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India - Pakistan Letter Exchange

World Peace is a phrase that we keep reading and hearing about. Right from beauty pageants to Twitter wars, people have an opinion about world peace. But how many people do we know who actually work toward achieving it? Well, here’s some exciting news! Walnut students did exactly that, in December 2018.

Our students of Std. 4 to 8 participated in a letter – exchange programme as part of Love Thy Neighbor, a project designed toward developing friendly relationships toward students in neighboring countries. Their excitement was evident through the lovely, painstakingly decorated letters that they wrote. While we were targeting to get 100 letters across the border, our students surprised us with a grand total of 126 letters!

Currently, the letters are on their way to Pakistan, instrumented by Mr. Chirag Gupta, who has initiated the Love Thy Neighbor project. When the letters reached him, he was so overwhelmed that he recorded his reactions on video and sent it to us. We are proud of your young ambassadors, who have successfully taken their first step toward world peace!

Do have a look at the letters Walnut students have written.

                                 

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