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Thank very much for email and information on Seattle life.
We could not write you for a long time since I was Humphrey Fellow in 2004-2005 at the University of Washington. Every thing is Ok after coming back to Mongolia I still work at the University. We would like to say you that Fellowship year was very usefull and helpfull for us and my family.We implemented several projects and business activities.Naraa is good she is working in here Internet center.My host family in Seattle Mr. Dwight and barbara came to Ulaanbaatar Mongolia last summer and we met and talk. They have project in this country


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Tumur and Naraa

Dr. Tumurchudur Tsamba

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Dr. Tumurchudur Tsamba
Director Technology Transfer Center Mongolian State University of Science and Technology
Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow: 2004-05

Sarantuya Namsrai

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Sarantuya Namsrai
Director of Environmental Initiative Center
Ulaanbaatar
HHH Fellow during 2003-2004 at Evans Schools of Public Affairs, UW in Seattle

"During my fellowship year, I have received a lot of support and care from Visiting Scholars Association's friends. Gary and Charlene were very helpful in many ways, by helping my family to find apartment to rent, providing me with their truck when we were moving, and inviting me and my friends to nice parties and social events. I remember Becky and Simon visited me couple of times and used to show me a lot emotional support when I was struggling with my broken bones even though they had little baby to take care of.

"Also, I have to mention Dick and Lu Clay, there are so many memories that have to do with our friendship: showing me and my family nice places, sightseeing, taking us for shopping, inviting us to delicious dinners (Lu is a very good cook) etc,. We're close friends. When you are away from your home country, things you are used to, and familiar life style, it's good to know nice people like them who are willing to assist you and befriend with you."

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