"At the beginning of the event, some of the students were shy and reluctant to start playing. But slowly, they became more and more comfortable with each other and enjoyed the games."
Our amazing volunteers with the GPYC Peace Club in Nepal took their Compassion Games celebrations to a truly delicious level. Conducted in Ganesh Ma Bi, Ganesh Chowk, there were nearly 60 kids who participated in the "Match the Food" game. They could match India, Nepal, Pakistan Thailand, and America. This game proved to be a bit difficult for some of the participants, as they lacked knowledge about each of the countries. It became a great learning experience for them.
They also played games like Zip Zap, Banana Shake, itnabadapahad, hee-haa-hoo, and Moonballathon. At the beginning of the event, some of the students were shy and reluctant to start playing. But slowly, they became more and more comfortable with each other and enjoyed the games.
The group also hosted an event with the Youth Forum members and Indian participants in the afternoon. They all participated in a peace walk from Newroad Gate to Basantapur. Basantapur is home to many cultural heritage monuments, the living Goddess Kumara, and the King's palace. Once the group arrived in Basnatapur, they made a circle and played some Play for Peace games. The students drew peace tattoos on each other's hands, letting their creative sides show.