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Reality of society through Khartsaga’s lens

By E.OYUNDARI

E.Khartsaga, a photographer for the UB Post and Unuudur, was presented the Honorary Medal of Labor last week for his creative work, years of effort, and great contributions to the Mongolian media industry. The medal was granted by presidential decree.
E.Khartsaga joined Unuudur in 2001 as a photo journalist, and has since taken sensational photographs that reflect society and daily life in Mongolia, and riveting photographs that have shaken up public opinion.
He has received awards from 16 international and national photography competitions, eight being top honors. E.Kharstaga has had several exhibitions of his best works, most notably a group exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the introduction of photography in Mongolia, and participation in group exhibitions in Guangzhou and Incheon.
The UB Post is privileged to feature some of his best award-winning work.

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