According to the 100th anniversary of the Modern Diplomatic Service in Mongolia, the Research Center for Mongolian Studies under the Australian National University and the Mongolian Embassy
to Australia have organized jointly the first conference for Mongolian studies on November 25th and have also organized the opening ceremony of the Australian Center for Mongolian Studies in the City of the fifth continent, Canberra.
“This event of establishing an Australian Center for Mongolian Studies on the opposite side of the planet, is the first step in promoting Mongolian culture, language and history not only in Australia, but in the Pacific Ocean region”, said the Mongolian Ambassador to Australia Ts.Jambaldorj
during his opening speech of the conference. Over 30 scientists, including the famous Mongol researcher Igor de Rachvits, the Director of the Research center for Mongolian studies in Australia Li.Narangua, researcher and Prof. Kent Anderson, Robert Crib, Director of the Research center for Mongolian studies at the National University of Mongolia (NUM) Doc. J.Bat-Ireedui and the Head of the Anthropology Department at the NUM Ch.Tudev, Mongol researchers and students have participated in this conference and have made presentations on various sectors, such as history, archeology, anthropology, language