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Chopsticks lessons at ACMS



2019-03-21 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
Chisato Maeda of Japan teaches ACMS Student Chauncey Anderson how to use chopsticks during the International Day of Cultural Awareness and Diversity at Adair County Middle School on Thursday, March 21.

Maeda was one of 25 international students from the Lindsey Wilson College International Student Program (ISP) that assisted in teaching the middle school students throughout the day. ISP students from 12 different countries shared facts about their home country, played games, stamped passports and held Q & A sessions with the ACMS students.


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