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Seeing the World Through a Colombian Lens: Travel Stories from Roberto Mocetón

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Title

Seeing the World Through a Colombian Lens: Travel Stories from Roberto Mocetón

Rights

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Type

Moving Image

Creator

Paige Allen

Date

2000s, 2010s

Description

Roberto Mocetón shares the cultural importance of travel in Colombia. He reflects on his motivations for personal travel after moving from Bogotá, Colombia to London, Canada with his family. Roberto views travelling as an opportunity to connect with his family, become more globally-minded, and pass along these values with his son. He highlights that travel is a way for us to learn from and connect with others. In this video, he also reflects on the similarities and differences between the role of travel in Colombian and Canadian cultures.

Format

Video

Language

English

Place

Bogotá, Colombia

Publisher

Bridging Classroom and Community: Languages and Cultures in Action, Western University, Fall 2019

Contributor

Roberto Mocetón / Member of the London Hispanic Community

Extent

5:27

Identifier

https://youtu.be/YnCuogiOPY4

Relation

“IsPartOf” Hispanic

Rights Holder

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Subject

The role of travel in Colombian identity

Temporal Coverage

2000-2019