During this year’s annual International Day at the American International School in Cyprus (AISC), celebrated in honor of Universal Children’s Day and students explored the theme of a “World with|out Walls”. They explored case studies such as the Great Wall of China, the Venetian Walls around Nicosia, the Lascaux caves in France, Mecca’s walls in Saudi Arabia, the Western Wall in Jerusalem, the walls of Cuzco in Peru, the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington DC, the Berlin Wall, the Fez in Morocco, Peace lines in Belfast, the Great Green Wall in Africa, and many more. Through art, literature, poetry, games, the spoken word, AISC students created and innovated to show what walls represent to them. Students also created a wall of flowers on our rooftop, building a defense against climate change. The centerpiece of the day was an International Food Festival, provided by parents, with cuisine from over 30 countries around the world. What a way to celebrate global citizenship at AISC!