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Upcoming cultural events at the PG Hub

The PG hub are hosting the following free, student-led cultural events this summer term:

kaamatan.jpgKaamatan (Malaysian festival)

Join us to celebrate together on 29 May at 1pm in the PG Hub.
The Tadau Kaamatan (literally, ‘Day of Harvest’ in the KadazanDusun language) is an annual celebration celebrated by the KadazanDusun and Murut (KDM) people of Sabah, in Malaysian Borneo.On 29 May we will be celebrating the Kaamatan festival, which is an annual event celebrated by the KadazanDusun and Murut (KDM) people of Sabah, in Malaysian Borneo. This will be a unique opportunity to learn about the Kaamatan festival and meet other postgraduate students while tasting homemade Malaysian cakes and watching the traditional dance show.

Places are limited, so please sign up online.

cCroatian celebration

Croatia is coming to the PG Hub on 9 June, 4-7pm.
Did you know that after visiting Dubrovnik, Croatia, George Bernard Shaw said 'If you want to see Heaven on Earth, come to Dubrovnik'? Join us on 9 June to learn more about Croatia, taste Croatian desserts, beer, wine and much more.

Places are limited, so please sign up online.

If you are interested in organising a cultural event in the PG Hub or if there is a specific cultural event you would like to include in the PG Hub programme, please contact Eren at fatos dot eren-bilgen at warwick dot ac dot uk.