Category Archives: Diaspora

Guest Post: Connecting Mongols Between Mongolia and China Through Hip Hop

By Thalea Stokes The Project My time in Mongolia and China has been towards the aim of coming to a deeper understanding of Mongolian hip hop culture in both nations, and how those cultures interact, intertwine, and inform each other. … Continue reading

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Mongolian Presence in Germany

By Julian Dierkes I spent the past year on a research leave from the University of British Columbia in Berlin, Germany, at the Free University’s Graduate School of East Asian Studies. I found Mongolia to be much more visible in … Continue reading

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Dialogue on “Participation to Mongolian Development”

By Unurjargal Urjin and Bulgan Batdorj Participation to Mongolian Development workshop was organized on the Monday, April 20, 2017 at the Liu Institute for Global Issues by the BC Mongolian Student and Alumni Club. This is the second series of … Continue reading

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FM Baird to Visit Mongolia

According to Mongolian news sources ( 24 Tsag | infomongolia.com), Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird will be visiting Ulaanbaatar July 23-25. There’s no official Canadian announcement as of July 20, but let’s assume that this visit is really happening, after … Continue reading

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Exit Poll of Diaspora Voters

Mongolians living in Japan, Korean, the UK, and the US have organized an exit poll of voters living abroad. Continue reading

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First-Ever Diaspora Voting

This year, Mongolians living abroad were able to vote for the first time in parliamentary elections, though their participation was hampered by a number of logistic hurdles. Continue reading

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