International Spanish Language Day Celebrated in Malaysia

Ambassadors of Spanish-speaking countries

This April 23, the International Spanish Language Day was celebrated in Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, with an event organized jointly by the embassies of Cuba, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Spain, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The event was made up of various activities to celebrate the second most spoken language in the world, among which were story telling for children, talks with Spanish language students, reading texts, the awarding of a micro-story contest, and dances and interpretations. of songs from the organizing countries.
The Cuban embassy in Malaysia participated with a Cuban literature stand, in addition to the diplomatic attaché Saimi Reyes Carmona being a judge of the La Ciudad y yo micro-story contest and during the reading of texts in Spanish she recited Poem IX of the Simple Verses of José Martí, popularly known as La Niña de Guatemala.
The event was conducive to strengthening the bond through language with the citizens of this Southeast Asian country and to talk about the cultures, history and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries.

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