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Heritage walk provided a unique platform for cultural exchange

Bhubaneswar:16/7/17:The heritage walk provided a unique platform for cultural exchange as the students of College of Charleston had a nice interaction with other student members and general participants. Students from ICICI Skill Academy, Bhubaneswar and five members from two leading sea food processing and export firms and an entrepreneur were the other participants, who made the heritage walk a memorable event.

Professor Christine Finnan, who teaches social anthropology and education, led the students, who are part of a delegation of a student exchange programme of the city-based Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences, said “though I came to Bhubaneswar during 2014 and 2015, this heritage walk was a wonderful experience as the students learnt a lot through their journey in the Old City area.’’

Lavren, a student from College of Charleston said “Ekamra Walks today was an awesome experience for all of us.’’

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