Connections with the Tibetan culture should start with the University's Gastronomy course
Feevale University Rector, Cleber Prodanov, was visited by Jigme Tsering Chagtuk, representative of the Dalai Lama and the Central Tibetan Administration for Latin America. Feevale's Director of International and Institutional Affairs, Paula Casari Cundari, coordinator of Rapport with Student, Vera Carina da Silva, and the professor and coordinator of the Gastronomy course, Daniel Bonho, also participated in the activity. Besides them, Cristian Krummenauer, director of Tourism of Três Coroas, Ogyen Shak and Adriana Shak, founder and director of Espaço Tibet - Três Coroas, were also present.
The meeting aimed to present the University and its infrastructure and to analyze the potential for cooperation. This was the first step towards formalizing partnerships and cultural connections with Tibet, which should start with the Institution's Gastronomy course. On the occasion, the dean reiterated the importance of partnerships signed by Feevale.
We are very happy with this connection we are creating with Tibet. This connectivity is important, as it shows that our work is aimed at all audiences”, he highlighted. “The region is not just for Germans, it is multicultural, and this helps us to work in different areas, interconnected with different countries and cultures”, added Prodanov.