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Canadian comedian Brian Aylward to perform in Ulaanbaatar

Brian Aylward, who is one of Canada’s foremost standup comedians, will be performing at the Sant-Asar Centre in Ulaanbaatar on February 15th following an invitation from the ‘UB Comedy Club’.

Mount Pearl native Brian Aylward has been named Best Standup Comic

Five arrested after cannabis discovered

Ulaanbaatar traffic police on duty at the Bayanchadmani control post have arrested five young men after discovering cannabis in their ‘Toyoto Spacio’. According to police information, the five are aged between 18 and 20, and all live in the Mongolian

Mongolia can export 120-200 tonnes meat to China

As a part of the Second Mongolia-China Expo-2017 currently being held in Hohhot. capital of Inner Mongolia, a conference on agricultural production, processing and cooperation. P.Sergelen, acting Minister of Food, Agriculture and Light Industries spoke at the event.

Top Mongolian model delays Singaporean “Looque’ agreement

Mongolian model B.Tserendolgor has delayed signing an agreement with the exclusive Singaporean “Looque’ agency for a year. B.Tserendolgor explained that she needs to graduate in dentistry at the Ach University of Medical Sciences before beginning her modeling career.

US-Mongolian nursing and bio-medical equipment exchange

The second iteration of the United States Regional Health Command-Pacific’s medical logistics and nursing subject matter expert exchange (SMEE) took place at the Military Medical Center of Mongolia, in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia last week.

Mongolia’s journey towards renewable energy

Mongolia’s journey towards renewables started in 2009 with the first commercial windfarm project. With a capacity of 50 MW, the Salkhit wind farm near the capital, Ulaanbaatar, was constructed with financing of USD 47.5 million from the European Bank of Regional Development (EBRD), an amount matched by FMO, the Dutch development bank.

Mongolian team wins 30 medals at Ashgabat 2017

The 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) were held in Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan. Athletes from 65 delegations showcased their skills in 21 sports. Mongolian athletes took five golds, 15 silvers and 10 bronzes from the games.