Despite of rain outside, the ISU Cultural Festival 2019 kicked off on campus. Over 100 international students of different origins, including the Philippines, Honduras, Vietnam, and Indonesia, from within or outside ISU were attracted to the venue, and some of them even had their traditional costumes on. In addition to the Festival, the International Student Summit was also held on the same day, welcoming all participants to voice their opinions about environmental sustainability.

Jia-Ling Li, a student of the Department of Tourism, gave a performance of the Balinese dance, attracting a lot of attention

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