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The tenth episode of "A Closer Look" takes us to the world's most sparsely populated country, Mongolia. Oyungerel Tsedevdamba and Byambajargal Ayushjav talk about nomadic traditions and modernity, education, and the civil society landscape.
Oyungerel Tsedevdamba and Byambajargal Ayushjav talk about nomadic traditions, education, and the civil society landscape in Mongolia in the latest episode of A Closer Look, Asia Society Switzerland's series on different Asian countries.
Series by Asia Society Switzerland with the support of BDO and the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies of the University of Zurich, shedding light on different Asian countries through the eyes of leading local voices.
Byambabaatar Ichinkhorloo starts off by giving an in-depth understanding of the evolution and ongoing issues around mining in Mongolia. He is then joined by Beibei Gu, who focuses on environmental issues, China, and the BRI.
Once more we have asked our members, this year's speakers as well as our colleagues all over the world what they have been reading lately. Here is our list of book recommendations, a selection for the travelling the world through windows of time and space – page by page.