Laser Multimedia Show entertains Ulaanbaatar youth


On July 11, Ulaanbaatar’s young residents enjoyed one unforgettable evening at Sukhbaatar Square in front of Chinggis Khaan’s Statue, dancing to the music of famous DJs. The New Government for Changes organized the multimedia show under the motto “The Great Nation Rises”. Prime Minister N.Altankhuyag officiated the event and said, “To create a pleasant and entertaining time for our youth during the Naadam Festival, MP Ch.Saikhanbileg has initiated this show this year. The government financed this work and we call on our youth to enjoy this night to the fullest.”
Speaker of the Parliament, Z.Enkhbold, Ulaanbaatar City Mayor, E.Bat-Uul, Chairman of the Cabinet Secretariat, Ch.Saikhanbileg, also attended the opening of the show and shared their thoughts with attendees.
Since the government made the State Government Palace open to the public, citizens have begun to feel free around it and the show was one way to create more accessibility.
For this evening, the front of the government palace became a laser light show arena, as local and foreign DJs completed the night’s fabulous atmosphere.
Talented DJs, fantastic rhythms and new images set the show that evening, and Chinggis Khaan’s Statue lit up with the laser show’s effects. Chinggis Khaan even spoke a few, yet significant words for his descendants which was the climax of the show. The visitors were in awe of the show and went home satisfied and full of Mongolian pride.
The Government Press and Public Communication Division reported that the youth fully enjoyed the show, as they are still uploading videos of it online and were sharing grateful words for such an enjoyable night.

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