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24 September 2018

Some thoughts on Kazakh philosophy

Some thoughts on Kazakh philosophy
The importance of any philosophical thought is always conditioned by a number of reasons for both internal and external properties. This also applies to the analysis of the problems of the development
22 September 2018

Koryo-Saram: A Glimpse at the Past and Present of Koreans in Kazakhstan

Koryo-Saram: A Glimpse at the Past and Present of Koreans in Kazakhstan
This year marks the 81st anniversary since the Soviet authorities embarked on an enforced resettlement of ethnic Koreans from the Far East to other regions throughout the USSR.
21 September 2018

Ensuring a Strong Bond Between Kazakhstan and Poland

Ensuring a Strong Bond Between Kazakhstan and Poland
Poland has long been Kazakhstan's strategic partner. The peoples of Kazakhstan and Poland are linked by an old friendship. Eighty years ago, thousands of deported Poles were sheltered by
19 September 2018

On the Legendary Turksib railway

On the Legendary Turksib railway
The Turkestan-Siberian railway is the one that connects Central Asia with Siberia and one of the main constructions of the first five-year plan of the USSR.
16 September 2018

Short but Meaningful life of Shokan Ualikhanov

Short but Meaningful life of Shokan Ualikhanov
The name of Shokan Ualikhanov rightfully occupies an honorable place in the history of culture and social and scientific thought in Kazakhstan.
15 September 2018

Shakarim's Precious Legacy

Shakarim's Precious Legacy
Shakarim Kudaiberdiuly - a well-known Kazakh poet, philosopher, and historian was born in Semipalatinsk region. His father was the elder brother of Abai Kunanbayev.
14 September 2018

Remembering Zhambyl Zhabayev

Remembering Zhambyl Zhabayev
Zhambyl Zhabayaev is a Kazakh poet-akyn, one of the brightest frontmen of Kazakh oral folk art.
18 September 2018

It is difficult ‘to keep the saddle’

It is difficult ‘to keep the saddle’
For the second time the Tlep Aspantayuly Charitable Foundation gathers performers and musicians on stringed instruments from around the world at the Tlep Aspantayuly International Competition
11 September 2018

The Tragic Fate of Aral

The Tragic Fate of Aral
The ancient history of Aral sea has seen the periods of both fall and rise. Now this story is sufficiently reliably reconstructed by various methods. The specialists have disagreements
31 August 2018

The Priceless Philosophy of Abai

The Priceless Philosophy of Abai
Abai is a great Kazakh poet, a philosopher-humanist, and composer. He was born August 10, 1845 in Semey region on the slopes of Shyngystau mountains, near Kaskabulak.
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