Whilst Landscape10: Teaching and Learning in situ circa 2005 offers readers a glimpse of what it was like at Delgeruun Choira (DC) in the Dundgovi at the commencement of reconstruction, this post shares with you what is here now a decade and a half later in terms of locally-led and auspiced Mongolian Gelugpa cultural revitalisation. Just a few photographs taken yesterday during Nadam 2019. So many Mongolian people in Mongolia have contributed to this outcome. More to follow in other posts.
This article Landscape 10: Teaching and Learning in situ 2019 was researched and written by Catherine Pleteshner.
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