I had long desired to go on a trip to a steppe. There were countless times when I imagined myself … Continue reading Ulaanbaatar, where nomadic culture disappears
When traveling in the countryside, we always saw families sitting on the grassland, eating, drinking Suutei tsai (milk tea), talking … Continue reading What are we chasing for?
Talking about Gobi, what came to most people’s minds at first is sandy desert without any living creatures. However, in 33 … Continue reading A freaking out night in Gobi
The first Mongolian people we met were a family of four. We shared a jeep car in Erenhot, China to … Continue reading Mongolian Kindness
Counting the days to leave Shanghai, I was more than happy. I felt I would finally have the freedom to … Continue reading How it feels like to live in Shanghai
Taking a train is the only way to go to DPRK from Dandong. It took only 7 or 8 minutes … Continue reading An insight of North Korea before its 7th Workers Party Congress