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seneca Post time: 2018-7-11 13:14
How about MONGOLIA, the Republic of Mongolia, capital Ulaanbaataar? Can they represent themselves ...
Let me help you along...
No, Mongolia is not a part of China...
Mongolia is a sovereign state in Asia and boasts its own language, currency, prime minister, parliament, president, and armed forces. Mongolia issues its own passports to citizens...
Lots of people; including my o'chap Senny erroneously believe that Mongolia is a part of China because Inner Mongolia (not the same as "Mongolia") is an autonomous region claimed by the People's Republic of China.
What is known as Inner Mongolia shares a border with Russia and the sovereign, independent state of Mongolia. It is an autonomous region that is considered part of the People's Republic of China. Inner Mongolia became an autonomous region in 1950...
The Soviet Union later helped defend Mongolia from the Japanese invasion. In 1945, one of the conditions for the Soviet Union to join the Allies in the fight for the Pacific was that Mongolia would keep independence after the war.
In 1992, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Mongolian People's Republic changed its name to just "Mongolia." The Mongolian People's Party (MPP) won the 2016 elections and took control of the state.
According to the United Nations, the fertility rate of Mongolian women is declining faster than in any other country.
Ulaanbaatar, the largest city in Mongolia, has a population of over 1.3 million people (roughly the same as San Diego, California).
Alaanbaatar suffers from a high level of fine-particle pollution — among the worst in the world — due to dust.
The Gobi Desert is spreading at an unprecedented rate causing the loss of grasslands.
Mongolia has the highest rate of liver cancer in the world. Because of the climate, Mongolian cuisine consists mainly of meat and dairy with very few vegetables. Vodka is the most prominent alcoholic beverage.
Some of the first dinosaur eggs were found in the Gobi Desert. Sea turtle fossils were also found, indicating that the desert was once under water...
No need to thank me o'chap, some lesson's are free.