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‘A crime against culture’: Mongolian capital Ulan Bator set to demolish Soviet-era buildings – activists fight to save them and scent corruption

Travel guides for Mongolia may soon need an overhaul. As the Mongolian parliament makes hasty plans to demolish many of the capital city’s historic buildings, Ulan Bator residents organise protests to preserve their cultural heritage.

18 Oct 2019 - 11:25AM

Travel guides for Mongolia may soon need an overhaul. As the Mongolian parliament makes hasty plans to demolish many of the capital city’s historic buildings, Ulan Bator residents organise protests to preserve their cultural heritage.

‘A crime against culture’: Mongolian capital Ulan Bator set to demolish Soviet-era buildings – activists fight to save them and scent corruption
Organic skincare label uses Mongolia’s natural bounty – sheep tail fat, yak milk and berries from the steppes

The Lhamour organic skincare company makes the most of natural ingredients abundant in Mongolia; founder Khulan Davaadorj believes passionately in sustainability and was named her country’s entrepreneur of the year.

27 Jan 2019 - 7:45PM

The Lhamour organic skincare company makes the most of natural ingredients abundant in Mongolia; founder Khulan Davaadorj believes passionately in sustainability and was named her country’s entrepreneur of the year.

Organic skincare label uses Mongolia’s natural bounty – sheep tail fat, yak milk and berries from the steppes
Opinion | Mongolia’s PM has kept his job, but the country is reeling from fraud and political turmoil
  • PM Ukhnaagiin Khurelsukh has survived a vote of no confidence, but in doing so may be compromised among his party and opposition interests – as the fallout from a scandal involving a national SME fund continues to spread
6 Dec 2018 - 1:25PM
  • PM Ukhnaagiin Khurelsukh has survived a vote of no confidence, but in doing so may be compromised among his party and opposition interests – as the fallout from a scandal involving a national SME fund continues to spread
Mongolia’s PM has kept his job, but the country is reeling from fraud and political turmoil