EURO – ASIA PROMOTION & CULTURAL FOUNDATION
str.Traian Vuia, Nr.1, Sc.C, Ap.3, 500008, BRASOV, ROMÂNIA
Tel\fax: +40(0)268/418387; Mobile:+ 40(0) 744/382534
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Participant, NGO WORKING GROUP on the WORLD BANK
National partner, International Child Art Foundation (ICAF), Washington
International partner, Shanghai Cultural Development Foundation, P.R.China
Member, National Forum for EU Strategy on the Danube Region
Membru fondator, Federatia Organizatiilor Neguvernamentale pentru Dezvoltare
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We have the honor to address these lines on behalf of “Euro-Asia Promotion and Cultural Foundation (EAPCF)”. Our Foundation and "Reduta" Cultural Centre from Brasov, Romania, founded in 2000 the European Literature Circle, the first online Literary Circle in the world.
“Reduta Cultural Center” from Brasov is a remarkable innovative Center oriented to the promotion of creative industries at local, national and international level.
We have several Olympic teams and Artistic groups that can participate in the events and programs organized by your institution with the same profile:
- Children and Youth
We are looking for partners in Asia to build together
Euro-Asia Silk HighWay
Please send us your comments and invitation
|Romanian co-winners at Arts Olympiad and World Chidren's Festival
Washington DC - 2011
Where our gifted children travel:
World Children's Festival 2011
Since 1997 ICAF has organized the World Children’s Festival in Washington, DC. The 3-day event – the world’s largest international celebration of children’s creativity and imagination – takes place every four years on The National Mall opposite the U.S. Capitol and is free and open to the public.
The Mini Chefs Academy is designed to provide a rich environment for learning and development, in many different forms, to discover a healthy diet based on Organic Food.
The Academy facility also offers the food servicies for kindergarten, schools, and research.
Founded in 1962, "Crai Nou" Folk Ensemble of Brasov Children's Palace became due to its quality of interpretation and repertoire a Reference Group of Children among groups of its kind in Romania.
The Team is headed by over 20 years by the same choreographer and director respectively of teachers: Pepine Benone and Petrisor Varga and their all gender demonstrations attended by both country and especially abroad are highly appreciated.Their repertoire of representative dances and music including the most important folkloric areas is very diverse and original containing works from all country regions (Oltenia, Muntenia, Transylvania North South Center, Moldova).