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Mossgiel Park Primary celebrated its cultural diversity with a family multicultural evening.
Kids and parents dressed in traditional clothing and shared aspects of their culture with other members of the Endeavour Hills school community on Wednesday 14 March.
Guests could try henna art, write in Khmer at the Cambodian stall, make paper lanterns at the China section, and make pasta in the Italy zone.
They could try dances from East Timor and Cambodia, watch Indian, African and Samoan performances, listen to Sri Lankan folk singing and more.

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