Gankhuyag Natsag, also known as Ganna, has dedicated his life to spreading Mongolian culture abroad. The Buddhist ritual dance masks he makes are displayed in museums outside his homeland and he tours with them around the world. VOA’s June Soh caught up with the artist, who is dubbed the Mongolian cultural ambassador, at his home studio outside Washington. Carol Pearson narrates her report.
Perhaps the biggest achievement of the first summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un was that it happened at all. But when the two leaders meet again next week, that likely won't be good enough. More from VOA's Bill Gallo on the high expectations for the second Trump-Kim summit in Vietnam.