— Domani Spero
U.S. Embassy Warsaw, Poland
Employees from the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw and the U.S. Consulate General in Krakow along with their families with their “Jingle Bell Rock”cover recorded by American diplomats in Poland with the support of musician Stan Breckenridge, U.S. Distinguished Chair Fulbright Scholar to Poland from California State University, who is currently in Poland on the Fulbright Scholarship at Jagiellonian University. The video was created on the streets of Warsaw and Krakow. The clip includes Ambassador Stephen D. Mull, see the 00:12 mark. Last year, they did All I Want For Christmas Is You.
U.S. Embassy Bangkok, Thailand
The U.S. Embassy Bangkok and U.S. Consulate General Chiang Mai wishing their Thai friends a happy new year. The clip below includes Ambassador Kristie Kenney on a motorbike at the 00:20 mark. In 2012, they did this video to the tune of Ruen Rerng Ta-lerng Sok by Soontaraporn.
U.S. Embassy Dublin, Ireland
With some cute little munchkins in the “town of the hurdled ford.”
U.S. Embassy Sofia, Bulgaria
U.S. Embassy Kampala, Uganda
U.S Mission Uganda wishing the Ugandan people a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Americans at the embassy do their best to send holiday greetings in a few Ugandan languages: Luganda, Kiswahili, Kinyarwanda, Luo and Runyankore. Is that Ambassador Scott DeLisi at the 00:09 mark?
U.S Embassy Oslo, Norway
American diplomats tried to pronounce Norwegian words and phrases that relate to Christmas — Kålrabistappe – mashed rutabaga, Dorullnisse – “toilet roll santa,” Marsepangris – “marzipan pig,” Pepperkakemann – gingerbreadman, God Jul – Merry Christmas and more.
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