September 2011

Jack Weatherford in Cafe Amsterdam

Today -  Wednesday 28 September - writer, anthropologist and Mongolist professor Jack Weatherford will give a talk in Cafe Amsterdam. Upon special request he will reprise his talk about his latest book "The Secret History of the Mongol Queens" that was sold out last June

Jack Weatherford is best known for his book "Ghenghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World", the New York Times best seller of the year 2004. Jack Weatherford is considered as one of the best mongolists and anthropologists of modern times.

Why not outsource the government? Jargal de Facto, Views on Mongolia

Mongolia’s government recognizes its incapacity to accomplish its duties. So they started to hire foreign management in state-owned enterprises already. The question is, should Mongolia’s government continue in this approach or identify and remove the roots of the inaptitude?

For 14 million USD, our government invited a managing team from the London Stock Exchange as a replacement for the executives of Mongolia’s Stock Exchange with hope to awaken the national stock exchange from its long hibernation to raise to an international level.

International Art Exhibtion on Built Environments in Ulaanbaatar

Exhibition and its opening at Zanabazar Fine Arts Museum, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Opening October 3rd 3 to 5 pm
Exhibition open 4th to 11th October ( not 8th to9th) 10 am to 5 pm.


Dugarsuren Batzorig (MGL), Ganbat Enkhjargal (MGL)), Sedbazar Ganzug (MGL), Aletta de Jong (NL), Chris van Mulligen (NL), Christine Saalfeld (GER/NL), Karin Suter (CH/NL), Togmidshiirev Enkhbold (MGN), Oula Salokannel & Annu Wilenius  (FIN) 

The Yeti is alive, or at least discussed in Tashtagol

An International Scientific Conference on Hominology will be held in Tashtagol city, Kemerovo Oblast, Russian Federation from October 6 to October 9, 2011.Many local residents in Tashtagol regions believe that there are still many Yetis or Almas or Bigfoot exist and live around the regions of Tashtagol.
Once there was a case when the governor of Kemerovo region Aman Tuleev offered cash prize to whoever catches the Yeti.

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