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Student Name: Pieter Wood
School: Woodlands
Age:
12
Category: About Mongolia
Question:
Dear Peter and Sue, my question is: Do you think that life in Mongolia for most people is good?
Answer: Since the change from Communist to Democratic rule opportunities for work and business have been varied. Some people are doing very well and making a lot of money. There is a far greater choice of consumer goods available and many people are enjoying this new era. Of course for those who are unemployed or on pensions, life is harder.

Student Name: Pieter Wood
School: Woodlands
Age:
12
Category: About Mongolia
Question:
Dear Peter and Sue, my question is: Do you think the Government is to blame for Mongolia's economic troubles?
Answer: No, I believe it is a result of the great change that is happening in all post communist countries as they strive to direct their countries in a totally different direction. The Russian and Asian economic crises are also playing a big part in the struggles here. Mongolia is a developing nation and will undergo the usual birth pains that go with developing new economies.

Student Name: Pieter Wood
School: Woodlands
Age:
12
Category: About Mongolia
Question:
Dear Peter and Sue, my question is: Why would you recommend people to live / or not live in Mongolia?
Answer: We believe it is very interetsing living here and the cold is a unique experience for us. It's always an educational experience and a priviledge to be able to live and share in the lives of people of other cultures in their own environment. I cannot think of any reason why they should not live here.

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