2008 оний 12 сарийн 17 Мороко улсын Касабланка хот

Би сар гаруйн өмнө Мороко улсаас Испани улс руу явахын өмнө өдөр энд танилцсан Сайд гэдэг залууд ярилцлага өгсөн юм. “Мade in City” сэтгүүл нь Мороко улсын хотын залуусад зориулсан сэтгүүл юм.

Миний дэлхийг тойрч аялж буйг олон хүмүүс сонирхож байсан бөгөөд, энэ сонинд ярилцлага өгснөөр өмнө нь Мауританиа улсын элчин сайдын яам визанд татгалзаж байсныг бас ховолжил орхисин юм.

Мороко улсын орчин үеийн залуусын уншдаг Соёлын сэтгүүлд Монгол нэрээ гаргаж чадсанд баяртай байлаа.

Нэг бэрхшээл гэвэл, сэтгүүлийг олсон боловч, яг юу бичсэн нь ойлгомжгүй байна. Мороко улс Араб Франц хэлийг албан ёсоор ашигладаг бөгөөд аль алин миний мэдлэгээс хэтэрсэн тул, миний блог уншдаг Франц хэлтэй хүн байвал, чанартайгаар орчуулж өгөхийг хүсэж байна. Бусад уншигчиддаа ч буян болно уу.

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Amai The Mongol ( English ) thanks to Byambaa for english translation.
A UPO crossed Morocco
(Unidentified Pedestrian Object)

“Amai the Mongol” has left his country and its capital Ulanbaaatar on 3 November 2005, at age 25, to visit 150 countries and their capitals. He thought he would cross the world in just 2 years, but during his journey, he soon realizes that his project would take much longer. Thus, after 3 years of travel he crossed 50 countries – a third of the way – and if all goes well, in 6 years he will be back in Mongolia.
By Isabelle Sivadier & Said Lahlou.

This experience, he conceived it as a Badarchin mission, his destiny.
“Badarchins were in the ancient nomadic Mongolian culture, messengers, ambassadors, reporters from the old days.”

A Badarchin!
It was common for young people educated, once reached the age of maturity, to decide to undertake a long journey to spread knowledge and Mongolian culture. By the time Mongolia is experiencing a strong identity-cultural crisis, following the fall of communism and bulimia of Western culture, living again this founding passed through this tradition is for me an obvious need.”

Ambassador Rock’n Roll!
Mongolia could not have dreamed of ambassador more rock’n roll! I Indeed, Amai is an avant-garde artist (musician), in his country: from the intellectual elite (father Professor of History at the University), he grew up in communism in Russia until 12 years old, then in Mongolia from 92. Frantically, he tries everything, gets interested in everything, until the time he felt ready to go around the world, this inner quest, this duty of Badarchin … “It was time to go to explore the world and put on my Badarchin my coat, find my roots, recognize them, put them into practice, talking about them to the world, and at the same time open myself on other cultures that Mongols and I know pretty bad“.

A road strewn of jewels and pitfalls!
On his way he was given to see some of the most beautiful places in the world, crossed the most different cultures …
Stories, he has hundreds to tell, some funny, some sad, some revolting, some fascinating, some touching ones …: “I got lost in the jungle in Africa, and I almost died of thirst under a harassing sun … Fell out of strength, offload of my food and backpack, without anything, lying on the ground, I felt ants beginning to devour me. I could not move anymore, I was dying … Until the rain falls … “ Or when he crossed the rebel zone and is taken under the protection by UN peacekeepers. Or when he had been hosted by Mongolian UN peacekeepers in mission in Sierra Leone, as he is a Bardarchin.

An epic arrival in Morocco (countries No. 49)
“I had to wait 2 months in Mauritania for finally having my visa refused. My trip is a string; I cannot skip countries. Arrived in Canaries Islands, after having heard my project, the consul immediately granted me the visa, understanding that I would speak about Morocco to my compatriots and that I would be a sort of bridge between the 2 countries.” Following these administrative adventures, his first opinion about Morocco was rather bad… “Arriving in Marrakech, my impression is gradually getting smoother … I was amazed by the central square Jemaâ AI Fna and its by-night frenetic activity … Then I went to what I consider as one of the best sociological observatories of a country: night club! What I thought? Moroccan girls are the most beautiful women of the 32 countries I have crossed in Africa.”

Then there was Hajja Halima!
Through a combination of circumstances and coincidence, he finds himself in an party with Hajja Halima in Casablanca … “As a musician and beyond the musical choc, I was both impressed and touched to see that families of a certain social elite are at the same time Europeanized (which is usually the case for elites of all countries) but also so respectful and proud of their traditional cultural heritage.” For Amai, it illustrates perfectly the difference he sees between nationalism (synonym of xenophobia and hate for other cultures) and patriotism, which means to be proud of what we are, while being curious and open to others.

End … and restart.
What is recurring with Amai, is that we feel in him a departure, a road, a path that does not end. As if he was in a hurry to leave again. The present is already passed with Amai … Future is the single traveler’s vocabulary. “If I take my time, I delay the time when I get back home.” His home, this Mongolia he misses so much, and which defines him. So he doesn’t get attached to people… he doesn’t have this right. He meets people; he shares moments, thanks those who hosted him or welcomed him and then goes again by himself … full of memories shared.

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Amaï The Mongol ( Français)
Un OTNI traverse le Maroc !
(Objet Terrestre Non Identifié)

« Amaï the Mongol » a quitté son pays et sa capitale Ulan-Bator le 3 novembre 2005, à l’âge de 25 ans, pour visiter 150 pays et leurs capitales. Il pensait parcourir le monde en seulement 2 ans, mais, durant son périple, il se rend vite compte que son projet lui prendra beaucoup plus de temps. Ainsi, après 3 ans de voyage il a traversé 50 pays – soit le tiers du parcours – et si tout se passe bien, dans 6 ans il est rentré en Mongolie.
Par Amaï, isabelle Sivadier & Saïd Lahlou.

Cette expérience, il la conçoit comme une mission de Badarchin,
sa destinée 1 «Les Badarchins étaient, dans la culture mongole nomade ancestrale, des messagers, des ambassadeurs, reporters de l’ancien temps.

Un Badarchin !
Il était fréquent que les jeunes les plus éduqués, une fois l’âge de la maturité atteint, décident d’entreprendre un long voyage pour disperser la connaissance et la culture Mongole. Au moment où la Mongolie traverse une crise culturo-identitaire forte, suite à la chute du communisme et à la boulimie de culture occidentale, revivre ce passé fondateur à travers cette tradition est pour moi une nécessité, une évidence».

Ambassadeur Rock’n Roll !!
La Mongolie n’aurait pas pu rêver ambassadeur plus rock’n roll !I En effet, Amaï est un artiste (musicien), avant-gardiste dans son pays: issu de l’élite d’intellectuelle (père professeur d’histoire à l’université), il a grandi dans le communisme en Russie jusqu’à 12 ans puis en Mongolie à partir de 92. Frénétiquement, il essaye tout, touche à tout, jusqu’au moment où il s’est senti prêt à partir au tour du monde, cette quête intérieure, ce devoir de Badarchin … «II était temps de partir explorer le monde et d’endosser mon habit de Badarchin, retrouver mes racines, les reconnaître, les pratiquer, en parler au monde, en même temps que de m’ouvrir sur les autres cultures que les Mongoles et moi-même connaissons finalement assez peu».

Une route parsemée de joyaux et d’embûches!
Sur sa route, il a pu voir parmi les plus beaux endroits du monde, traversé les cultures les plus différentes …
Des histoires, il en a des centaines à raconter, des drôles, des tristes, des révoltantes, des fascinantes, des émouvantes … : «Je m’étais perdu dans la jungle, en Afrique, et j’ai failli mourir de soif sous un soleil de plomb … Tombé à bout de force, délesté de mes vivres et de mon sac à dos, sans rien, à même le sol, je sentais des fourmis qui commençaient à me dévorer. Je ne pouvais plus bouger, je mourais …
Jusqu’à ce que tombe la pluie …» Ou encore quand il traverse les zones rebelles et est pris sous la protection des casques bleus. Ou encore quand Il a été hébergé chez des casques bleus mongols en mission en Sierra Leone, en vertu de son statut de Bardarchin.

Une arrivée épique au Maroc (pays n°49)
«J’ai dû attendre 2 mois en Mauritanie pour que finalement ma demande de visa soit refusée. Mon voyage est une chaîne, je ne peux pas sauter de pays. Arrivé aux Canaries et après avoir pris connaissance de mon projet, le consul m’a accordé immédiatement le visa, comprenant que j’allais parler du Maroc à mes compatriotes et que j’allais être une sorte de pont entre les 2 pays». Suite à ces péripéties administratives, son a priori sur le Maroc était plutôt négatif. .. «Arrivé à Marrakech, mes impressions se radoucissent peu à peu … j’étais émerveillé par la place Jemaâ AI Fna et son activité nocturne … Puis je me rends dans ce que je considère comme un des meilleurs observatoires socioculturels d’un pays: la boite de nuit! Ce que j’en ai pensé? Les Marocaines sont les plus belles femmes des 32 pays d’Afrique que j’ai traversé».
Puis il y eut Hajja Halima!!!
Par un concours de circonstances et de hasard, il se retrouve à une soirée avec Hajja Halima à Casablanca… «En tant que musicien et au-delà du choc musical, j’étais à la fois impressionné et touché de voir que des familles d’une certaine élite sociale soient à la fois européanisées (ce qui est généralement le cas dans tous les pays) mais également si respectueuses et fières de leur héritage culturel traditionnel». Pour Amaï, cela illustre parfaitement la différence qu’il voit entre nationalisme (synonyme de xénophobie et de haine des autres cultures) et patriotisme, qui signifie pour lui être fier de ce que l’on est, tout en étant curieux et ouvert sur les autres.
Fin… et recommencement
Ce qui est récurrent chez Amaï, c’est qu’on sent chez lui un départ, une route, un chemin qui ne saurait s’arrêter. Comme s’il était pressé de repartir. Le présent est déjà passé chez Amaï … L’avenir est l’unique vocabulaire du voyageur. «Si je prends mon temps, je retarde le moment où je rentrerai chez moi». Chez lui, c’est cette Mongolie qui lui manque, qui le définit. Alors il ne s’attache pas … il n’en a pas le droit. Il fait des rencontres, partage des moments, remercie ceux qui l’ont accueilli, et puis s’en va … plein de souvenirs partagés.
Son blog : http://www.amai.mn/

Horaayy..there are 16 comment(s) for me so far ;)

#1

amjilt husii Amai. delhiin mash olon ornii humuus chamaig meddeg ym bn lee shuu.

nandia wrote on 2008/12/18 - 12:50
#2

Сэтгүүлээ маньдаа бариад ирээрэй

Энхбаатар wrote on 2008/12/18 - 13:16
#3

ter yvjagaa zurag n terrorist shig gartsan bnshde joohon oor zurag tavij blooq ymu busad n cool dahiad oor setguuld bolomj garval garaad bgaarai za yu hogshoon

A wrote on 2008/12/18 - 20:48
#4

Uragshaa zaluu mini.

SERGEI wrote on 2008/12/19 - 01:42
#5

hi amjilt husie. Chamaar uneheer baharhaj bna. uragshaa Amai!!!
3 bichsen hun arai hetruulj bna aa. magadguii terrorist gej hen bdgiig meddeggui bololtoi!

Bayaraa wrote on 2008/12/19 - 16:04
#6

goy goy

Kraken wrote on 2008/12/19 - 19:25
#7

ta neeree hoomiilj bgaa bichleg baiwal tawichaach ooriihoo

Kraken wrote on 2008/12/19 - 19:26
#8

Bi chamd orchuulgiin tuslamj uzuulj baiya.
Nadruu email bichij baigaarai.
Bi tsag baga baidag ch tuslanaa.End Angli ruu buulgasan baigaa

Amai the Mongol “has left his country and its capital Ulan Bator on 3 November 2005, at age 25, visiting 150 countries and their capitals. He thought seeing the world in just 2 years, but during his journey, he soon realizes that his project would take much longer. Thus, after 3 years of travel he crossed 50 countries – a third of the way – and if all goes well, in 6 years he returned to Mongolia.
By Amaya, Isabelle & Sivadier Said Lahlou.

This experience, he conceived a mission Badarchin,
his destiny 1 “Badarchins were in the ancient nomadic Mongolian culture, messengers, ambassadors, reporters from the old days.

A Badarchin!
It was common for young people educated, once the age of maturity reached, decided to undertake a long journey to disperse knowledge and Mongolian culture. When Mongolia is experiencing a crisis-cultural identity strong, following the fall of communism and bulimia in Western culture, past reliving the founding through this tradition is a necessity for me, the obvious. ”

Ambassador Rock’n Roll!
Mongolia could not have dreamed ambassador more rock’n roll! I Indeed, Amaya is an artist (musician), avant-garde in his country from the intellectual elite (father Professor of History at the University), he grew up in communism in Russia and up to 22 years in Mongolia from 92. Frantically, trying everything it touches everything, until he felt ready to go around the world, this inner quest, this duty of Badarchin … “It was time to explore the world and back Badarchin my dress, find my roots, recognize the practice, talking about the world, along with m’ouvrir on other crops that Mongolians and myself know quite soon “.

A road strewn with pitfalls and jewels!
On his way he could see the most beautiful places in the world, through the most different cultures …
Stories, there are hundreds to tell, funny, sad, revolts, fascinating, touching on …: “I had lost in the jungle in Africa, and I almost died of thirst in a sun … Fell out of strength, offload my food and my backpack, but nothing on the ground, I felt that ants began to devour me. I could not move, I die …
Until the rain falls … “Or when he crossed the rebel areas and is taken under the protection of peacekeepers. Or when it was hosted by Mongolian peacekeepers mission in Sierra Leone, under its status as Bardarchin.

An epic arrival in Morocco (countries No. 49)
“I had to wait 2 months in Mauritania for finally my visa application is refused. My trip is a string, I can not skip the country. Arrived in the Canaries and after having heard my project, the consul immediately granted me the visa, including that I speak from Morocco to my compatriots and I was going to be a sort of bridge between the 2 countries. ” Following these administrative ups, its a priori on Morocco was rather negative. .. “Arriving in Marrakech, my impression is gradually radoucissent … I was amazed by Jemaâ AI Fna and its nocturnal activity … Then I go into what I consider one of the best observatories socio-country: the box Night! What I thought? Moroccans are the most beautiful women of 32 countries in Africa that I went through. ”
Then he Yeut Hajja Halima!
Through a combination of circumstances and coincidence, he finds himself in an evening with Hajja Halima in Casablanca … “As a musician and beyond shock music, I was both impressed and touched to see that families’ a certain social elite are both Europeanised (which is usually the case in all countries) but also so respectful and proud of their traditional cultural heritage. ” For Amaya, it illustrates perfectly the difference he sees between nationalism (synonym of xenophobia and hatred for other cultures) and patriotism, which means to be proud of what we are, while being curious and open on others.
And recommencement end …
What is recurring at Amaya, is that we sent home a departure, a road, a path that does not stop. As he was pressed to leave. This is already spent at Amai … The future is the single traveler’s vocabulary. “If I take my time, I delays the time when I go home.” For him, that it lacks Mongolia, which defines it. So he does not concentrate … it was not right. He meetings, sharing moments, thanked those who greeted and then goes … full of memories shared.

Byamba wrote on 2008/12/19 - 23:05
#9

Delhiin haana ch yavsan, baigaa gazriin chini talaar bolon medmeer baigaa zuil baival nadruu email bichij baigaarai. bi interneteer haigaad medeelel olj ugch tusalj baiya. Ene ni chinii Niterneted suuh tsag zaviig hemnene. Heregtei zuilsee sain bichij bai.

Byamba wrote on 2008/12/19 - 23:17
#10

Bolgoomjtoi yavj baigaarai daa duu mini.

Byamba wrote on 2008/12/19 - 23:18
#11

Tuiliin bolgoomjtoi yavj bie-ee hairlaj mash sain tuluvluguutei yavj baigaarai. Ah ni 15 jil gadaadaar tenesen hun chamaas bagaguig uzej unguruulsen hun. Chamaar baharhaj bna. Chi bol jinhene er hun bna.

Byamba wrote on 2008/12/19 - 23:22
#12

sain yy Amai ,haana yavj bna aa odoo ,ali ylsad hervee irelandad irvel holboo bariaraa

odnoo wrote on 2008/12/20 - 14:06
#13

chinii unehees saihan bichjee ene byambaa gedgiig orchulsniig unshlaa. if i take my time i delays when the i go home nutgaa yamar ih sanaj bgaa chini medregchle ene oguulberees

tim wrote on 2008/12/20 - 16:06
#14

Конкурс для блоггеров от DRUGREVENUE с призовым фондом в 3000 долларов, спешите

СЕО wrote on 2008/12/22 - 00:23
#15

амжилт хүсъе

helloworld wrote on 2008/12/25 - 16:40
#16

hi made in city cetguuliin hed deh dugaar ni yum be bi olj awmar bna tgd ene ulsiinhand saihan gaihuulmaar bnoo manai mongol zaluu iim mundag gd l tgher zaaawal hariu heleerei za

hojil wrote on 2010/12/20 - 10:18
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