Mongolia

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Modon Bar (Woodcut printmaking)

Mongolians have been carving on wood, metal, stone and oil cloth from early days historically. From all of these carvings, woodcut printmaking has become...

Knitted scarf

Mongolians are interested in knitting from early days until today. Especially women like to knit hat, scarf, gloves, sweater, and socks for their husband,...

Shirdeg (felt rug)

Mongolian’s civilisation is nomadic, therefore people profit from farm and cattle animals like camel, horse, cow, yak, sheep and goat. Statistic showed Mongolia has...

Felt ger

Mongolians have been living in their felt ger from early days. Nowadays, young people prefer to live in apartments and houses because of modernisation,...

Felt art

Mongolians paint on various different objects such as paper, wood, and stone. However, Mongolians also have a traditional technique of painting using wool. In...

Embroidery

Mongolians have been making traditional embroidery from the thirteenth century (Khunnu era) until today. In general, embroidery techniques and how to make them was...
Bootmaking

Bootmaking

Mongolians have been using traditional boots since the Khunnu days in the second century BCE. This is considered a traditional craft, which has been...