About Us


The UB Post was first founded in 1996, and has since become Mongolia’s leading English-language news outlet. As part of the broader Mongol News group, the UB Post provides comprehensive coverage of social, economic and political developments in Mongolia and elsewhere.

We aim to provide the public with information which draws upon the broader Mongolian media market, bringing English language material to a global audience.

In our special editions, we cover  vital social and economic issues, drawing upon the knowledge of experts and the views of Mongolian citizens to develop a clear picture of contemporary Mongolian society.

We cover international news from a Mongolian perspective, one which celebrates Mongolia’s unique culture in a time of great potential and change. Online and in print, the UB Post presents comprehensive coverage of news events that will come to shape Mongolia’s future.


The UB Post Staff

Founder: Tserendorj Baldorj

Publisher and CEO: B. Nandintushig

Editor-in-Chief: G. Ulziisaikhan

Associate Editor: E. Oyundari

Designer: E. Baasannyam

The UB Post Production Team

Khash-Erdene Bayarsaikhan is a senior editor at the UB Post. He first joined the team in early 2012. He spent some years in London before returning to Mongolia. He studied Mining Engineering at the Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST) in Ulaanbaatar. His work speaks to politics, economics and business-related developments in Mongolia and elsewhere.

Michelle Borok joined the UB Post in January 2013. She is the outlet’s native English speaking editor and a contributing writer. She moved to Darkhan from Los Angeles in 2012, where she worked for an Asian American arts and culture magazine and curated art shows in galleries in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco. Her work has most recently been published in an anthology by expat women in Asia, an award winning international food, politics and culture digital magazine, journals, and numerous websites focused on culture, art, and film.

Tungalag Baatar is a senior journalist at the UB Post. She first joined the team in 2012. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and English technical translation from the University of Humanities in Ulaanbaatar. Her work speaks to developments in Mongolia’s vibrant art and culture scene, and interesting events taking place around the city.

Dulguun Bayarsaikhan is a translator-journalist at the UB Post. She first joined the team in January 2014. She is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Japanese Studies at the National University of Mongolia (NUM). She is especially interested in developments in Mongolia’s health and medical sector, and regularly translates extensive interviews with high-profile figures. She is a fluent Mongolian, English, Japanese and Korean speaker.

Khaliun Chimeddorj is a translator-journalist at the UB Post. She first joined the team in July 2014. She spent many years abroad in Warsaw, Poland, before returning to Mongolia in 2007, where she graduated as a human resources manager from a local management academy. She has a bachelor’s degree in English technical translation from the Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST) in Ulaanbaatar. She regularly translates articles on Mongolian economics and business. She is a fluent Mongolian, English, Russian and Polish speaker.



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