International Folk Art Festival in Chinggis Hot

Greetings everyone! Chinggis Hot in Hentii organised an International Folk Art Festival where many people could represent Mongolian culture, ethnic group culture or their own culture. I was invited for this occasion and I performed 3 songs, 2 on Morin Huur, and one on Morchang.For the little story, I actually had food poisoning in the …

Celebration of the Naadam 2017

Greetings everyone! I performed on Ulaanbaatar’s Main Square (Sukhbaatar Square) in front of the government palace for the Naadam celebration. After the performance a deel competition was organised. I happened to participate without really knowing what was going on at the time, and the funny thing is that I won the first prize – Most …

55 questions on Eagle TV

Greetings everyone! Eagle TV came to my home to ask me 55 questions. It is a little show that they make on a regular basis. It was very different from the usual interviews I had until now, so I really enjoyed it!It’s all in Mongolian language.

Mongol Bichig and Calligraphy Olympiad

Greetings everyone! Each year, my school Choi. Lubsangjab University of Language and Civilization organises a national competition to test students and teachers’ Mongol Bichig knowledge. I entered this competition in the high school students category and it was pretty difficult for me! The main assessed topics were Mongol Bichig grammar, transcription and calligraphy. I actually …

Striking a Chord Documentary On Aljazeera TV

Greetings everyone! I made an apparition in the Striking a Chord short documentary shot by Pearly Jacob, for Aljazeera TV. Here, she talks about the modern Morin Huur style, the orchestra, the western education, and the ancestral heritage as well as how those two periods are cohabiting together. Here is the little documentary

Mongolia Now on BTV Japan

Greetings everyone! Another interview for the Japanese TV this time. In this video you can actually see the writing of a calligraphy piece as well as the making of a stone seal. It can give you an idea of the process of doing those two crafts. It’s mostly in Mongolian with Japanese subtitles!