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Ecological Problems of Ejnee

Authors: Bulag, Uradyn E.; Dorjraa;

Ecological Problems of Ejnee

Abstract

Galsanpuntsug says that the Qing court originally permitted the Ejine Torghuts to live in a place called Anxi Gobi outside of the Jiayuguan Pass. Repeatedly, however, the Ejine Torghuts tried to return to Kalmykia but the Qing dynasty held Arabjur as a hostage. Caught between the Jungar Khanate and the Qing dynasty, some Torghuts, such as Mergen Tsorj, a commander under Danzan Noyan, joined the Jungar Khanate against the Qing dynasty while they were in Gasin Aman. Danzan then parted company with Mergen Tsorj and moved to Shar Tal with permission from the Qing. The Ejine Torghuts made their final migration in 1958 when the Chinese army took their land for military use. That winter, hundreds of military trucks were sent in to ship Torghut herders deep into the Gobi desert. A new banner centre was built at the Dalaihöv town. They have been suffering from ecological problems ever since.

Sponsored by Arcadia Fund, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin

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United Kingdom
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Keywords

Torghut migration, Ejine Torghuts, territory, history, Qing dynasty

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