Well, we survived multi-cultural night. It was all about food. We took cookies and agar agar and everyone else was unloading pans and pans of all kinds of foods. I focused more on the educational display. People just wanted to eat. Now we know we need better food and more of it. Someone in charge said she was glad we had a big display since she wanted it to be about education as well as food. The Korean kids all scoffed at picking up peanuts with chopsticks but a couple of girls who had never used chopsticks before were excited to pick up a peanut. We met a couple of Malaysian dads (moms were from elsewhere) and realized one was the dad of a little girl Katy’s been friends with for a few years. I told them their kids should do a table next year and be next to us! They had a good two hours of cultural performances afterward but we only stayed for about half. Lots of the kids are learning their family’s cultural dance, music, etc. We were the only ones with a display of a country we weren’t from. That threw a few people.