From the students of the Kazakhstan International School, Kazakhstan we have received a wonderfully creative selection of drawings and pictures. Well done and a big thank you to each and everyone.
This first design has been drawn by Song Yeona Grade 2
Song says: We all wish for peace because it brings happiness to the children all over the world.
The second design has been created by Amanda Krukziener in Grade 6.
Amanda says: We all wish for peace because it is impossible to live in war.
I was thinking that this picture could make someone kind.
This next design is from Nukpi Assyl Grade 6.
Nukpi says: We all wish for peace because without peace war would never end.
The fourth design has been done by Gunaseelan Isaac Grade 6.
Gunaseelan says: We all wish for peace because we don’t want war.
This next design has been drawn by Abu-Laban Narmin Grade 2.
Abu-Laban says: We all wish for peace because we are friendly kids and we want to play together.
Sendilkumar Satveer Grade 2 has nicely drawn this picture.
Sendilkumar says: We all wish for peace to have a better life.
This design has been done by Yakushina Tatyana Grade 7.
We all wish for peace because it gives us hope for the future by Yakushina.
Xiao Daweivic Venya Grade 2 has brought this design together.
Xiao Daweivic says: We all wish for peace because it’s our life.
This artistic design has been created by Mamedaliyeva Zhanel Grade 7.
We all wish for peace because a peaceful environment motivates us for growing by Mamedaliyeva.
A colourful picture done by Azhibayeva Anel Grade 6.
Azhibayeva says: We all wish for peace because we want the whole world to be better.
This art work has been drawn by Song Yeona Grade 2.
Song says: We all wish for peace because it helps to make friends from other countries.
Last but not least we have this heartfelt design by Mamedaliyeva Zhanel.
Mamedaliyeva says: We all wish for peace because the world is as vulnerable as the heart.
Special thanks to Tanya Yakushina, Art Teacher in this school for coordinating the project. Tanya wrote: “We are very glad to join your wonderful project. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in the creation of peace in the world.”
What a fantastic contribution to peace by all involved. Thank you all!
The pattern on the flag represents the artistic and cultural traditions of the old Khanate and Kazakh people. The light blue symbolizes the various Turkic peoples who make up today’s population of the country – including the Tatars, Mongols, Uyghurs and others. The blue has a religious significance, representing the Sky God to many of these people. A modern interpretation states the blue background stands for Kazakhstan’s broad skies, and for freedom. The steppe eagle and the sun represent freedom and the flight toward greater heights and fulfillment of aspiration.