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Topic - Mairam Abylkasymova
"The nomad Kyrgyz didn’t have meetings. They discussed all their issues at ceremonies and funerals," Ms. Abylkasymova said.
"A Kyrgyz man is just not a good guy if he doesn’t want to invite all his relatives, friends, acquaintances, colleagues and neighbors," said Mairam Abylkasymova, a 75-year-old poet from Bishkek, the capital city. "Besides feeding, one should also give gifts; otherwise, the guests might be offended and he will be blamed for the rest of his life."