cultures. Through the International Language and Culture Festival in 2018, we established friendship with others and experienced changes in life. This will enable us to embrace others with love and move toward a brighter future.
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