In this scene, the characters introduce themselves and their backgrounds and cultures. They then talk about how their town would like to celebrate its diversity with a holiday in which people can set up stalls throughout town to teach others about their cultures.
In this scene, the characters walk around their town and talk about their culture, as well as some of the well-known parts of their culture and its significance.
In this scene, the characters find a stall and meet the person running it. The person running it explains that the purpose of his stall is to teach people about calligraphy and it's importance in cultures.
In this scene, the characters show and talk about the materials needed in order to make calligraphy, as well roughly how much is needed.
In this scene, the characters show the process of calligraphy in their native language, while explaining each of the steps.
In this scene, the characters show the end product, and explain why calligraphy is a big part of their specific culture, as well as its uses in their culture.