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09-03-17, 07:48
wahsington postta uyghur resturantlirini tunuxturuptu lekin egillirining hansuqe pinyin isimlirini yeziptu. meningqe issimlarni uyghurqe yeni esli buyunqe atash toghra. meningqe hata quxenmigen assasta toghra esimliringlarni atashni ugununglar.
" Yimamu Maimaiti , Patiguli Baikeli" dep atisa uyghurlardin hiqkim quxenmeydingan isim bolup kalidu.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/theyre-chinese-and-muslim-and-they-want-you-to-try-their-crossroads-cuisine/2017/03/03/906638bc-f91e-11e6-bf01-d47f8cf9b643_story.html?utm_term=.24aa9deefee4

https://img.washingtonpost.com/rf/image_1484w/2010-2019/WashingtonPost/2017/02/28/Others/Images/2017-02-28/PUyghurFoodQueenAmannisaFebruary272017_7508986.jpg ?uuid=je1d2v1_EeabeIJMyrlENQ
Yimamu Maimaiti and Patiguli Baikeli at Queen Amannisa in Crystal City: “Uyghur food is going to be the next big thing in the United States.” (Dixie D. Vereen/For The Washington Post)

Uyghur people are “really hospitable,” said Erkinay Abliz. So that’s why, when a recent visitor to her brother-in-law’s Cleveland Park restaurant, Dolan Uyghur, struggled to pull a piece of lamb off a nearly sword-length skewer, Abliz picked up her own kebab and bit the meat directly off the metal. “This is how we eat,” she said with a smile that put her visitor at ease.

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09-03-17, 21:00
Toghra isimlar toghra bolishi kirek. Mawu dolettiki bir Turkistan jemiyiti "UYGHU" dep yezilghan bir chong pilatkini namaish yighinlarda koturup yurginige nechche on yil boldi. Ular hem bezide "East Turkistan" yaki "Turkestan" digen pilatka bezide "Eastern Turkistan". Hetta ammiwi sorunlarda "UYGHUR"digen isimni toghra ishletmisek bu qandaq "qehrimanliq" boldi? Yaki ular qesten shundaq qilamdighandu. Ular tenqidi we toghra pikir qilghuchilarni dushmen hisaplap her hil usullar bilen "qisas" alghuchilar bolghachqa. Millet ismini toghra yezish tekliwi kop qetim birilsimu pisent qilmidi,


wahsington postta uyghur resturantlirini tunuxturuptu lekin egillirining hansuqe pinyin isimlirini yeziptu. meningqe issimlarni uyghurqe yeni esli buyunqe atash toghra. meningqe hata quxenmigen assasta toghra esimliringlarni atashni ugununglar.
" Yimamu Maimaiti , Patiguli Baikeli" dep atisa uyghurlardin hiqkim quxenmeydingan isim bolup kalidu.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/theyre-chinese-and-muslim-and-they-want-you-to-try-their-crossroads-cuisine/2017/03/03/906638bc-f91e-11e6-bf01-d47f8cf9b643_story.html?utm_term=.24aa9deefee4

https://img.washingtonpost.com/rf/image_1484w/2010-2019/WashingtonPost/2017/02/28/Others/Images/2017-02-28/PUyghurFoodQueenAmannisaFebruary272017_7508986.jpg ?uuid=je1d2v1_EeabeIJMyrlENQ
Yimamu Maimaiti and Patiguli Baikeli at Queen Amannisa in Crystal City: “Uyghur food is going to be the next big thing in the United States.” (Dixie D. Vereen/For The Washington Post)

Uyghur people are “really hospitable,” said Erkinay Abliz. So that’s why, when a recent visitor to her brother-in-law’s Cleveland Park restaurant, Dolan Uyghur, struggled to pull a piece of lamb off a nearly sword-length skewer, Abliz picked up her own kebab and bit the meat directly off the metal. “This is how we eat,” she said with a smile that put her visitor at ease.