Mongolian Musings

Auckland born investment banker, John O’Loghlen, muses on Mongolia in the nicely titled Feeding a Dragon: Mongolia’s Position within a Rising Asia. Observations on the Land of Eternal Blue Sky for the Land of the Long White Cloud. In 2004 O’Loghlen spent ten days in Mongolia participating in the annual Sunrise to Sunset marathon, an event which sparked his ongoing interest with the country’s history and future. Feeding the Dragon notes similarities between Aotearoa and Mongolia – “the world’s two most beautiful patches of grass” – and ponders Mongolia’s ability to ride the Asian financial wave currently headed by neighbouring China.


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