Our French World and Air Mauritius

French Culture does not stop to France
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Are you ever heard the word “Francophonie”?
Do you want to know more? If the answer is yes, this new area is for you!
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“Francophonie” is the quality of speaking French. The term designates the ensemble of people, organisations and governments that share the use of French on a daily basis or/and as administrative language, teaching language or chosen language.

French Culture does not stop to France. It spreads its wings to many French-speaking countries all around the planet. Our French World pavilion gives you the opportunity to discover how French heritage mixed with other cultures, and how diverse are the landscapes of countries of “Francophonie”.

Various Regions of France and French-speaking countries will be represented by French groups, clubs, associations and volunteers willing to share their knowledge with you. This year Our French World will be grouped with the Créole Village under two big domes to be able to have a vibe of the diversity of the French Speaking countries.

Mauritius will be represented by Air Mauritius.

Established in 1967, Air Mauritius connects Mauritius to the rest of the world. With flights to and from Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa, the company now serves 23 regional and international destinations.

Air Mauritius is the proud national carrier for the Republic of Mauritius and has been flying to Perth since 1991. Although a small airline we have won multiple awards for service and have recently introduced a brand new aircraft A330-900NEO for service to and from Perth.

Quebec will be represented by the Quebequois a Perth Facebook Community

France will be divided in 4 Regions  promoted by Bonjour Perth Volunteers:

» Provence – Corse – Languedoc
» Bretagne – Normandie – Pays de Loire
» Alsace – Bourgogne – Nord – Paris
» Auvergne – Rhône-Alpes – Aquitaine

New CaledoniaSwizerland and Belgium will be promoted by Bonjour Perth Volunteers

Seychelles will be represented in the Creole Village by Seychellois Club Inc.

Reunion Island will be promoted in the Creole Village by WA Student Exchange

African countries located ouside the dome will be represented by IFORAP