TMU International Food Festival offers flavors of 20 countries

Source: Office of Global Engagement

Published on 2018-05-30

The 2018 International Food Festival featured TMU international students from 20 countries cooking special dishes and selling them on campus. Students and others in the campus community were invited to share this lunchtime chance for cultural exchange.


The International Food Festival has been held since 2010 so Taiwanese, international students and others can enjoy exotic cuisine and stage entertainment.

To assist international students with communication, sales and other activities, local students volunteered at the booths, in the kitchen and everywhere in between. Interactive games provided prizes for participants, and students inquired about future events of a similar nature.

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