Morocco: Moroccan cuisine” way to publicize the long history of Moroccan culture in the Swedish TV

Published August 27, 2015 by godshope1971

Channel Four begins on Swedish television broadcast “seventh hour and a half program in my house,” which aims to melt the Swedish modern society a multicultural one entrenched culture of coexistence values.

Purview idea was launched in 2008 and is called “seventh hour and a half in my house” and selects four people each and every one Aazm others in his home to make dinner by host desire.

This year received the Deputy Mayor of the municipality of Halmstad “Huda upper Herona” an invitation to participate, and chose to host the participants on the Moroccan food to introduce the culture of Morocco and Morocco as a country through the kitchen.

Television crew resides in the host house for a full day upper and elected to present the Moroccan dress and display the Moroccan costumes in her home to introduce the culture of Morocco as a way of contributing to the publicity and promotion of Morocco as a state in the ancient inheritance of multiculturalism and cultural heritage.

The program was named in four people, men and women an expression of gender equality and different ages to reverse the image fusion of cultures and ages and traditions.

Deputy Mayor of the upper Halmstad participate in this program every day of the offer and in the third episode upper receiving guests in her home for a meal Moroccan dinner consists of Moroccan cuisine and pastries and tea.

In this program will not provide Golah drinks at the behest of the TV and the participants in this program is an expression of acceptance and respect for other cultures that have become part of Swedish society ∞∞∞∞∞ CLICK HERE FOR MORE »»»»


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