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A Mongolian Couch

Asia, Short|04 Apr, 2013|2 Comments |
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A Mongolian Couch is a film by George Clipp about a man named Begzsuren who lives with his wife and 4 children in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. His passion to better the life of his family, as well as his community is shown as he installs rain showers, works on bettering his family’s diet and planting trees in the community.

He also welcomes guests from all over the world to his home, showing these visitors the Mongolian culture and in exchange, his guests offer thoughts on how they live and work back home.

A truly touching story that shows that everyone in the world can connect somehow, no matter how wealthy they are, or where they live.


A Mongolian Couch, 4.3 out of 5 based on 6 ratings
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  1. Jamie says:

    Yeah this is a great documentary… It reminds me of one I recently watched called five broken cameras

  2. Tsen says:

    What an incredible story and amazing person? It is a pity that this documentary is not broadcasted through local mass media. It is quite enlightening and also extremely educative in terms of breaking human paradigms which are often our constrains to our better livelihood. Even through video one may observe that he is happy on his own.
    Some studies suggest that there are at least 8 human traits, or qualities that are typically pertinent to a happy person such as (1) being irrelevant what other think about him or her (2) being positive to life (3) being friendly and grateful (4) frequently smiles (5) ability to live at the present time (6) if he or she realizes that life is imperfect and flawed (7) contributes to improve his or her living environment (8) keep learning all the time;
    Apparently this person demonstrates the majority of these qualities if not all of them. This is certainly truly impressive.

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