Preference for Physical Copies Among Readers
A sample survey was conducted among a total of 1500 individuals during the National Book Festival with the aim of gathering information and insights regarding their reading habits and preferences.
Terunofuji Gan-Erdene Captures His 8th Emperor’s Cup
Lone Yokozuna Terunofuji rounded off the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament with a 14-1 record on Sunday by defeating ozeki Takakeisho in the final bout of the 15-day meet.
Glorious! Powerlifter Orgilbold Crowned World Champion for Second Time
On May 20-28, Sun City, South Africa, became the stage for the IPF World Classic & Equipped Bench Press Championships, where Mongolian powerlifters displayed their prowess and awe-inspiring strength. Led by coach Kh. Enkhbold, 28 athletes from Mongolia showcased their strength and determination in this prestigious event.
Final Results of APhO-2023 Summed Up
Under the auspices of the President of Mongolia, the 23rd Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO) successfully took place in Ulaanbaatar on May 22-28.
World Leaders in Liver Transplantation Meeting in Ulaanbaatar
The International Living Donor Liver Transplantation Society, the State First Central Clinic, and the National Cancer Center are co-organizing an international scientific theoretical conference "iLDLT Colloquium 2023 in Ulaanbaatar."
The 33rd National Book Festival Kicks off
The 33rd National Book Festival, organized by the "Nomiin Soyolt Yertonts" (Book Cultured World) NGO under the auspices of the Chairman of the State Great Khural kicked off today at the Sukhbaatar Square.
Next Generation of Mongolia Learns to Live and Work in Eco-Friendly Environment
Within the framework of the "Education for Sustainable Development" (ESD-II) Project implemented by the Swiss Cooperation Office and Consular Agency in Mongolia, the "Joint Initiative and Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development-2023" National Forum was held yesterday at the "Corporate Convention" center.
Over MNT 1 Billion for Financing 34 Green Projects
The Mongolian Billion Tree Fund, established by the Mongolian Bankers Association in collaboration with Mongolian commercial banks and the Bank of Mongolia, will finance 34 projects with MNT 1.3 billion this year.
Impacts of Changing Climate on Mongolia’s Nomadic Herder
Mongolia has experienced a 2.1-degree Celsius increase in average air temperatures over the past 70 years, making it one of the countries most affected by climate change. This changing climate has had adverse effects on vital sectors such as agriculture, particularly animal husbandry, as well as the natural ecosystem requiring urgent and timely actions. As of 2021, the assessment of desertification and land degradation in Mongolia reveals that 77% of the land is degraded due to overgrazing and climate change.
"Day of Mongolia" Event for the First Time during the Cannes Film Festival
Cannes, the most glamorous film festival on the calendar, returns once again for its 76th edition. During the Festival, the "Day of Mongolia" event took place successfully for the first time, attracting renowned filmmakers and artists around the globe.
International Day for Biological Diversity
The International Day for Biological Diversity has been celebrated throughout the world since the adoption of the Convention on Biological Diversity on May 22, 1992.
Mongolian Language and Traditional Culture Day in Switzerland
Embassy of Mongolia in Switzerland and Swiss Mongolian Community Jointly Organize 'Mongolian Language and Traditional Culture Day' to Foster Cultural Exchange.
Resounding Success of Tenger Ayalguu on International Stage
The Osaka International Chamber Music Competition and Festa 2023 took place on May 12-18, and 89 ensembles hailing from 30 countries, including USA, France, Germany, Austria, England, Switzerland, Japan, Russia, Moldova, and Netherlands, vied for the top honors.
Eastern Aimags Devastated by Snowstorm and Strong Gales: Government Mobilizes Aid Efforts
A snowstorm and strong gales struck the eastern aimags on May 19, with wind speeds ranging from 18-20 m/s. In particular, Khentii and Sukhbaatar aimags witnessed even higher winds, reaching peaks of approximately 28-30 m/s. This severe weather event led to a natural disaster in the affected areas.
National Book Festival on May 26-28 at Sukhbaatar Square
In accordance with the Decree No. 158 of the President of Mongolia of 2012 "On Celebration of Book Holidays" and the Law on Publicly Celebrated Holidays and Memorial Days, "National Script, Culture and Book Days" are celebrated throughout the country on Saturdays and Sundays of the third week of May and September of each year.
Mongolia Hosts 23rd Asian Physics Olympiad with 29 Teams from 27 Countries
Under the auspices of the President of Mongolia, the 23rd Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO) commenced in Ulaanbaatar as a significant event held under the framework of the "Years to Visit Mongolia" initiative.
Auto Traffic Restriction
In connection with the state visit of the President of the Republic of France Emmanuel Macron to Mongolia on May 21-22, auto road traffic will be temporarily restricted in some areas of Ulaanbaatar city.
Mongolia to Host XXIII Asian Physics Olympiad
Mongolia is set to host XXIII Asian Physics Olympiad in Ulaanbaatar from the 21st to the 29th of May, under the esteemed auspices of the President of Mongolia.
State Decorations Awarded
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Mongolia's energy sector, President of Mongolia Ukhnaagiin Khurelsukh issued a Decree and awarded State Decorations to outstanding figures of the energy sector who dedicated many years of their lives to their respective fields and made a valuable contribution to the development of the country.
WB Education Global Practice in Mongolia
Director of the Education Global Practice at the World Bank Group Jaime Saavedra and the World Bank education experts met today with Head of the General Department of Education T. Nyam-Ochir and experts of the sector of the National Institute of Education.