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AAFT School of Hospitality and Tourism Celebrates International Cuisine from Slovenia, Peru, and Namibia at 8th Global Fashion Week

AAFT School of Hospitality and Tourism Celebrates International Cuisine from Slovenia, Peru, and Namibia at 8th Global Fashion Week

Noida, India – The second day of the 8th Global Fashion and Design Week at Marwah Studios was marked by a spectacular showcase of international cuisine from Slovenia, Peru, and Namibia. The event, which took place during the first session of the day, was inaugurated by a distinguished panel of ambassadors: H.E. Mateja Vodeb Ghosh (Ambassador of Slovenia), H.E. Javier Paulinich (Ambassador of Peru to India), and H.E. Gabriel Pandureni Sinimbo (High Commissioner of the Republic of Namibia).

The food festival was a vibrant celebration of global culinary traditions, supported by the Indo Slovenia Film and Cultural Forum, Indo Peru Film and Cultural Forum, and Indo Namibia Film and Cultural Forum of the International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry. The aim was to foster cultural exchange and appreciation through the medium of food.

Dr. Sandeep Marwah, President of AAFT, opened the event by introducing the chefs and highlighting the importance of such cultural initiatives. He stated, “The integration of diverse cuisines at this festival not only enriches our cultural experiences but also educates our students about global hospitality standards. This platform allows us to celebrate the richness of international culinary arts.”

H.E. Mateja Vodeb Ghosh, Ambassador of Slovenia, expressed her enthusiasm for the event, saying, “It is a pleasure to see Slovenian cuisine being showcased in such a prestigious setting. The efforts of the students and the faculty at AAFT are commendable. This initiative truly bridges cultural gaps and brings us closer together.”

H.E. Javier Paulinich, Ambassador of Peru to India, shared his appreciation, “The Peruvian dishes prepared today reflect the authentic flavors and traditions of our country. I am impressed by the dedication and skill of the AAFT students. This event not only promotes culinary excellence but also strengthens our cultural ties.”

H.E. Gabriel Pandureni Sinimbo, High Commissioner of the Republic of Namibia, also praised the initiative, “Seeing Namibian cuisine being celebrated here in India is heartwarming. The students have done an excellent job in presenting our traditional dishes. This kind of cultural exchange is vital for fostering mutual respect and understanding among nations.”

The food festival featured a stunning array of dishes, each reflecting the unique culinary heritage of the participating countries. The colorful presentations and authentic flavors captivated the attendees, who included a large number of dignitaries from India and abroad. The event provided a platform for the students of AAFT School of Hospitality and Tourism to demonstrate their culinary prowess and engage with international guests.

The festival’s success was a testament to the hard work and creativity of the AAFT students and faculty. By bringing together the culinary traditions of Slovenia, Peru, and Namibia, the event highlighted the school’s commitment to cultural education and global hospitality standards.