Published September 13, 2016
This video was recorded in Japan. Mongolian is spoken by more than five million people, primarily in the central Asain nation of Mongolia, where it is the only official language, and the Chinese Autonomous Region of Inner Mongolia, where it shares official status with Mandarin Chinese. A literary language for at least a millennia, it has been written with a variety of scripts, sharing the Cyrillic alphabet with Russian today. Mongolian was an administrative language of Medieval China's Yuan Dynasty, founded by Kublai Khan, and enjoys a notable online presence today. Read more on Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/1ToDtpL.