The second lecture on the history of Fine Arts of Kyrgyzstan was held yesterday at the Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts named after Gapar Aytiyev. The lecture was dedicated to the artists-pioneers of the Kyrgyz SSR Gapar Aytiyev and Sabyrbek Akylbekov. Read the full story »
Editor’s note: Photos by Begimai Sataeva
Recently, a surprising place in nature Kumtor media coverage only from a negative point of view. From a political point of view about this place says a lot. If you look at it from the point of view of a tourist open completely different species.
In the south-eastern Kyrgyzstan, on the heights of the Tien Shan, near the glacier is a unique gold mine – Kumtor. On arrival at the Kumtor not accustomed to hard for people to breathe, stay accompanied by constant dizziness, because Kumtor is located at over 4000 meters above sea level. All year round field sweeps snow. Round, every day, you can see flocks ranging over argali. Hungry wolves often eat at the office of Kumtor. Depth of the wells and the extent technology is enormous.
This can be seen in the following pictures:
NewEurasia with the joy congratulates our readers with Nowruz bright spring holiday! Our bloggers Loki, Nurzhan Kadyrkulova and Eisenstein has produced small video pieces, dedicated to the celebration of Nowruz in their countries – Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. We made a short clip from these pieces, and hope, you will like it!
The concert of classical music was held in the Kyrgyz National Conservatory, where the main actors were Japanese masters of musical art: Akiko Hayakawa, Eto Satiko and the Koichi Inoue Read the full story »
Lecture “The history of Fine Arts of Kyrgyzstan: the beginning” was held yesterday, March 13, 2013, in Bishkek. Being a part of the “Meetings in the museum” project, the lecture gave a chance to citizens to have an excursion to the unique history of Fine Arts of Kyrgyzstan. Read the full story »
This year on International Women’s Day (8th March) weather in Bishkek was unusually cold. However, it had no impact on the celebration of this wonderful holiday. Residents of Bishkek city and its visitors were walking all day, taking pictures on the central square of the city, and were congratulating their favorite women!
Below is the photoreport from the snowy streets of Bishkek on the 8th of March, 2013:
The Central Asia was infected with Harlem Shake virus! Watch our special compilation with best Harlem Shakes from our region! Kazkahstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistam, Turkmenistam and Uzbekistan are going mad!
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Nurzhan Kadyrkulova, our new blogger from Kyrgyzstan, with report from exhibition “From the present to the past: the life of Afghan Kyrgyz” , special for NewEurasia
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Alex Ulko continues his series of works about Central Asian architecture. Today he will discuss highly important architectural forms as statues and sculptures erected in the past 20 or so years across the region.
More than 1,300 people attended 30 events in Bishkek as part of Kyrgyzstan’s first such forum, opened by ex-President of the Kyrgyz Republic, Roza Otunbayeva, and with appearances by international literary stars including Janusz Leon Wisniewski (Poland), Hamid Ismailov (UK and Uzbekistan), and Elchin Safarli (Azerbaijan).
The winner of the festival’s literary contest, Zarina Karayeva, and forum organiser Marat Akhmedjanov appeared on the breakfast show of Kyrgyzstan’s NTS television station on 26 November, with coverage also featuring in 20 other media including Vechernii Bishkek, the BBC World Service, K-News, News Asia, The Times of Central Asia, Uzbek and Tajik media, and Mir.