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Tuesday, 23 May 2006
Ulaanbaatar, /MONTSAME/. A portable library Home of Sukh has started traveling to districts of Ulaanbaatar with the financing from the International Children s Friendship Center of Japan. The mobile library will stay in each district for two weeks and it will travel to all districts. In the first shift, the library has launched its activity in Khan-Uul District. At present, 100 children have been free of charge provided with vitamin enriched dairy products and possibilities for reading books. A special team of doctors conducts medical examination with the purpose of involving the vulnerable children in the charitable activity on a wide range. The library will be functioned for two years. Salaries of doctors, librarians, and cooks of the library are supplied from the state budget.
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Akira KAMIMURA, lecturer, faculty of Mongolian studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies launched an innovative website on old Mongolian manuscripts maps in cooperation with the state archive of Mongolia. It contains 16 precious maps which are stored at the state archive for academic use. The oldest map was estimated being made in 1803-1805.

A remarkable feature of this web site is that you can find manuscripts written on those maps by an advanced search function. All content of the maps has been indexed and easily accessible with the advanced search function.


For instance, if you type, "erdeni"(transcription of Mongol bichig as "erdene"), you get 24 search results and it says "erdeni" is written on 4 different maps. Then, it indicates where the search words are found on the specific places of the maps. Also, you can add search conditions among 20 items.

KAMIMURA hopes this web site helps progress on study of Mongolian history and many other related disciplines. Not only for the academic use, it is also beautiful and interesting to appreciate.