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MP Ts.Oyungerel highlights changes needed in public attitude for increasing women’s political leadership


Trans. by B.DULGUUN   The National Forum on Women’s Participation at Decision-Making Level, which took place at the Central Cultural Palace last Monday, covered important topics related to women’s political leadership and participation, gender equality in politics, and roles of female MPs in the society. The forum was co-organized by the Women’s Caucus in Parliament, [...]

April 11th, 2016 | Posted in Prime Interview | Read More »

Roberto Salvalaio: Conducting the state morin khuur ensemble was my dream

Trans. by B.DULGUUN   This particular foreign music conductor has a long history with Mongolian artists and the Mongolian State Academic Theater of Opera and Dance (SATOD). The public has heard his name so many times in the last six years that they even wonder he might have Mongolian ancestry. He has collaborated with some [...]

April 8th, 2016 | Posted in Prime Interview | Read More »

Young Mongolian sumo reveals ambition and goal


Trans. by B.DULGUUN Kyokushuho T.Erdenebaatar has continuously performed well in the top division of Japanese professional sumo since his debut in 2008. The young sumo wrestler, born in 1988, has previously won juryo and jonidan division tournaments and advanced to the top division in 2012. He is a little bigger than average sumo wrestlers, with [...]

April 6th, 2016 | Posted in Prime Interview | Read More »

MP S.Demberel evaluates economic development solutions

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Trans. by B.DULGUUN   Business and government leaders covered pressing economic issues at the annual Mongolian Economic Forum (MEF) last week and created a common ground for accelerating the development in the country. The following is an interview with Member of Parliament and head of Civil Will Green Party S.Demberel about some discussions and ideas [...]

April 4th, 2016 | Posted in Prime Interview | Read More »

Dr. N.Soninkhishig reveals fascinating facts about rivers and lakes and the organisms that inhabit them

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Trans. by B.DULGUUN Dr. N.Soninkhishig, associate professor at the Biology Faculty of the National University of Mongolia, spoke extensively about water pollution and algae, particularly diatoms, in the following interview. Diatoms are a large group of microscopic algae with distinctive and transparent cell walls made of silicon dioxide hydrated by a small amount of water. [...]

April 1st, 2016 | Posted in Prime Interview | Read More »

YPO Mongolia NGO recommends setting boundaries for government involvement in businesses

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Trans. by B.DULGUUN   The following is an interview with chairman of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) Mongolia NGO and member of the organizing committee of the Mongolia Economic Forum Ts.Erdenebat about the upcoming Mongolia Economic Forum 2016, the business environment in Mongolia, and other important topics. The Mongolia Economic Forum 2016 will be taking [...]

March 30th, 2016 | Posted in Prime Interview | Read More »

T.Batchimeg: People have thousands of reasons to give up but a single road forward


Trans. by B.DULGUUN FIDE (Federation Internationale des Echecs) Woman Grandmaster (WGM) and International Master (IM) T.Batchimeg received the title State Honored Athlete last Wednesday, becoming the fifth Mongolian chess player to receive this title.  T.Batchimeg made an early debut in the chess world as she was born into a family of multi-generation of professional chess [...]

March 28th, 2016 | Posted in Prime Interview | Read More »

Uizenmaa: I challenge myself all the time to find my own way


By HELEN Wright   B.Uizenmaa, known as Uisenma Borchu, is a Mongolian film director living, studying and working in Munich, Germany. Her debut feature film, which she also acted in, “Don’t Look At Me That Way” (“Schau Mich Nicht So An” in Germany) won the Most Promising Talent Award at the Osaka Asian Film Festival [...]

March 23rd, 2016 | Posted in Prime Interview | Read More »

Mongolian female peacekeeper shares her experience in South Sudan and West Sahara


Trans. by B.DULGUUN Lieutenant Colonel T.Munkh-Orgil is tearing down walls and prejudices for women in the military sector. She went to Western Sahara as a military observer in 2008, to South Sudan as a food supply officer in 2012, and went to South Sudan again as a fuel officer in 2015. After returning in 2015, [...]

March 23rd, 2016 | Posted in Prime Interview | Read More »

Mongolian National Circus hopes to attract young people with brand new performances


Trans. by B.DULGUUN   In just six months, Mongolian circus troupes have demonstrated their outstanding skills and talent by winning two silver medals and three golden cups from international circus festivals, including the World Festival of Circus Art IDOL-2015, International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo and Figueres International Circus Festival. “Five Cup Performances”, a special show, [...]

March 21st, 2016 | Posted in Prime Interview | Read More »

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