Children’s Day celebrations hosted at Chinggis Square


Chinggis Square was transformed into a playground for the children of Ulaanbaatar on Children’s Day, June 1, offering entertainment shows and competitions to the city’s youngest residents.
At the start of the Central Children’s Day Festival, Ulaanbaatar City Mayor E.Bat-Uul said that the city administration tried its best to bring the best entertainment activities to the city’s children, as they do every year.
The square was decorated with the 12 signs of the lunar calendar, six mythical heroes from Mongolian fairytales, and several stations for competitions.
Apart from the central festival, all nine districts in the city organized their own celebrations.

Gifts given to 1,000 children living in special care

The Ulaanbaatar City Mayor’s Office, Agency for Children and Family Development, and Mongolian Children’s Palace (MCP) organized an event to present 1,000 children living in orphanages, care centers, and those with special needs with Children’s Day gifts on Tuesday.
From the 1,000 children, 700 were from 32 orphanages and care centers, 200 were children of the staff of the Ulaanbaatar Incorporated Public Service Authority, and 100 were physically challenged children.
Talented young members of the MCP performed at the event to entertain the children who received the gifts.

23 children named Top

Ulaanbaatar Deputy Mayor for Social Development Ts.Enkhtsengel honored 23 students who excelled in both national and international academic, arts, and sports competitions. They were presented Top Student awards on Friday.
Ulaanbaatar’s Olympiads winners are typically awarded the title every year. Olympiads take place in three stages. Top participants of school Olympiads qualify to compete in regional district Olympiads, and then move on to national competition in Ulaanbaatar.

Law enforcement kept busy on Children’s Day

On Children’s Day, parents and guardians of 98 children reported their children missing during events at Chinggis Square, National Amusement Park, and National Garden Park.
All police departments were well prepared for crowds and public assistance on June 1, and found and returned young children to their parents as soon as possible.
A total of 125 intoxicated adults were apprehended by police officers on Children’s Day and sent to sobering-up stations.

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