GumushanAfrican students played the horn in their local costume
At first they performed their traditional dance, then they played the horn in full force.
GÜMÜSHANE – Foreign students studying at Gümüshane University are introduced to their countries by their open stands. In the program, students from the African continent performed their traditional dances and then they played the full horn with Kemens.
As part of the Gümüşhane University year-end event, foreign students open a booth and introduce their country and culture to the organization of the Foreign Student Union Club. The foreign students, who showcased their country’s products, food, clothing and many other products in an open stand in front of the university’s social facilities at Gumshan, hosted by 380 students from 32 countries, wore their local costumes and performed their country’s dance with music. .
G ছাত্রmüshane University students, academics and citizens participated in the local dance, Gümüshane University of Health Sciences Department of Occupational Health and Safety Dr. Instructor Aydın Kıvanç immersed himself in rhythm and performed local dances for students from the African continent.
Gumushan University Rector Professor. Dr. In the program, which was also visited by Halil Ibrahim Zebek, the students, who performed their traditional dance, played the horn in their local costumes, as well as the Kemmensi music performed on the field.
“Each one is more colorful than the other”
Rector visited the stand to take part in the program. Dr. Halil Ibrahim Zebek said, “In 2017, we had 32 international students from 4 countries and today we have 380 students from 32 countries. We are increasing the number of international students in line with our international student policy. Today is Graduation Day. Earlier, our students formed student clubs, formed associations and opened stands representing 19 countries. We visited these stands and learned about the stands that identified their own countries and cultures. From Bangladesh to the Central African Republic, from Morocco to Somalia, ”he said.
“I had nostalgia for myself, I thought I was in my town.”
Harun Mahamat Jema, a university student at Chadli Gumushan, says he misses his traditional dance and feels at home here. “Every country has its own tradition, civilization, culture, language. We are here to introduce it to our Turkish friends. We are not here. We have been doing our traditional dance here for a long time. I was very excited. I was nostalgic for a long time. I thought I was I’m in town, “he said.
“I have the ability to play all kinds of games”
Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Gumushane, with local dances by African students. Aydın Kıvanç, a member of the trainer, said, “Culture is universal. It is found wherever there are people. So, these cultures become universal by sharing. I also have a style that can adapt to any environment, all my types. There is the power of play. The game, be it “Tamata”, “Zebek” or “Horon”. Bar or Bar, is all a culture of humanity, so I was glad to have the opportunity to get to know different cultures. I think that’s the case. “
“I loved Turkey before I came, I still love it”
Hasani Ali Brahim, a student in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at Gümüşhane University in Chad, said: Turkey is a beautiful country. “I loved it, I loved it. I loved it before I came, I still love it, “he said.