Every student is given a Catalonia-Hong Kong pin which stand for friendship and collaboration.

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HKG souvenir for BCN students
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Chinese Chess

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Chinese traditional wine container
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Chinese fan


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Hong Kong post card


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Hong Kong guide book

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Calligraphy: all the best in Chinese



BCN souvenir for HGK students

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Barcelona FC scarf
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Tipycal Catalan Hat: Barretina
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Barcelona FC Game
















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Postcards from Barcelona

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Famous Catalan band: Manel
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Catalan Children Songs CD




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Gaudi's Salamander









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Caga Tió



**Caga Tio** comes out on 8th December. It is a small log with a smiley face, wearing the traditional red Catalan hat - the Barretina. The name Caga Tio means ‘Poo Log’. Every day between 8th December and Christmas Eve, children look after the Caga Tio. They cover him with a blanket to make sure that he is warm and they feed him Turron every evening. This is to ensure that he is nice and full so that he will poo out lots of treats on Christmas Eve!
On Christmas Eve, after our large dinner (detailed below), dessert comes courtesy of Caga Tio. The children are given a stick with which they hit the Caga Tio. They sing a special song:
“Caga Tio avellanes I torró
Si no vols cagar
Et donanem un cop de pal.”

This translates as:
“Caga Tio hazelnuts and turron
If you don’t want to poo
We will hit you with a stick”

The children then reach inside the Caga Tio’s blanket and find sweets and small toys. Similar to the sorts of treats that children receive in their stockings from Santa Claus.







Barcelona and Hong Kong Corners will be established in their partner's school later accordingly.