The second festival of Chinese language art among students of Uzbekistan was held in the capital’s Palace of Friendship of Peoples, the Dunyo news agency reported.
The Fund for the Development of Culture and Art under the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan in a test mode introduced electronic cataloging in four museums of the country: the State Museum of Art of Uzbekistan, the State Museum of Applied Art and Handicraft History of Uzbekistan, Aybek House Museum and Karakalpak State Museum of Art named after I.V. Savitsky.
A presentation of Alisher Navoi’s poem “Farkhod and Shirin” in English was held at the National Library of Uzbekistan, Dunyo news agency reports.
On 14 January 2020, with the assistance of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Kuala Lumpur, the Director General of the Uzbekkino National Agency met with the leadership of the State Television and Radio Company of Malaysia (Radio Televisyen Malaysia - RTM).
The next performance of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan was successfully held in Kuwait, Dunyo news agency reported.
The Youth Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan is located in Kuwait on these holidays, Dunyo reports.
In early February 2020, the largest in Asia international handicraft fair “Surajkund Mela” will be held in the Indian state of Haryana. The partner country of this large-scale cultural event will be Uzbekistan, Dunyo reports.
On 30 December, the National Agency “Uzbekkino” hosted an Open Day for the public, media and bloggers. It included a series of events introducing guests to the history, activities and plans of the agency.
On 27 December 2019, at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Washington, the presentation of Abdulla Qodiriy’s first book, “Bygone Days” (“O’tkan kunlar”), first published in the US in English, was presented.
On 29 December, with the support of the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan, “Uzbekkino” and 10 national television channels for the first time in Uzbekistan organize a campaign to simultaneously broadcast the full version of the film “Bygone Days.” The screening of the film, based on the novel of the outstanding writer Abdulla Qodiriy, is dedicated to the 125th anniversary of the writer.