The guest of this program Jan Gallo Isteifo was one of the pioneers who spread the Eastern Assyrian folklore dances among Western Assyrians in Qamishli in the beginning of the 1970’s. He, together with Lahdo Malke among others, taught dances like Shekhane, Beriyo, Khegga Yaqura, Baso, Azya-tamma, Bagiye and other dances that are integral parts among Western Assyrian parties and weddings today. Beside teaching dances, Jan also played the music instruments jumbush and oud in the parties and the weddings. The Assyrian folklore was experiencing a revolutionary rebirth thanks to the Assyrian Democratic Organization. The mission was ultimately to spread the Assyrian culture among people, who before danced and listened to Kurdish and Arabic. This program, which is led by Sardanapal Asaad, aims to document the cultural activities in the 1970’s when the Assyrian culture was flourishing among the youth in Qamishli.