Image Credit: USQ / Representing the Nepalese community at last year’s USQ Harmony Day event (from left) Lila Prasai, Sabita Sharma, Chiza Neupane, Siju Adhikan and Barsha Adhikan
USQ will join the community in celebrating cultural diversity at USQ Harmony Day tomorrow (Wednesday, March 15).
Harmony Day is a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home – from the traditional owners of the land to those who have come from countries around the world.
The USQ Toowoomba community will mark the occasion with a day of dancing, singing, food stalls, cultural games and a fashion show.
The event will be held across all three USQ campuses this month, and will feature stalls and activities with representation from Japan, Nepal, Iraq, India, China, Korea, Cambodia, Chad, Bangladesh and more.
For more information about multiculturalism at USQ visit www.usq.edu.au/multicultural.
What: USQ Toowoomba Harmony Day
When: Wednesday, March 15 from 12pm-2pm
Where: Quadrangle, USQ Toowoomba (USQ Refectory if wet weather)