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A Japanese Student who Met Scholar Writer Ts.Damdinsuren in Tokyo in 1957

Tsendiin Damdinsuren, the Mongolian State Prize Triple Laureate, National Honorary Writer and Academician
  • OKADA Kazuyuki

First page
69
Last page
81
Language
Mongolian
Publishing type
Research paper (international conference proceedings)
Publisher
"Gcom Press" Co., Ltd.

The famous Mongolian scholar writer Ts.Damdinsuren (1908-1986) participated in the 3rd World Conference against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs held in Tokyo in August 1957. During his stay in Tokyo, he met a student named Shin’ichiro Kuroda (1939-1991) who was a freshman in the Department of Mongolian language at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, and after returning home, received Sh.Kuroda’s Mongolian letter. This event was recorded in detail in his book “Notes on Japan (Travel Notes to Japan)” (1958). In the summer of 1976, Sh.Kuroda then met again Ts.Damdinsuren by chance for the second time in 19 years at a bookstore in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolian People’s Republic, and renewed old relationship. This event was recorded in Sh.Kuroda’s travel essay “Rushing Trip in Mongolia” (1977).
This paper, which discussed the unknown personal exchange between Ts.Damdinsuren and Sh.Kuroda, was presented at the International Conference Dedicated to the 110th Birth Anniversary of Ts.Damdinsuren held in Ulaanbaatar in September 2018.

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