LogoDayton International FestivalDayton Convention Center
Globe LogoA World A'FairPassport
Passport Balloon
  Look for the Heart
  Balloon at each booth
  to find the Passport
  stamper.

 

Passport Program
Sponsored by

Premier Physician Services

The winner of the
passport raffle is
Joselyn Kamikaze,
age 11, of Dayton.
Cultural Passport

A very popular feature of A World A'Fair, inaugurated in 2007, has been the Passport program.

The Passport is a small booklet containing a page for each country/ethnic organization, with a photo from the organization and a question having to do with this year's festival theme.

Children of all ages visiting the Festival receive a passport to be taken to each country's booth where they will find or be told the answer to the question and have their "passport" stamped providing them with a fun learning experience.

The  children can have their names entered into a drawing  for prizes donated by the ethnic organizations and Passport sponsors. 

2013 Passport Questions
(Click here to see the answers)

Africa:
Q: Which country won the 2013 Africa Soccer Cup?

Burundi:
Q:In times past, this natural object was shared by people gathering together for drinking and celebrating.

Colombia:
Q: What is the traditional Colombian game that is similar to horseshoes?

Czechoslovakia:
Q: Since the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic has only qualified for one FIFA World Cup tournament. What year did that happen?

France:
Q: What color jersey does the leader of the Tour de France race wear?

Germany:
Q: Name two things Germans like doing for recreation.

Greece:
Q: When the first Olympic Games were held in 776 BC, what were the two competitive events?

Guatemala:
Q: What part of the body did the ancient Maya use to score a “goal” in futbol?
A. Head
B. Hips
C. Feet.

Hungary:
Q: As Hungarians enjoy the natural hot spring bath pools—they might play a game of this while in the water. What is the game?

India:
Q: This is the most popular sport in India. India has only won the World Championships in this only a few times—what is the sport? t

Ireland:
Q: What is one of Ireland ’s traditional pastime sporting events?

Italy:
Q: What is the name of the smaller target ball in bocce?

Japan:
Q:What is the name of the Japanese version of the game of chess?

Korea:
Q:What is the traditional board game played with four sticks, especially during the
Korean New Year?

Lebanon:
Q: Lebanon is one of the countries on the Mediterranean you might not expect to
offer resorts of this type. What kind of resort is it?

Mexico:
Q: What is a favorite pastime of the Mexican people?

Netherlands:
Q: To spend Sunday eating, playing games, and having a good time in a park.

Norway:
Q: A popular winter sport in Norway is ___________________

Panama:
Q: Pinas Bay holds more world records for this sport than any other place in the world. What is this outdoor sport?

Peru:
Q: Can you name the popular coin toss game played in Peru?

Philippines:
Q: Who is the 8-time World Champion Boxer from the Philippines ?

Poland:
Q:What is a popular pastime in Poland that takes place in late summer and early fall in the forest?

Puerto Rico:
Q: This game is a very popular pastime in Puerto Rico—played by all circles of
society and people of all ages. What is this game?

Scotland:
Q:What is a Niblick?

South Slavs:
Q: Stomping grapes with bare feet was a way to crush grapes—true or false?

Turkey:
Q: What is the name of this Turkish national sport where sportsmen douse themselves with olive oil?

USA:
Q: In 1907 college and university marching bands started doing modern formations on the field. What university had the first modern formation—a giant letter “P”?

Viet Nam:
Q: What is a favorite national pastime in Vietnam?

(Click here to see the answers)