Dec 15, 2011
Dorjkhuu Otgontuya of Mongolia visited the Tokyo Foundation on October 31, the last day of her stay in Japan. She participated in a two-week training course implemented by the Asian Productivity Organization.
She received a Sylff scholarship in 2009 while studying at the Academy of Management. She is now enrolled in a PhD program there.
She is also a senior expert for the Mongolia Productivity Organization, providing legal consultancy services to Mongolian businesses to improve their productivity. She hopes that her work will improve productivity in Mongolia as a whole and also enhance ties between Japan and her home country.
She speaks fluent Japanese, as she was dispatched to Japan to learn Japanese by the Mongolian Employers' Association in 2007 and received four months of intensive language training.