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Thursday

2019/11/13

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Russian Film Week in Ulaanbaatar

Russian Film Week started with ‘Russian Renaissance’ on Wednesday at the Russian Centre for Science and Culture in Ulaanbaatar. A total of 11 Russian modern films, such as ‘The Bribe’ by Alexey Kharitonov, ‘Void’ by Darya Gratsevich and ‘Meat Grinder’

Mongolian ballerina to perform Giselle in South Korea

A joint ballerina team from Mongolia and South Korea will perform the ballet Giselle by composer Adolphe Adam in Seoul on 22-23 November. Mongolia’s B.Saruul will star in the title role.

A total of 24 ballerinas from the National Academic Theatre

Mongolia fulfilling its responsibility to UNESCO

A book entitled ‘Mongolian Ger and Cultural Heritage’ has been printed with financial assistance from the Ulaanbaatar City Administration to mark the occasion of the 380th anniversary of the founding of the capital city of Mongolia. The book provides masses

Mongolia’s biggest ger theatre

Mongolia’s biggest ger theatre has been opened at the Sky Resort. Located where Ulaanbaatar meets the countryside, the ger theatre is equal in height to a three-storey building. The structure has been constructed within five months.  The building has a

The Medicine Buddha premiers in Mongolia

A documentary film about the leader of the Buddhist faith in Mongolia, Khamba Lama Natsagdorj, entitled “The Medicine Buddha”, premiered earlier today (4 November) at Ulaanbaatar’s Gegeenten movie theatre.

Narrated by Sir Ben Kingsley (Schindler’s List, Gandhi) and written and directed

Chinggis Khaan exhibit immerses visitors in ancient Mongolia

A unique exhibition dedicated to Chinggis Khaan and the Mongolian Empire opened at KC Union Station, Kansas City, Missouri on 1 November.

The exhibit features ancient artifacts, live Mongolian performers, artwork and other historically significant items.

Visitors will experience life in 13th-century

The Travels of Marco Polo translated into Mongolian

‘The Travels of Marco Polo’ (version by Giovanni Battista Ramusio of 1559) has been translated into Mongolian. The work, known in Italian as ‘Il Milione’, containing a collection of travel manuscripts by the famous Venetian has been translated from the