Well, that's what im talking about.inacio said:unfortunately no
but we have quite a few as it is
well u didnt say the only country making it a holidayCengo said:Well, that's what im talking about.
Here in Türkiye there are big festivities all around Türkiye.
They invite children from all around the world to join a festivity where the children are representing their country by dancing a traditional folklor.
As i said Türkiye is the only country in the world that has dedicated a day for celebrating children....thanks to Mustafa kemal Atatürk!
Cengo said:He lives in Stockholm ( i think) and im in Malmö.....
But i wouldnt mind dancing some halay.....
I know the situation in Malmö, its unfortunate. I live in Gävle and this one was cooperation between several ascosiations under TUF, so i bet that there were some people from Malmö too... Like you say its fun to have days like this once or twice in year, especially for the youngest ones has the oppurtunity to meet other turks...Cengo said:Looks like you guys had lots of fun....
We used to have Turkish parties for every occasion....but that was long ago. Our dernek isnt as good as it was before....now it's mainly used for watching games and playing cards.....oh yes.....and smoking like chimneys....:rollani: