Kyrgyzstan is a land of unsurpassed natural beauty. Kyrgyz, which is closely related to Kazakh, is useful to people who want to go into government service, the non-profit sector, or even education.
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Kyrgyz belongs to the Turkic language family and one of the two official languages of Kyrgyzstan, the other being Russian. Since Kyrgyzstan became independent in 1991 when the Soviet Union collapsed, the importance of Kyrgyz increased in state affairs. In the 2023 census, 7.3 million people are reported as the native speaker.
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Kyrgyz is spoken by inhabitants of Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, XUAR of China (Kyrgyz people are one of the 55 officially recognized ethnical minority group, along with Uyghurs, Kazakhs,Uzbeks and etc.), and some area in Russia.
Due to old Soviet policy, Cyrillic alphabet became the most common alphabet for writing Kyrgyz and has remained so to this day, though some Kyrgyz still use the Arabic alphabet, particularly in the People's Republic of China.
Artux City("Atushi Shi" in Chinese, "ئاتۇش شەھىرى" in Uyghur) is the seat of Kizilsu Kyrgyz Autonomous Prefecture under XUAR of China,
In Arabic alphabets, it is written as "ارتىش شاارى"
But in Cyrillic alphabets, it is as" Артыш шаары"
Introductory Kyrgyz is offer in Language Workshop 2023.