Thursday, 18 July, 2024

Promoting Nepal in Germany


By A Staff Reporter

Kathmandu, Dec. 28: Nepali Samaj e.V. has recently organised a programme in Kindergarten in Maintal, near Frankfurt, in Germany.
During the programme, children aged between four and six years were told about Nepal. They also enjoyed Nepali food.
The Nepali Samaj is a registered social organisation of Nepali Diaspora and other interested people in Germany.
Bipin Shrestha, Kristina Schneider and Shiva Adhikari from the organisation had a very constructive meeting with the head and staff of Kindergarten where they planned everything in detail and organised the programme.
Children showed their interest about Nepal and asked a lot of questions like if there wa s an ocean and ship in Nepal, how Nepalis eat food with their finger and whether there was train in Nepal.
According to Adhikari, chairman of Nepali Samaj, the children tried to have Nepali food with their fingers.
Two weeks later, the parents of the children were invited and a film about Nepal was shown to them with their children.
According to the parents, their children had explained about Nepal at home.
“They also mentioned about typical shape of Nepali flag and the highest mountain, Mount Everest, that lies in Nepal,” Adhikari quoted the parents as saying.
Another programme was held on Saturday in Frankfurt, where the participants of programme got information about Sustainable Development Goal 2030.
Nepalis, German and Nepal lovers were invited to join that programme.
During the programme, Paul Eckardt reported about his trip to Nepal and a visit to the Siraha-based Deaf School, which is supported by Nepali Samaj.