The Global Public Diplomacy Network (GPDNet), founded predominantly by the KF, held the “Tales for Everyone” Festival in Ankara, Turkey, on April 19-23.
The Yunus Emre Institute of Turkey hosted the Festival, featuring seven public diplomacy organizations from around the world, including the Korea Foundation, the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange from Taiwan, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute from Poland, the Balassi Institute from Hungary, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts from the Philippines, and the National Institute for Cultural Orientation from Nigeria.
Each institution shared love stories from their country with the Turkish audience, while Korean group ― Theatre Ro.Gi.NaRae delighted onlookers with a puppet performance entitled “The Fairy and the Woodcutter”.
|1||2017.4.20(Thur.)||10:00-18:00||Storytelling by Turkey and Nigeria at Kabakçı House Culture and Arts Place|
|2||2017.4.21(Fri.)||10:00-18:00||Storytelling by Korea1, Hungary, Taiwan and Korea2 at Mayakoleji School|
|3||2017.4.22(Sat.)||09:00-18:00||Storytelling by Poland and Philippines, Visiting Altinkoy Museum|
|4||2017.4.23(Sun.)||10:00-12:00||Attending Ceremonial Event for the National Sovereignty and Children Week|
|Turkey||Yunus Emre Institute of Turkey|
|Singapore||Singapore International Foundation|
|Philippines||National Commission for Culture and the Arts|
|Poland||Adam Mickiewicz Institute|