Buildings with non-flammable, waterproof and fiber-alike sound and heat resistant ‘magical’ walls have become ubiquitous in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. It’s because Mongolians have been extracting stone wool from basalt stones comprised of magmatic crusts of a volcano and manufacturing building materials from it.
With the upcoming Chinese Lunar year (New Year) celebration from 27th to 29th of this month, Embassy of the People’s Republic of China and Chinese cultural center held a series of events in Ulaanbaatar last week.
‘Unimat Education’ company has opened youth inventors training center, which aims to prepare future engineers from their childhood, creating appropriate environment for development of their technical understanding and thinking.
A large-sized tomb with wall paintings dating back to Yuan Dynasty has been discovered in a mountain next to Heng Shan village of Shangsi county of China.
On January 12-13, an academic conference designated to introduce the outcome of work done by archaeological expeditions in Mongolia was held at Mongolian University of Science and Technology. The conference has gathered more than 160 archaeologists who have enriched the existing list of Mongolian archaeological treasures with their fresh finds in 2016.
Even though it has been only 5 years since the MR leather bags brand of the Mongolian “SRB” was founded, its products have been already popular among the consumers from Mongolia, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.
An honorary meeting dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the democratic Constitution of Mongolia was held at the Great Hall of the State House of Mongolia on January 13.
National forum against corruption took place in State Palace on Tuesday in connection with the 10th anniversary of Independent Authority Against Corruption (IAAC).
The State Honored Sportswoman, mountain climber Ms Gangaamaa Badamgarav became one of the 416 Seven Summiteers from around the world.
With her latest successful climb at Mount Vinson Massif, the highest peak of Antarctica, she became the first Mongolian Seven Summiteer.
The Seven Summits are the highest peaks in seven continents.
In 2010, Ms Gangaamaa reached the peak of the Mount Elbrus (5642m) in Russia, the highest peak in Europe.