The beauty, named Bayartsetseg Altangerel has been chosen to represent her country at the Miss World 2016. This year’s Miss World contest will take place in Washington D.C., the USA, between 29th of November and 18th of December.
Art and Culture
Academician D.Batsuren acknowledged as Best Scholar
A decision was made at a regular cabinet meeting to award Academician D.Batsuren the Natural and Social Sciences Award for his thesis themed “Unique principle of Synthesis
Mongolian artists make tour in Japan
Artists from the Morin Khuur ensemble and “BilguunUndarga” folklore band promoted the Mongolian national folklore arts in 18 cities of Japan.
Mongolian junior weightlifter won a gold medal
M.Ankhtsetseg, an International master of sports grabbed a gold medal in the women’s category of 75 kg at the 2016 Asian Youth & Junior Weightlifting Championships which was held from from 8th to 16th of November in the Otaku City Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan.
Young Mongolian mental athletes continuing to show brilliant success
By memorizing 486 numbers in the short term, grandmaster S.Tsogbadrakh has set a new world record winning a gold medal in the category of flash numbers.
Young Mongolian mental athletes showing success in World Mental Olympics 2016.
14 athletes from the Mongolian Intellectual Academy are competing at the LAS VEGAS MEMORIAD World Mental Olympics 2016. Out of them the International Master of Mental sports T.Enkhjin won a bronze medal in the category of speed cards.
Mongolian Ambassador awarded Order “Madarski Konnik”
The Ambassador of Mongolia L.Dugerjav was awarded the “Madarski Konnik”, the high state order of the Republic of Bulgaria. He was awarded the order in recognition of his contributions to the strengthening of Bulgaria-Mongolia relations.
Gongorjav Gombojav, a senior journalist and cultural heritage researcher has staged an exhibition named “Stone patterns” at the Mongolian National Museum.
The distinctive feature of Mongolian traditional wedding ring is in its unique design and symbolism. Traditionally, the groom’s ring is called “Khaan buguivch” and bride’s one - “Khatan suikh”.
All wrestlers representing Mongolia secured medals
Five Mongolian wrestlers from the Arslan (Lion) and the Hilchin (Border Guard) sports clubs competed in the Russian National Freestyle Wrestling Championships, held in Khabarovsk. They have won three gold and two silver medals.