Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Dewy-eyed Mongolians

Michael Walters explores the soft heart of Mongolia in another post about odd happenings in the world's nineteenth-largest nation. Actually, his comment concerns Mongolians who leave home, specifically for the Czech Republic, which they apparently have done in numbers large enough to make them that country's second-largest Asian community after Vietnamese, according to an article in the Prague Daily Monitor.

In a story sadly frequent throughout the world, it transpires that many of these Mongolians are left in the lurch by fradulent promises of work papers and residency documents. Mongolians are relatively easy to cheat "because many of them are dewy-eyed," the article says, quoting the Czech paper Právo.

© Peter Rozovsky 2008

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