TPU international students from South Korea, China, Mongolia, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, and Pakistan invite everyone to the National Lounge of East, South and Southeast Asia.
Staged folk wedding, New Year’s rituals, folk songs, dances, shows in national costumes, master classes in writing Old Mongolian letters and names in the Javanese script are included in the performance program.
The event is scheduled for Thursday, 15 November, at 7 pm at the International Culture Center of TPU (13v Usova St.). Entrance is free.
In addition, all guests will have a chance to play national games: the Indian Kabbady, which is the most ancient in Asia, the Indonesian game Lompat Karet, the Vietnamese Nhai Shaf, the Korean Comusin Tondgigui, and the Korean table games Hato and Yut/Yunnory.
Students will cook national delicious dishes.
‘These include the Indian Coconut Laddu, the Korean Cadjuri, the Mongolian Boortsog, the Vietnamese Banh Tieu, the Chinese Danh Ta, Vietnamese and Indonesian fried bananas, the Pakistani curd sweets Rasmalai,’ the organizers tell.
In addition, each one will be able to take pictures in national costumes within a special photo spot and learn about traditions and customs of the peoples of the East, South, and Southeast Asia.