International festival of language and culture held in Ulaanbaatar


Date posted: May 23, 2016

An international festival of language and culture is taking place today at the Chinggis Square in Ulaanbaatar, according to GoGo.

Organized by the International Turkish Language Association for the second time, the fest introduced cultures of Brazil, China, France, Germany, Japan, Philippines, Turkey and United Kingdom.

Students of two Ulaanbaatar secondary schools introduced history and culture of various countries.

The attendees have the opportunity to taste international cuisines.

Source: AKIpress , May 20, 2016


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