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Test your Multicultural Knowledge

Learn about different cultures and customs at the Whistler Multicultural Festival – see displays and demonstrations, try out some crafts, have some food… and find the answers to these and other questions… Join us on June 9 at the Whistler Public Library and Florence Petersen Park – from 4 to 8pm…

What is in the centre of the Mexican flag, and what is the meaning?

    What is celebrated in Russia on March 8 every year?

Why would somebody give me a Pizho and a Penda in Bulgaria on the first day of March? And what would I do with them? What’s the Blarney Stone, and why would you kiss it?
What day of the year do Chinese people watch the moon? And why?

 

When you make a cup of tea in England, which should you put in first – the tea or the milk?

Who can tell us what this machine is called and what it does?

If you’re getting ‘screeched’ – what’s happening? And what do you have to do?

Snowy, Captain Haddock, Professor Calculus, Thompson and Thompson are all characters from which Belgian comic books? And who wrote them?  
  In which country to they eat spinach and cabbage on Green Thursday and hit girls with willow branches decorated with ribbons on Red Monday?

 

If you visit Thailand in April, why should you be ready to get wet?

 

Why is zongzi the traditional food at the Dragon Boat Festival, and what is it?
Who throws and who catches a grushy? And when? What is a balikbayan box? And what should you put in one?
 

In which country do students attend high school for around 16 hours a day?

Where did the piñata originate?
  In which country would eyebrows raised mean ‘yes’ and pouting lips in the direction of something mean ‘over there’?
In which country do people eat pancakes at a funeral? And why? What is St Jean Baptiste Day? Where and how is it celebrated?

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