This Week in Mongolia

2023-09-11 08:15:29

Ulaanbaatar, September 11, 2023 /MONTSAME/. Summary of this week's events:

September 11: Artists of the National Art Theatre will perform in Gyeryong, South Korea.


September 11:, At the Fine Arts Zanabazar Museum, artist O. Irmuun's solo exhibition of mixed-material paintings, light installation art, and the logical mind game SUDOKU, solving the puzzle with Mongolian numbers "FROM ONE TO NINE," will open at 15:00.


September 11-12: A meeting of Journalists of the Western Region will be held in Khovd aimag.


September 12: The President of Mongolia Khurelsukh Ukhnaa will leave to visit the Republic of Cuba.


September 12: At the National University of Mongolia, Dr. A. Ganchimeg, Director in charge of the Central Asian and Mongolian Studies Workshop of the Institute of Asian and African Studies of the Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany, will deliver a lecture "From Migration to Settlement: Changes in Herders’ Lives. 1940-1980s" at 16:00.


September 12: "Open Tuv Aimag" Project will launch in Tuv aimag.


September 12-13: "Organic Meat-Khuvsgul Expo-2023" Autumn Green Days event will be held in Murun.


September 12-16: Open Days to promote the defence sector will be organized in Arkhangai aimag by the initiative of the President of Mongolia.


September 13: The regular session of the Government will take place at the State Palace.


September 14: The Prime Minister of Mongolia L. Oyun-Erdene will work in Darkhan-Uul aimag.


September 14: Morin Khuur Ensemble of Mongolia will perform at the OPERA HOUSE, one of the Seven Wonders of the World in Sydney, Australia.


September 15: 13:30-17:30, the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Embassy of the Republic of Austria will jointly organize the Mongolian-Austrian Business Forum at the Shangri-La Hotel. Ten Austrian companies engaged in such sectors as milk and dairy products, meat processing, health, education, mining transport, digital technology, suspension transport and lighting will participate in the Forum.


September 15: The Institute of Linguistics of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences will organize an International Research Conference "Research of Local Dialects of the Mongolian Language" at the Teacher and Student Development Center of the National University of Mongolia.


September 15: The Press Institute of Mongolia will hold a training course for media management and journalists to provide knowledge and understanding of the court and its activities, and to specialize in court journalism.


September 15-17: The 34th National Book Festival will take place in the capital's central square.


September 16: Chinese author Yu Hua's meeting with Mongolian readers will be organized at the Central Cultural Center at 16:00.


Events to continue from the last week:


September 5-15: The exhibition “Our Dreams” dedicated to the 90th birthday anniversary of Amgalan Dagdan, the People’s Painter and Laureate of the State Prize of Mongolia, will continue in the exhibition hall of the Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery.


September 10-October 10: A special exhibition "History of the Republic of Korea, Jeju 4.3" will be displayed at the National Museum of Mongolia jointly by the State Commission on Rehabilitation and the "Jeju 4.3 Peace Foundation" of the Republic of Korea. The exhibition will last until October 10.





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