Malik Ladhani in Bishkek: Experiences in Central Asia

The helicopter slowly rose to what felt like only a few feet off the ground, and then all of a sudden jolted forward. Nadim and I let out simultaneous high-pitched shrieks.

We were on our way to Naryn, a small city hidden in the mountains of Kyrgyzstan. Naryn is also one of the three locations for the University of Central Asia’s (UCA’s) undergraduate campuses, to be opened in September 2016.

The campus backs onto the Naryn River and is located in a valley just outside the city.

The helicopter ride was about an hour, and we flew over hundreds of mountains and saw a few remote villages from above; it was truly breathtaking.

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About Malik Ladhani

From September 2014 to June 2015, I will be working as a Research Associate in the Academic Affairs unit of the University of Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic. I will be using this blog to share my experiences with friends and family back home in Canada.

Via Experiences in Central Asia – A blog about my experiences in Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic


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