On the 6th of August our team met with Team Mexico! It was very interesting, we talked about our countries and cultures, our languages, but most importantly we had a lot of fun!
On the 2nd of August, Team Thailand was added to our list of meetings! We talked about the competition and our experience so far, exchanged knowledge on robotics and did culture exchange! Hearing things about a country so far away from us, and learning about the culture was fascinating!
On the 31st of July we met with Team Switzerland, we got to know each other, we discussed theories about what we think FGC2022 Geneva is going to look like and most importantly, we had fun!
On the 30th of July, our team went on a group call with many teams, and among them, was Team Belize! It was an interesting conversation talking about our countries, listening to local music and exchanging our experience in robotics!
On the 30th of July we had a joint meeting with Kenya, Romania, Colombia and some other teams that are stated above. We exchanged our cultures, traditions and music.
On the 30th of July we met with Team Australia. We talked about this year’s challenge and we brainstormed possible solutions for the challenges the competition holds, afterwards we exchanged fun facts and traditions about our countries.
On the 25th of July, our team held a meeting with Team Germany! In this meeting we exchanged our experience in the competition so far, and looked back at the FIRST Global Challenge 2018 "Energy Impact". Team Germany showed us that year's robot and it was very interesting!
On the 25th of July we had an interesting meeting with Team Turkmenistan, we taught each other words from our languages, we talked about our music and about the competition. They also told us about a music video idea they had and they asked if we wanted to partake in the project, we of-course accepted. It was a very fun meeting that gave us insight into another civilization from another continent.
On the 23rd of July, the meeting that was suggested to be done with Team Tunisia, was held! It was extremely interesting since we did Culture Exchange, talked about traditions and local food, and played games! These include the game where we say a word in English, then it is translated in one country’s language, and then in the other’s. Also, there was a series of jokes, laughter and fun!
On the 22nd of July, the second meeting was held, with Team Gambia! We talked about the competition, our experience in robotics and had fun learning about Gambia’s culture!
Greek National Robotics Team
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