TSU held a presentation Magic East, where 22 students from Syria, Iraq, and Egypt talked about the history of their countries, traditions, and customs, and also debunked some stereotypes. This is one of the events that help Russian and international students get to know each other, create joint projects, and develop academic exchanges.
International students talked about the history of Syria, Iraq, and Egypt - countries with a large and interesting history that have given a lot to all of humanity. For example, the first alphabet was invented in Syria, the world's first code of laws was written in Iraq, and Egypt was the birthplace of the oldest civilization on the planet. They also spoke of modern Iraqi cities with the new buildings, roads, and cultural centers.
In the future TSU Online volunteers and international students plan to organize presentations of Laos, European countries, and countries of Asia and Africa.