A Mongolian Couch

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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."

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