Mizzou held its 38th International Bazaar Sept. 25, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is an annual tradition at Mizzou. The event is usually held in Lowry Mall. This year, it moved inside due to the weather
Rain didn’t put a damper on the event, though, as students of all ages and nationalities crowded into Stotler Lounge for free food, entertainment, and to learn about the variety of cultures and traditions from countries like China and Malaysia.
Fun events included name writing in Chinese, musical entertainment, and the traditional flag ceremony held outside of Jesse Hall. Students from the countries represented enjoyed sharing their experiences at Mizzou and how it differs from the cultures they grew up in.
This event was a great way to learn about the different cultural backgrounds Mizzou caters to, and has been entertaining and educating since 1974.
This multimedia project was created by Corner Post Staff Writers:
- Rachel Raines
- Michell Todd
- Mallory Tucker