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Rohingya Display Their Ant at Exhibition in Dublin

By Eliyas

Carlow, Ireland: An exhibition program was organized on 25th May 2010 by Vocational Education Committee (VEC) in Dublin for the all refugees resettled from different countries which main focus was celebration of different culture with different people. Nine culturally different ethnic groups around the world who were resettled in Ireland was invited. All the nine groups stood with their own culture.

Rohingya display Their Ant at Exhibition in Dublin Carlow: An exhibition program was organized on 25th May 2010 by Vocational Education Committee (VEC) in Dublin for the all refugees resettled from different countries which main focus was celebration of different culture with different people. Nine culturally different ethnic groups around the world who were resettled in Ireland was invited. All the nine groups stood with their own culture.

Rohingyas showed their culture with Rohingya traditional dress Minister of State for Integration The program was delighted by Mary White T.D, the Minister of State for Integration Ireland and she encouraged all the participants for their well done activities shown at the program.

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Rohingya Traditional Food called (DurusKora)The Rohingya an ethnic group of of Burma (Myanmar) showed Rohingyaculture with diffirent staffs. Rohingyas were declared first place on art exibition and food cooking. They made their cultural foods and made all the participant surprised. They also showed their culture with dress and perfomance. Rohingya Drawing Exhibition Pictures

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The Picture, drawn by Mohammed Rafique (Carlow, Ireland)

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The Picture, drawn by Mohammed Eliyas (Carlow, Ireland)

The Picture, drawn by Osman Johar (Carlow, Ireland)

The Picture, drawn by Osman Johar (Carlow, Ireland)

The Picture, drawn by Shah Alam (Carlow, Ireland)

The Picture, drawn by Shah Alam (Carlow, Ireland)

The Picture, drawn by Rahid Ahmed (Carlow, Ireland)

The Picture, drawn by Rahid Ahmed (Carlow, Ireland)