On April 16, 2019, the Chinese Culture and Literature Hall hosted a book exhibit on "Traditional Chinese Medicine".


Traditional Chinese medicine has gained widespread recognition throughout the world because it has its own theory, proven over thousands of years, of the origin of the disease, its development and its own approaches to treatment based on this theory.

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On April 16, 2019 in the hall named after N. Dauletov a presentation of three books of a member of the Union of Writers of Kazakhstan, winner of the International Literary Award "Alash", poet, journalist, scientist Temirgali Kopbaev: "Dreams of Dreams", "Dreams of Drowning" and "The Years are Moving" was held.

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The book exhibition dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the famous Kazakh writer, literary critic and critic Vladislav Vasilievich Vladimirov was organized in the reading room "Kazakhstan Kiptary" at the Depositary of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan in Almaty.

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The book exhibition, dedicated to the 120th anniversary of Kanysh Imantayevich Satpayev, Soviet geologist, one of the founders of metallogenic science, the founder of the Kazakh school of metallogeny, academician of the Kazakh SSR, the first president of the Kazakh SSR Academy of Sciences, was held in the Sultangazin hall for scientists.


Kanysh Imantayevich Satpayev was born on April 12, 1899 in aul № 4 in Pavlodar Semipalatinsk region (now Bayanaulsky district of Pavlodar region). From 1909 to 1911 he studied at the aul school, in 1914 he graduated with honors from the Russian-Kazakh school in Pavlodar, and in 1918.  -In 1918 he graduated from the Semipalatinsk Teachers' Seminary.

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On April 10, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. at Kazakh Secondary School № 2 an evening of remembrance was held dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the ethnographer, People's Artist of Kazakhstan Alexander Zatayevich.

The event was held within the framework of the Club "Іnzhu-marzhan", acting under the Department of Arts of the National Library of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Zataevich was born in 1869 in the Orel region (Russia). In 1886 he graduated from the military gymnasium in Orel. In 1896 he met the composer S. V. Rachmaninoff, who took an interest in Zatayevich's plays and promoted their publication. Rachmaninoff also dedicated his piece Six Musical Moments to Zataevich. Between 1904 and 1915. Zataevich served in Warsaw, where he was also involved in musical and social activities. He was a music critic for the Warsaw Conservatory newspaper.

From 1920 he lived in Orenburg, where his creative activity was mainly expressed in the collection, recording and systematization of Kazakh folk music. He recorded more than 2300 works of Kazakh folklore music. Zataevich's collections "1000 songs of Kazakh people" and "500 Kazakh cues and songs" represent an anthology of Kazakh musical folklore from ancient times to 1930s. For the first time in the history of Kazakhstan, Zataevich characterized a number of outstanding Kazakh folk composers, including: Abai Kunanbayev, Kurmangazy Sagyrbayev, Birzhan Kozhamgulov, Zhayau Musa Baizhanov, Dauletkerei, Baluan Sholak, Mukhit, Ybyrai and some biographical information about them was given. The most outstanding Kazakh performers of folk works, such as Amre Kashaubaev, Gabbasa Aitpaev, Kali Bayzhanov and others are great from the point of view of cognitive knowledge. 

Alexander Zatayevich is one of the founders of Kazakh professional piano music. He authored music collections "Kazakh Songs in the Form of Miniatures for Piano", "Songs of Kazakh Tartars", "Songs of Kazakhstan", "250 Kyrgyz Instrumental Pieces and Tunes", "Songs of Different Nations", and "Kyrgyz Instrumental Pieces and Tunes". He was the first one to whom the government of the republic in 1923 awarded the title "People's Artist of the Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic".

To commemorate the life and work of A.V. Zataevich, a memorial plaque was installed in Almaty, and one of the city streets was named after him. In 1954, a monument depicting an ethnographic musician listening to an akyn was erected on his grave in Moscow.

Musicologist Aizhan Berdibay, composer Agaisha Isagulova, folk traditional singers N. Elemesov and B. Kubushev and others took part in the memorial evening.


On April 5, 2019 in the hall named after N. N. Dauletova held a memorial evening dedicated to the 125th anniversary of the birth of Asylbek Seitov, a prominent public figure, doctor, a famous member of the "Alash" movement, and a presentation of a monographic book by Orazgul Mukhatova "Asylbek Seitov - Trace of History".

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In the reading room "Kazakstan kіptatary" organized a book exhibition "Tarikh gylymynyn tamyrshysy", dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the famous writer, historian and ethnographer, Kazakh State Prize winner, honored worker of Kazakhstan Koishygar Salgarin.


Koyshygara Salgarin was born on April 1, 1939 in the aul Kokalat of Zhangeldy district of Kostanay region. In 1964 he graduated from the Department of Journalism of the Faculty of Philology of the Kazakh State University named after S.M. Kirov (now Kazakh National University named after al-Farabi).

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The book exhibition "Kosh keldin, az Nauryz!" dedicated to the spring holiday Nauryz was organized in the reading room "Kazakstan kitaptary" at the Depository of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan in Almaty.

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