Coding For All. Accessible Education in Kazakhstan.

I’ve started thinking about the social contribution while studying at university. I felt that I had a lack of knowledge, so I joined AIESEC organization where I pumped my knowledge and skills. After graduating from the university, I got a job at the school and the “Interkids Education Center”. Unfortunately, there was no time for AIESEC and other social projects. Soon I joined the international … Continue reading Coding For All. Accessible Education in Kazakhstan.

So Far, Yet So Close: Senegal And Kazakhstan

When I was about 10 years old my brother ran after beeping cars all the time. You ask why? Because at that time and even now in some regions of Kazakhstan, beeping cars going down the road tell us that somewhere there is a wedding. I remember moments when children from our yard gathered near the huge yurt with only one purpose – collect “shashu” … Continue reading So Far, Yet So Close: Senegal And Kazakhstan

Kazakh Hospitality In India. You Don’t Usually Think About Such Stuff Until It Breaks Into Your Life.

I have a good friend whose name is Altukha. Every time I speak about Kazakh hospitality, I remember him. Why hospitality? Altukha invites foreigners to his house, gives them a place to spend several nights, his family set the “dastarkhan” (table with lots of different national food) with our tasty foods, and, of course, show them the true Almaty. ” Here we drink three cups … Continue reading Kazakh Hospitality In India. You Don’t Usually Think About Such Stuff Until It Breaks Into Your Life.

Whichever Hurts You The Most, Do It The Most. Abhishek Choudhury.

After completing my second semester in my masters, I decided to find a job or internship to implement my theoretical knowledge into practice. I applied for some Indian companies, but I didn’t like the way they work: they take an attitude test, then they take you for a group discussion where you have to be more aggressive, you have to know political matters and business … Continue reading Whichever Hurts You The Most, Do It The Most. Abhishek Choudhury.

Happiness Is Real When It’s Shared. #Homelessness

“Do not act as if you had ten thousand years to throw away. Death stands at your elbow. Be good for something while you live and it is in your power.” Marcus Aurelius, Meditations We decided to continue organizing small charity activities during Ramadan month and after it. Last week we went to the heart of Kuala Lumpur to give our help people that we … Continue reading Happiness Is Real When It’s Shared. #Homelessness

Happiness Is Real When Shared. #RamadanKareem

My first year fasting turned out to be quite interesting, I wanted to get a better idea on not only how to discipline myself, but also experience what other Muslims do, as fasting can unite us all, all nations, all races, all cultures unite on one principle as if we all have one heart it made me feel connected. After four days of fasting an … Continue reading Happiness Is Real When Shared. #RamadanKareem

A 180 Degrees All The Way From Karachi To Kuala Lumpur

If you live with your family, it’s a simple life. When you become an expat, you actually hustle, you try many things, you take challenges, and then you take THE lead. Then when you experience independence, everything becomes different. When I entered university, I had problems with presentations & public speaking. I started taking part in many things to improve myself. I joined many societies; … Continue reading A 180 Degrees All The Way From Karachi To Kuala Lumpur

From An Intern To A Permanent. Support Goal 4.

What I am grateful is to have friends that I can call my family. One of my dreams was to study abroad. I decided to pursue my MBA in Malaysia because of not only fascinating culture, friendly people, convenient facilities but also an opportunity to be able working in this country. My MBA program required me to have an internship in the last semester. I … Continue reading From An Intern To A Permanent. Support Goal 4.