Kazakh people love celebrating special occasions, particularly weddings and birthdays. Rich people organize them to show off, whilst middle and lower income households take loans from banks and ask for help from relatives, so that everything is at a good level and they are not ashamed in front of the society. Continue reading “My family’s upcoming pre-wedding fuss”
Almaty is the largest city of Kazakhstan, also known as “southern capital”. It is my favorite city in the country where nature and urbanism are harmonically blended and create a special atmosphere. Even if I am a constant visitor of Almaty, I never get bored with it and would like to introduce a list of 10 places worth of visiting if you are planning to stop by this amazing city. Continue reading ““Worth a visit” in Almaty”
Gennady Gennadyevich Golovkin, “Triple G” or “GGG”, is a professional boxer from Kazakhstan who has never been beaten in any of his 37 fights and holds the highest knockout ratio (92%) in the Middleweight Championship history. But 18th of March was a threatening date for his stellar career. Daniel Jacobs, aggressively announcing his readiness for the fight and confident in his potential victory, finally met GGG on the rink. Continue reading “Triple G’s unbeaten streak remains intact”
Culture of Kazakhstan does not seriously perceive women as a workforce able to do the jobs of men. Gender stereotyping is still widely present and lots of time is required to destroy it.
People’s mentality still pictures a woman at home cooking, cleaning and looking after kids. However, on the threshold of International Women’s day UN-Women is going to organise a photo-fair called “#YesSheCan” in several cities of Kazakhstan. Continue reading “#YesSheCan”
In the previous post, I wrote about a young talented singer, Dimash Kudaibergen, who is currently participating in a singing contest in China. However, I did not explain how the Chinese audience greets him and does some crazy things for its idol. Continue reading “Chinese fans going crazy over Kazakh singer”
Galymzhan Moldanazarov and Anatoliy Tsoy are young, talented and famous singers now. However, they were little-known in Kazakhstan a few years ago. The former became popular in Russia first. And the latter participated in Russian X-Factor and in 2015 won the music contest of one popular Russian producer. Only after that all the Kazakhs became aware of their existence. Same phenomenon is happening again. But this time in China. Continue reading “Why Kazakh audience recognizes Kazakh talents after they become famous abroad?”
Kanat Beisekeyev is a young ambitious filmmaker from Kazakhstan, whose movies are about people’s real-life stories. Almost two years ago he moved to USA and started filming the lives of Kazakh people who moved there in order to seek new opportunities, pursue their dreams and build new lives. Continue reading “USA giving new life for Kazakh adoptees”