Multicultural Summer Camp 2023 is a 5-day program for kids of all ethnicities, which aims to connect and empower the next generation.
We help kids develop relationships, confidence, and skills through multiple activities from different cultures around the world; including drumming, dancing, cooking, and more!
Grab this unique opportunity to immerse your kids into a multicultural learning environment!
Date: [First Round] 17th-21st Jul 2023 (Mon – Fri)
[Second Round] 7th-11th Aug 2023 (Mon – Fri)
Duration: 5 days
Time: 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Target: Kids of all ethnicities
Fee: 2-5 years old HK$750/day/kid
6-13 years old HK$1,000/day/ kid (the fee includes African buffet lunch)
*10% discount for kids joining the whole 5-day program
Maximum Capacity: 30 kids/ day
Day 1 Highlights:
African Drumming workshop, African dance workshop, Pensil kedalam botol (Indonesian playground games), Africa trivia game, Zimbabwean buffet lunch, World Board Games, Hide and seek, Filipino folklore, Energizer: Red light green light
Day 2 Highlights:
Sushi making workshop, Fufu and vegetable stew making workshop, Japanese tea ceremony, Pizza Making Workshop, Nigerian Buffet Lunch, World Board Games, Energizer: Duck duck goose
Sports – Day 3
Energizer: Nzango (Congo), Hwishu (Zimbabwe), Raka raka/dodgeball (Zimbabwe), Kabaddi (Pakistan/India), South African lunch buffet, World Board Games, Ring toss, Tamaire (ball toss)
Visual Arts – Day 4
Face painting experience, Ndebele Postcard making workshop, Kimono wearing workshop, Japanese Ninja Experience, Afro-textured hair workshop, African American Buffet Lunch, World Board Games, Chinese calligraphy workshop, Energizer: Badu Bada
Pop Culture – Day 5
Bollywood Dance (India), Hip Hop workshop (rap), Manga/Anime workshop, All about K-pop, Cameroonian Buffet Lunch, World Board Games, Cantonese slang, Energizer: Simon says – 20 mins
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It is a fun and family-friendly space to find heartwarming African food and direct connection to the local African community. The center is for everyone, where they can freely express themselves and their ideas.
The Africa Center is a turning point for the African communities within Hong Kong, and for those who wish to learn and integrate with the community not just within the city, but through out the African diaspora.
I value the “African Literature Book Club” as I value Women’s Day and Black History Month because African literature deserves a spotlight.
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