International Fair at the FIS
June 21 to 25, 2021
June 21 to 25, 2021
And it’s a wrap on the FIS Virtual International Fair 2021!
We would like to thank all the contributors who shared so many videos showcasing their culture, and the viewers who visited the website daily, engaged with the content and supported the event.
Every year we come together as a FIS community and celebrate the rich, cultural diversity at our school. Due to COVID restrictions this year, we had to get creative and celebrate our rich diversity virtually.
Enjoy partaking in the virtual celebration!
June 25, 2021
Emma Hey, Grade 8 student, skillfully performs three classical pieces on the guitar.
Learn how to make Strawberry Mochi, a Japanese delicacy, with these easy step-by-step instructions. Recipe by Atsuko Kambara, FIS parent.
A virtual trip to the “Hawaii of Japan”, the island of Okinawa. Contributed by Chimu Yasuda, Grade 7 student.
Philipp Hey, Grade 6 student, performs a piano piece ‘Sonatine Op. 59 Nr. 2, 2. Satz’ by Friedrich Kuhlau, who is a German-Danish composer.
Ryunosuke Morimoto, Grade 9 student, explains the relevance of Gion Matsuri, a festival held in Kyoto, Japan every July.
Learn more about the Japanese Tea Ceremony and flower arrangement from the Kambara Family with children in ES and Secondary School.
June 24, 2021
Take a moment to relax with some Yoga from Betty Angus, ES parent.
Learn how to make Japanese Matcha latte tea. Recipe by Elena Masuda and Jennifer, ES parents.
Get a brief introduction to Japanese animated TV shows and movies called Anime and Japanese comics and graphic novels called Manga with Tobio Kambara in Grade 7.
Learn how to make delicious chocolate mousse at home. Lucie Peigne, Grade 6 student shares an easy recipe.
Join Haritha Sriram, a parent with children in Elementary and Secondary School, to learn more about traditional Indian folk drawing.
Please note: Watch in full-screen mode for the best experience. This video has no sound.
Learn a new spin on a traditional Franconian Rinderbraten recipe by Gregor Schmitt, Grade 6 student.
June 23, 2021
Live Zoom Session today at 18:30!
Join the students from Bookbridge@theFis for a fun family quiz about one of the countries we support! Can you guess which one? We will run this via Zoom and use Kahoot (available as an app or on the web at https://kahoot.it). The quiz will last for 20 to 30 minutes and there are prizes for the top three winners. This is open to all ages!
Time: Today (Wednesday, June 23), 18:30
Zoom link: zoom.us/bookbridge
Meeting ID: 740 4200 4441
Learn how to make Indian Masala chai tea with Kamya Shah, ES parent.
Continue to learn more about Origami with Ryunosuke Morimoto, Grade 9 student.
EJ and Eli, students in Grades 2 and 3, explain in detail how to play Baseball, America’s favorite pastime.
Chinese Jiaozi dumplings made simple in this step by step video by Kunting Chen, Grade 1 student.
Enjoy Chris Trimble’s cover of “Right Hand Man,” from the musical Hamilton. This song introduces George Washington for the first time in the acclaimed Broadway musical.
June 22, 2021
Test your German knowledge! The Hey family created a Kahoot quiz about Germany.
Kahoot is available as an app or on the web at https://kahoot.it. There, participants need to enter the code 09502388 to play the quiz. As a prize for the winner, we will donate a fun book about Germany. To do this, players must register with their full names and are only allowed to play once for reasons of fairness. The number of participants is limited to 100.
Enjoy Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Courante” by Rosalie Koester, Grade 11 student.
Come and learn more about Australian Rugby from an expert! Tom Egerton interviews his brother, Bob Egerton, who played high-level Australian Rugby and has coached extensively.
Discover the secretes of the Hong Kong-style milk tea recipe by Jennifer Lo, ES parent.
June 21, 2021
Crispy Indian Samosas, everyone’s favorite, are easy to make at home. These crispy dough pockets are stuffed with potatoes and peas and air-fried to give them a healthier twist. They make a perfect starter or side dish or buffet food for your next party. Can be made vegan.
This recipe is shared by Anvita, ES parent. Full Recipe available at https://thebellyrulesthemind.net/samosa-recipe/
Unlock Origami secrets with Ryunosuke Morimoto, Grade 9 student.
Enjoy an explanation and demonstration of Korean drumming by Saehee Chang.
Learn how to make Taiwanese Bubble Tea by Jennifer Lo, ES parent.