Who speak Uzbek? Uzbek People who live in Uzbekstan, and other Central Asian Countries, including Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and etc.
How many native speakers? 34 million (5 million more than the population of Texas)
How many percentage of people in Uzbekstan are Uzbek people? 84.4%
How large is Uzbekstan? 448,978 km2 (5 times of the area of Indiana)
What is the flag of Uzbekstan and what does it mean?
The azure colour on the flag is a symbol of blue sky and clear water. Azure is also the colour of the Turkic peoples. White is the traditional Uzbek symbol of peace and good luck. Green is a symbol of nature, new life, and good harvest. The red fimbriation represent the power of life.
The image of the crescent moon is connected with Uzbek historical image (a symbol of the Uzbek traditional religion, Islam) as well as being a symbol of the birth of a new nation. The stars represent spirituality and divinity, as well as an allusion to Uzbek historical tradition and calendar. It is also a symbol of the pursuit of perfection and happiness of Uzbek people in their homeland. (From Wikipedia)
Does IU offer Uzbek courses? Yes. IU has Uzbek course in elementary, intermediate and advanced levels.