On the night of April 28-29, an event dedicated to the Day of Unity of the People of Kazakhstan was held at Turan University. The organizers offered the participants not only to get acquainted with the culture of other peoples, but also to enjoy various entertainments.
The event began with a concert program, which was attended by various dance organizations of Almaty universities. After the concert program, the main program of the night in “Turan” began: the students organized a peoples’ fair, where national dishes, drinks, souvenirs and other goods were presented.
Various games were also played during the night. Playstation tournaments, the Mafia game, the Amopd us game, as well as board games were organized. Everyone could participate in any of these games and enjoy the time spent with friends.
As part of the event, a movie night and a stand-up show “Reshaly” was organized, which is an analogue of the popular Russian show. Everyone could tell their problem, and the guys from the organization helped to find a solution. This part of the event was fun. One of the highlights of the event was the Bunker game. Participants had to solve tasks to get out of the bunker. It caused a lot of emotions and became one of the most memorable moments of the event.
At the end of the event, contests were held and honorary gifts were presented from the partners of the event. The participants received a lot of pleasant impressions and met new friends.
The night in “Turan” became a bright holiday, which determined the importance of cultural diversity and showed how representatives of different nations can unite and spend time together, enjoying different forms of entertainment and communication. The participants of the event had the opportunity to meet new people and learn facts about the culture of many ethnic groups living in our country.
In general, the event “Night in Turan” was very interesting, the participants enjoyed their time immensely. The organizers demonstrated how important it is to maintain cultural diversity and unity of the people. We hope that such events will continue in the future, helping people find a common language and enriching our lives with a variety of cultures and traditions.