Chuluunbaatar


Basic information
Interviewee ID: 990209
Name: Chuluunbaatar
Parent's name: Yondon
Ovog: Tahilchiinhan
Sex: f
Year of Birth: 1954
Ethnicity: Dariganga

Additional Information
Education: higher
Notes on education:
Work: Red Cross educator
Belief: Buddhist
Born in: Ongon sum, Sühbaatar aimag
Lives in: Bayangol sum (or part of UB), Ulaanbaatar aimag
Mother's profession: industry seamstress / feltmaker
Father's profession: Худалдаа бэлтгэлийн удирдах газарт ажилчин


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democracy; privatization; foreign relations; NGOs; new technologies;

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urbanization; foreign relations; men - women; family; authority; privatization; funeral rituals; belief;

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Summary of Interview 090606B with Chuluunbaatar


At the start of the interview she talked about privatization. She concluded that not everyone benefited from privatization and that the poverty originated from this. She particularly mentioned that the senior people of that time and the mothers with many children led a poor life. She mentioned that as a result of democracy the people started to freely visit foreign countries and, it also became the main reason for divorce.


She briefly mentioned, in the socialist period the Russians, the Germans and the Czechs came to work here and how she used to purchase foreign consumer goods. She also said a few things about the non-governmental organizations and the Red Cross.


At the end she briefly mentioned about life in a ger during socialism, the newly introduced techniques and technology, people in authority, urbanization, belief and funeral rituals.