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My Name Is Bataa| 11mins
Director: Ms. Ariunjargal Luvsantseren | Producer: Ms. Ariunjargal Luvsantseren
Focus Years: 2004 | Country: Mongolia
Subject Tags: asia, education, relationships
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The program tells a touching story of three children and their efforts to become friends with each other despite their differences. A girl who is deaf-mute accidentally runs into two boys who live on the street. The girl tries to communicate with them by writing a note. Unfortunately, the street boys are illiterate and cannot write back to the girl. The boys start to learn letters and words in order to communicate back with the girl.

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