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27 November 2015

Independence Day of Mongolia

Independence Day of Mongolia was held at TPU International Cultural Centre on November 21, 2015. It was the 91st celebration. The Association of Mongolian students did their best to make the day special for everyone.

We are glad to see so many people at our holiday! Thank you for coming and supporting us. We are proud of it!, told Damdinsuren Sukhbaatar, a head of the Association.

Irina Gerasimchuk, a deputy director for International Education and Collaboration, IIE&LC, Artem Rykov, TPU Vice-Rector for International Contacts, teachers, students of Pre-University Department and even guests from Kemerovo also congratulated Mongolian students.

It was great pleasure for me to see Mongolian people, their dances and costumes for the first time. Ive made a lot of photos and Im going to show them to my friends!, commented Hope Mukombero, a student from Zimbabwe.

Mongolian students put on original performances where national traditions and modern art were combined. Such choreographic styles as modern dance style, hip-hop, break-dance and latina were presented to guests. Bayarmandakh Altash and Khavalkhan Bakhytjol, TPU students impressed the audience with their vocal performances. They presented such musical techniques as bit-box and guttural singing.

The most remarkable moment of the concert was national costumes show. They were of different materials and styles.

Dmitriy Strugovtsov and Ekaterina Chudinova, presenters of the concert told the audience about the difference of Asian nomad peoples clothes:

Mongolian national costume differs from others in cutting, decoration and colour. A costume should correspond to all situations. Climate also had the influence on a costume character: there were clothes for different seasons

Every association organizes holidays in different way. I like energy, emotions and enthusiasm of Mongolian students. I think that Damdinsuren Sukhbaatar should be greatly appreciated as a concert organisator, said Julia Kirilova, a responsible for cultural and mass activity at IIE&LC.

According to the lunar calendar New Year celebration will take place at TPU International Cultural Centre on February, 2016.


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