Ti Presento il Mio Paese – Polonia e Portogallo

Ciao tutti,

last week, on the 18th of November , Vicolocorto did a cooperation with the Biblioteca San Giovanni called “Ti Presento Il Mio Paese “ to let the EVS-Volunteers  of the organisation present their own country to the people of Pesaro and show somethings unusual information.

DSh_TPMP_005A lot of people went there to get to know more about Portugal and Poland, so far it
was a great success but we wanted to know how it was for the volunteers who where presenting.

CARLOS

Q1: How were your feelings to present your country to the Italian audience?

A1: I was feeling proud, confident and actually quite relaxed, despite my presentation was in Italian which I’m not that comfortable with but it turns out to be very calm and eloquent (I think).

Q2: Can you mention one important point from your presentation that you would like our blog readers who didn’t attend to the presentation at the Biblioteca San Giovanni to know about your country?

A2: No. I think if you want to know you have to see it, so for those who didn’t manage to go and also for those who made DSh_TPMP_034their brilliant presence in the Biblioteca, just go to Portugal and see for yourself!

Q3: How was the reflection of the audience?

A3:They seem to me very interested in hearing what I had to say, in general I really like the good mood that was coming from the crowd, including some Italian tips to help me with the presentation. In the end I feel quite sorry I didn’t manage to know the feedback of the majority of the people.

Q4: We know that besides of Library you presented your country in the “Don Gaudiano” Secondary school in Pesaro. What was the difference between presenting your country to youngsters and adults?

A4: Well I think the major difference is that the curiosity of the youngsters was more focus on who are we, who are the strangers, outsiders, travellers, and maybe I think they made the mental exercise to see themselves in our place someday. In the Biblioteca it was more formal, but also more relaxed for me. The “must-be-an-example” had some effect on me for sure.

JANEK

Q1: How were your feelings to present your country to the Italian audience?

A1: I considered it equally a challenge and a chance.

Q2: Can you mention one important point from your presentation that you would like our blog readers who didn’t attend to the presentation at the Biblioteca San Giovanni to know about your country?

A2: I would like to mention that I didn’t had a chance to present the second part of my work. It was supposed to be about our common history. Something that joins two DSh_TPMP_009countries on the other sides of Alps. Like Queen of Poland- Bona Sforza, Legioni Polacche and Polish Army under gen. Anders, fighting in II World War, fighting “for our freedom and yours”.

Q3: How was the reflection of the audience?

A3: A lot of people came! I was surprised and happy to see them and later to receive interesting questions. One question/statement was extraordinary- it was given by a woman, who appeared to be a daughter of ex-soldier of Polish Army.

Q4: We know that besides of Library you presented your country in the “Don Gaudiano” Secondary school in Pesaro. What was the difference between presenting your country to youngsters and adults?

A4: Well obviously the kids knew less that adults, but they were equally interested.  And their questions were more random. Like if I know the band Toto or who famous did I met in my life.

DSh_TPMP_043The following “Ti Presento Il Mio Paese” is happening on the 2nd of December (Germania) and 16th of December (Armenia) at 5.30 pm in the Biblioteca San Giovanni. Feel free to come to get to know something new about those interesting countries.

by Khacho and Milena

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