World Bank Suggests Spending controls to Contain Rising Deficit to Mongolia

 A new World Bank Economic Brief suggests the need for measures to moderate the rapid rise in government spending. The country’s budget deficit is widening rapidly due to a large revenue shortfall and rising expenditures. The Mongolia Economic Brief released today said the country’s budget deficit in the first three months reached two-thirds of the annual deficit target. Bud...

Wonders of Mongolian dinosaurs -exhibition to open

Mongolia leads the world with its fossil findings and the paleontological study results. For example scholars and scientists at the Paleontology Center of Mongolia's Academy of Sciences has staged two large dinosaur exhibitions and presented them at 70 cities of 20 countries. The guests at the opening ceremony will also watch a "Mongolian Dinosaurs" docimentary, and a drawing c...

Wild Horses of Mongolia with Julia Roberts 1/5

In autumn of 1999 Julia Roberts came to live among the nomads of Mongolia and discovers their special relationship with the wild horse. Mongolia is home to the only true wild horses known to still exist. Julia Roberts, who shares a passion for horses with the Mongolian people, went there to sample life as a nomad on the steppes of central Asia and

Asian young businessman to gather here

A meeting of Asian young businessmen will take place this May 20 in Ulaanbaatar. It will be held in frames of the XIII Asian Youth Council General Assembly that will be co-organized by the government of Mongolia, Mongolian Youth Federation and Asian Youth Council. In Ulaanbaatar on May 18-21, the Assembly will bring together representatives of civil society, public authorities, of industry, ...

Vice Speaker meets Korean delegation

A Vice Speaker of parliament M.Enkhbold met Thursday a visiting delegation headed by Mr Cho Tae-yul, the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea. The latter thanked the Vice Speaker for the audience and underlined that this meeting has a great importance in expanding of the bilateral relations and cooperation. In response, the Vice Speaker said he is glad about the first...

Hakuho Davaajargal wins 34th Emperor’s Cup

​ Davaajargal, who drained himself ragged in an all-out battle against rival Yokozuna Harumafuji (10-5) in the finale to stave off a playoff against giant-killer "Terunofuji" Mongolian G.Gan-Erdene, claimed his sixth consecutive Emperor’s Cup with a 14-1 mark to make him only the second man after Taiho to accomplish the feat twice.  "This was a befitting tournam...

USA Embassy presents "Harmony of Flute and Harp" concert

The U.S. Embassy in Ulaanbaatar has published that “The Harmony of Flute and Harp Concert” concert will be given this March 19 at 7 pm in cooperation with the Mongolian State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet (MSATOB). Internationally acclaimed American flutist Jeffrey Cohan and harpist from Austria Tina Zerdin will be making their debut concert together collaborating with fel...

President and Chancellor of Germany hold press briefing

Ms Merkel had learned that one percent of the Mongolian population speaks German language, Mr Merkel noted, "this is an excellent bridge for our bilateral relations". "I am pleased to welcome Mongolia as the Official Partner-Country for ITB-2015, and its President Mr Elbegdorj--to open the ITB", she said. In 2011, Germany and Mongolia concluded an Agreement of Bilateral Coo...

Hakuho M.Davaajargal leads march of new Mongolian warriors

​ A State Honored Sportsman of Mongolia and professional sumo wrestler Yokozuna “Hakuho” M.Davaajargal won the Emperor’s Cup at the final day of the Hatsu basho concluded on Sunday. He turned, tossed the granules high into the air and made his way back towards the center of the dohyo (ring), slapping his thighs and pumping himself up as he completed a centuries-old pre-b...

"The History of Chinese Culture" book presented

Mongolian scholars of Chinese studies have welcomed their first book in Mongolian which compiled the 5,000 years history of Chinese culture, and provided very clear and simple explanations. The opening ceremony ran Wednesday at the Mongolian-Chinese cultural center of Ulaanbaatar. The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of China to Mongolia Mr Wang Xiaolong arrived to extend his gra...

World Snow Day in Mongolia

​ Welcome to the first World Snow Day in Mongolia! Mongolia will take part in the World Snow Day (WSD) festival that will run  January 18 throughout the world. This Day will be organized together with 38 countries such as China and Armenia. Mongolia intends to arrange a two-day event including ski training for children and a ski race. The WSD is the second phase of the &q...

Mongolian Cinema Arrives at Hibbleton Gallery Mondays in January

Ask any film buff to name five directors from France or America, and they could come up with ten directors easy. But if you were to ask them to name two directors from Mongolia, well, its likely they'd answer with Genghis Khan, then laugh. Tell that to Steve Elkins, who curates the monthly film series at Hibbleton Gallery; this month, his worldly cinematic reach extends to the country to ex...

Chingis Khaan’s Square celebrated New Year

The administration of Ulaanbaatar city organized the "Silver night of Ulaanbaatar" New year show on December 31 on the Square of Chingis Khaan. The show, which continued up to the first hour of the 2015, attracted many pop groups, singers and musicians such as B.Chinbat, S.Saran and D.Bold. On the moment of the New Year coming, the Mayor of Ulaanbaatar Mr E.Bat-Uul greeted t...

Trapped Abroad leads list of highest-grossing films

Authority for Fair Competition and Customer’s Rights has issued a list of highest-grossing films of 2014. Among such 39 screened, a "Trapped Abroad" has topped the list, having made income of MNT 433 million. This film is about an officer of the Authority for Foreign Nationals who goes to China in order to solve a dispute with a criminal group that transfers illegal Chine...

Dinosaur eggs center of controversy

An oviraptor specimen at the American Museum of Natural History in New York shows the wings of the birdlike dinosaur and its clutch of eggs to the right. Oviraptor fossils have been found only in Mongolia, which is cracking down on fossil exports.   Resource: http://www.abqjournal.com/517305/news/dinosaur-eggs-from-mongolia-at-center-of-investigation.html A New Mexico bus...