KISA is proud to announce that it will be hosting a presentation by students from the KAIST Ukranian Community Society [KUCS]. In addition to a multi-media introduction to the Ukraian, there will be snacks.
Ukraine [우크라이나] is a country in Eastern Europe. It borders Russia to the east, Belarus to the north, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary to the west, Romania and Moldova to the southwest, and the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south. The historic city of Kiev [수도] is the country's capital. From at least the 9th century, the territory of present-day Ukraine was a centre of medieval East Slavic civilization forming the state of Kievan Rus, and for the following several centuries the territory was divided among a number of regional powers. After a brief period of independence (1917–1921) following the Russian Revolution of 1917, Ukraine became one of the founding Soviet Republics in 1922. The Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic's territory was enlarged westward after the Second World War, and again in 1954 with the Crimea transfer. In 1945, Ukrainian SSR became one of the co-founder members of the United Nations. It became independent again after the Soviet Union's collapse in 1991 [Wikipedia]
While apparently their will not be Vodka on tap, come anyway and join KUCS [the KAIST Ukranian Community Society] in a celebration of their homeland.
Presenters: KUCS [the KAIST Ukranian Community Society]
Place: Mirae Hall, Taewoolgwan, KAIST [N13]
Date: Thursday 10th April 2008
Information: Andrii Omel 010-2265-0611