Snova Dvoe is a comedy group which promotes kindness and positive mindset through video sketches. The team consists of seven AUCA students, including a Access Microscholarship alumnus, an Embassy-supported I Love English Video Contest winner, and participant of the Embassy-supported Hip Hop Festival 2015. The group achieved significant popularity within two months after its creation in May 2016; their Instagram page has now over 69,000 followers. The sketches showcase regular, everyday moments that can happen at university, work, or in the family with irony and humor. The team does not usually touch political, sexual, or religious themes and does not promote alcohol and cigarettes. The project shows a positive example of youth activism and digital entrepreneurship in Kyrgyzstan. The team makes educational videos (teaching Kyrgyz language) and public service announcements (for example, a short video encouraging locals to give those who grew up as orphans a chance -- supported by Rotary International). They have already presented at Central European University in Budapest and are interested in sharing their experience with other universities on producing content for students using limited resources. They are starting to work on paid advertising projects for companies in the Kyrgyz Republic, such as the telecom company Beeline.