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Transcript of PAKISTAN
How are you all? :)
So let me introduce myself first. My name is Hamza Saqib but my nick name is Hamz. And every one here will call me from my name or my nick. The country i came from is Pakistan and i am 22 years old.
Well I was actually getting bored at my place so i came here to share and play games which i love the most. And the fun part is every one here in this room will be part of the games we are gonna discover while i am here.
So the game for today is
GET UP AND TALK:
I will make 10 Questions and Answers on index cards about me, and then the you all will try to find a classmate that has the answer or question that matches the card you get. After you have partnered up, the person with the question reads it and then the partner that has the answer reads it to the rest of the class. For example: How many pets do I have? (One cat named Lenny).
After finishing the game i will show you guys what Pakistan really is and we'll see the games Pakistani children play there. :)
SO LETS START!!
But what makes Pakistan truly magnificent are its people
There's something for everyone!
TRADITIONAL TRUCK ART
Kalash girl, Chitral district, Pakistan. The Kalash are an ethnic group inhabiting the Chitral district in Pakistan. There is a myth that they are descendants of Alexander the greats army. Kalash mythology and folklore is often compared to that of Ancient Greece. Their believes are highly focused on spirituality and nature.
The big horned black Yak like Khiak, native of snow covered mountains of Gilgit - Baltistan. Two Balti children dressed in exotic traditional dress
Guys wear traditional Sindhi dresses to celebrate Sindh Culture Day.
Pakistani student and computer prodigy who in 2004 at the age of nine became the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP).
PAKISTAN'S YOUNGEST FOOTBALL TEAM
PAKISTANI DE KHAABAY
FACTS ABOUT PAKISTAN
The world’s highest paved international road, The Karakoram Highway, is in Pakistan which is the eighth wonder of the world.
Khewra salt mine, the second largest salt mine in the world is in Pakistan.
Pakistan holds four out of fourteen highest peaks in the world. K2 is the second highest mountain in the world.
The tune you are listening to right now is Pakistan’s national anthem tune and it ranks first in the top three tunes of the world.