Mongolia, the “Nation on the Back of Horses”, was once the largest contiguous land empire in the world’s history. Many have made movies and written publications illustrating Genghis Khan’s glorious Mongol Empire in the 13th century. But who are documenting the people, their dissipating traditions and the fast changing terrain today?
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