Nandin-Erdene Namkhaidogdon, 4, left, and Aminjin Otgonbaatar, 4, learn numbers from one to five at kindergarten No. 25 in Umnugovi province, Mongolia. Mongolian public schools resumed in-person learning in February, after approximately two years of pandemic restrictions.
Guillermina Tovilla Gómez, one of the oldest members of the group called la Tía They, performs as a character, Las Chuntá, during Fiesta Grande, a festival to honor the Black Christ of Esquipulas, Saint Anthony the Great and Saint Sebastian in Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico.
Los Tunditos, a musical group from Doctor Mora in the state of Guanajuato, performs traditional songs with drums and flutes at the National Otomí Gathering in San Juan Ixtenco, Tlaxcala, Mexico. The gathering is part of a movement to restore indigenous identity through traditional music.
Tamara Sonia Grassi, center, a Brazilian dance instructor, leads a rehearsal for Carnival in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Residents and members of the Civil Association of Cultural Exchange Between Brazilians and Argentines practiced the choreography weekly for over two months.