‘Mongol Costumes’ company, modern fashion brand maker from Mongolian traditional dress is working to design and produce some garments to be displayed at the National History museum. Mongol Deel is an important component of Eastern culture like Japanese kimono, Indian sari or Korean hanbok. The company strives to make Mongolian modern Deel a world brand.
A ceremony was held on February 6 at the National Park of Ulaanbaatar to hand over three cars as contribution to solving the transport problem for preservation of Great Gobi Six – wild camels, Przewalski’s horses, wild asses, black tailed gazelles and Saiga antelopes.
Mongolia now has a steel ball manufacturing plant opened at Darkhan Metallurgical Plant. The plant, which operates with the world leading technology, is fully automated and eco-friendly.
Today is marking the 124th birthday of General D.Sukhbaatar, the leader of that historic revolution and founder of Mongolia’s first political force- the Mongolian People’s Party. Every year, as a tradition, Mongolians reminisces the great leader and lay wreaths on his Statue at the central square named after him.
An exhibition named ‘Wonders of Art of Embroidery’ hosted by the Bogd Khaan Palace Museum unveiled accessories and clothes of Mongolia’s last King Jebtsundamba Khutuktu and Queen Dondogdulam including the king’s pouch.
Mongolia has started exporting a home-made calcium preparation named ‘Aduu’ (literal meaning: horse) to the Republic of Korea and Japan. This is a brainchild of chemist D.Demberelnyambuu and product of ‘Monchemo’ LLC.
On Monday, Mr Suresh Babu, Ambassador of the Republic of India to Mongolia visited MONTSAME News Agency and met with Ms B.Ganchimeg, Director General of the agency.
Museum of Ulaanbaatar, established in 1956, shows history and development of the capital city Ulaanbaatar. The museum has three halls, where exhibits are demonstrated, according to historic development periods of Ulaanbaatar. It has over 3300 collections, however only one third of them are on display for visitors.
Over 70 million-year-old dinosaur fossils returned to Mongolia in the spring of 2013, after the President of Mongolia took actions on the alleged report that the Tyrannosaurus Bataar fossils that had been found in Mongolia were to be sold for USD 1.085 million at an auction in the US.
An Inner Mongolian scholar is awarded a highest prize of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences. The “Khubilai Khaan” golden medal is presented to Professor B.Gerelt in recognition of his contribution to the development of medical sector of Mongolia.