On thursday, Antonio Bautista Vice President of Hard Rock International for Europe and Asia, announced at a press conference that Hard Rock Cafe will be coming soon for the first time to the cultural capital of Kazakhstan – Almaty as well as Central Asia!
We are bringing to your attention an interesting video that was found on the great spaces of YouTube. “Central Asian Hell Show” is a new humorous program about news from Central Asia
What does a neglected neighborhood of the Boogie Down Bronx have in common with the wild and desolate steppe of Central Asia? Perhaps it is their rugged spirit that ties them in, or the unsettling nature, or the survival-of-the-fittest attitude
A short news story from Yerbulan Akhmetov, participant of the NewEurasia Workshop in Kazakshtan. That story got high marks from the tutors.
The next story from NewEurasia’s Kazakhstan Workshop series. We continue to publish works of our best students. Today we are proud to present Saule Kultaeva
The committee of the Open Central Asia Book Forum and Literature Festival 2013, which was held in the UK between 7-11 November 2013 announced the winners of it’s three categories: Literature, Translation and Illustration
NewEurasia continue to publish series of best articles of our Kazakhstan workshop students. Today we are present work “Cross cultural seasons” by Asem Ryspaeva.
NewEurasia gave a successfull workshop in Kazakhstan, Almaty. You can read more about that event in special story by Chris Schwartz. And now we want to introduce you the winner of our small competition, that we held during the workshop. Her name is Shakhnoza Basitova, she is young journalist from Almaty, student of Ablay Khan University. Her story “Dance with cookware” has got the highest marks from tutors of the workshop.
NewEurasia succesfully gave a three-day workshop at Ablai Khan University in Almaty. Chris Schwartz, one of the tutors, shared his feelings about a process
NewEurasia represents a photo-essay “Nuclear Steppe” by Ben Dalton about Soviet nuclear test site Semipalatinsk, which is located in Kazakhstan
Central Asia’s largest blogging platform NewEurasia.net invites bloggers and journalists from Almaty to participate in the free workshop