Access program joined “Talking Kites Around the World” iEARN project

March, 20 2013


On March, 20 (on the March Equinox) Access program joined Talking Kites Around the World” iEARN project , a universal movement enhancing the important values, such as tolerance, acceptance of the "other", love, co-existence, listening, choosing dialog over force, universal solidarity etc. among participants from all over the world. This way, Access students from all 6 regions made kites to fly as a massive tribute dedicated to advancing the cultural and social dialog, a symbol of bridging the gap and understanding the "other."

While making kites each group has used original shapes, a rainbow of colors and unusual decorative materials; such way transmitting worldwide their messages. Thus, the romantic kite of students from Ungheni, the happiest Sponge Bob kite of Balti, the lovable kite of Varnita/Bender students or the creative ones from Cahul, Chisinau and Comrat flew into the sky to tell everybody how beautiful the world should be.

Moreover, this action inspired greatly Rodica Aculov, an English teacher from “Mihai Eminescu” Lyceum, Cimislia, who motivated her students  to decorate and fly Talking Kites.  The most wonderful messages were sent by the kindergarten kids from Cimislia who drew valuable pictures of a world with peace they hope, dream and want to live forever.



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