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Wang Yanhong Singing a Song

Bulag, Uradyn E.; Burunsain, Borjigin; Dorjraa;
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This video shows the Dashdawa Mongol activist Wang Yanhong singing a song at the site in Ulan Butun where the Jungarian Khan Galdan Boshugt was defeated by the Qing army. Entitled ‘Father’s Grassland, Mother’s River’ (父亲的草原母亲的河), the song was written by a famous Mongolian diaspora poetess called Xi Murong. Through this song, Wang grieves his loss of the Mongolian culture and language, but insists that he is still a son of the steppe.

Sponsored by Arcadia Fund, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin

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Dashdawa Mongol, Ulan Butun, Jungar, Galdan Boshugt, song, Mongolian culture, Dashdawa Mongol, Ulan Butun, Jungar, Galdan Boshugt, song, Mongolian culture

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