We present our readers a conversation with 22-year-old Syrian citizen Ammar Dubein. The hometown of the young man is
— What surprises you in our country?
— The most shocking thing for me in Kyrgyzstan was that people drink alcohol in public places, and a terrible smell, which is felt when you pass them by. Also I can not get used to the fact that men spit on the street.
— What in Bishkek reminds you of your hometown?
— Two important holidays which are of great importance for every Muslim: Kurban Ait and Orozo are marked in
— What do you miss and what do you lack in Bishkek?
— Honestly, there are almost all necessary conditions for comfortable living in Bishkek. But I will lie if I say that I do not miss my national traditions, as well as my friends in
— Do you already have a favorite place in Bishkek?
— What do you like in the national cuisine? And what are you afraid even to try?
— The national cuisine is very fattening and nutritious, I like everything in it, but I prefer kuurdak and the liquid lagman. I often treat myself with these dishes.
— What has fascinated and disappointed you in close acquaintance with the local population?
-I really like the hospitable and kindhearted Kyrgyz people. And there are a lot of people of this nationality among my friends. My disappointment is associated with theft, when I was stolen a mobile phone in a minibus.
— What would you change in Bishkek or even in
— In Bishkek, I would like to replace all minibuses by buses. The technical condition of the minibuses is very troubling like the way they chaotically move on the roads.