“Comic Con Baltics” continues to support the student initiative “ATSIbusk”

“Comic Con Baltics” continues to support the student initiative “ATSIbusk”

“Comic Con Baltics” activities are not limited to organizing the biggest pop culture event in the Baltic States, “Comic Con Baltics 2024 powered by Samsung Galaxy S24”. The event organizers actively contribute to the promotion of student initiatives, among which is the event “ATSIbusk” organized by students of the Faculty of Philosophy at Vilnius University.

“We notice that students are increasingly interested in popular culture and want to share it with others. Their initiative leads to more and more events at universities that bring together like-minded people and create a strong sense of community. We are pleased to support such events,” says Tomas Vievesis, one of the organizers of “Comic Con Baltics 2024 powered by Samsung Galaxy S24”.

Increased event visibility thanks to “Comic Con Baltics”

“ATSIbusk” is a student-organized event aimed at introducing the public to the culture of Asian countries. The project’s quality manager, Samanta Valiušaitytė, emphasizes that collaboration with the globally recognized event “Comic Con” distinguishes “ATSIbusk” from other student initiatives and shows that the project is noticed and valued.

“By collaborating with ‘Comic Con Baltics’, we not only show that we are noticed and deserving of attention, but together we can surprise and delight event participants, giving them the opportunity to participate in an even bigger and more impressive event. Last year, the ‘Comic Con Baltics’ logo in the sponsors list attracted the attention of many participants and encouraged them to visit the events organized by ‘ATSIbusk’,” says S. Valiušaitytė.

The event for those who want to explore Asia and the Middle East

The “ATSIbusk” event, where visitors will discover the charm of various East Asian cultures, will take place this year from April 24-26. The event will feature a variety of intriguing lectures, seminars, and workshops. Guests from the Taiwanese embassy will talk about the origins and traditions of bubble tea, while Sanskritologist Vytis Vidūnas will share insights about the deity Rama. Representatives from “JAPON Cafe” will lead origami workshops, and Wushu masters will demonstrate the principles of this martial art. During the event, participants will also have the opportunity to try ebru painting on water, learn to draw manga-style characters, get acquainted with ancient henna tattooing, and learn to write beautifully in Chinese characters. Additionally, there will be a chance to learn about the history of shamanism in Korea, its traditions, and rituals, and its influence on contemporary society.

The event is free.

More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1100502190968470