Shamanism Endures in an Evolving Mongolia

Shaman Byamdorj

hide captionShaman Byamdorj poses inside his ger — a type of round tent — in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Allan Coukell/Worlds of Difference

Mongolia is undergoing a major political and economic transformation after the fall of communism. Worlds of Difference producer Allan Coukell visited the country to find out how the ancient practice of shamanism is faring in this time of change.

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