Mojn- Knivsberg, Sonderborg , Denmark – 13th to 20th of November 2011 – Drums for Peace youth exchange

Knivsberg, Sonderborg,  Danemarca – locul care a gazduit timp de o saptamana (13-20 noiembrie) schimbul intercultural denumit Mojn, si la care au participat reprezentati din  Cipru, Danemarca, Estonia, Germania  si Romania.  Scopul proiectului este acela de a forma prietenii intre tinerii europeni  si de a sparge barierele nationale sau lingvistice. Knivsberg  este o zona din sudul Danemarcei, langa granita cu Germania si care da numele unui campus german. Timp de 2 zile ne-am pregatit pentru spectacolele finale, fiecare dintre participanti alegand workshopul dorit – dans global cu Pako, muzica cu Boris, breakdance cu Steve si circ alaturi de Sebastian.  Pe langa workshopuri si spectacole, am avut parte de distractie, prietenii si plimbari in micile orase port Aabenraa si Sonderborg. In plus, in seara interculturala, am avut ocazia sa ne prezentam cultura si traditiile, in special pe cele culinare, fiecare dintre participanti aducand cu sine cate ceva specific zonei din care provine. Am gustat cate putin din fiecare, branza halloumi din Cipru, bere din Germania sau peste afumat din Estonia. Am invatat sa dansam, sa cantam si sa jucam jocurile traditionale din tarile participante. La randul nostru, am ospatat gazdele cu palinca si turte romanesti si i-am invartit pe ritmurile perinitei. Echipa romaneasca a dat dovada de entuziasm si spirit de initiativa pe toata durata desfasurarii schimbului de tineret.

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Knivsberg, Sonderborg , Denmark – is the place where was hosted for one week  the so called Mojn youth exchange. The people involved were from Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Germany and Romania. The project’s aim was to build up friendships between European youngsters, and also to breakdown the national and linguistic barriers.  Knivsberg is located in the south of Denmark, near Germany border and is the name of a German campus. For 2 days we have prepared for the final performances, each participant having the possibility to choose from these workshops:  global dance with Pako in charge, music with Boris, break-dance with Steve and circus with Sebastian. During this week, we made new friends, we had a lot of fun together and we also visit the surrounding cities, such as Aabenraa and Sonderborg. In addition, we had an intercultural evening, where everybody had the opportunity to present their own culture and traditions, each of them bringing some typical food from their country. We have tasted a little bit of halloumi cheese from Cyprus, some beer from Germany and smoked fish from Estonia.  We have learned how to dance, to sing and to play foreign games. We served our host with palinca and Romanian bread. And we taught them how to dance one of our traditional dances – perinita. The Romanian team showed enthusiasm and initiative during the whole week.

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