Narantungalag Enkhtur (Naanga) is a journalist who specializes in business, corporate reports, and mining, a diverse freelance writer. She earned a Bachelor in International Journalism at National University of Mongolia, and a postgraduate degree in Global Business Journalism at Tsinghua University in Beijing. During her postgraduate years, she wrote a few enterprise reporting on poverty, published a piece at China Daily, and won the award by International Center for Journalists. Naanga is a fellow of the Asia Pacific Journalism Center and the European Journalism Center.
She is a skilled multimedia storyteller with 7 years of experiences. She began her career at the age of 14, worked several jobs in Mongolian journalism industry – for radio, print, television and online outlets, including Bloomberg TV Mongolia(BTVM) – before moving to China in 2016. She has started running SABRI Magazine, mainly write about BRI, published a few editions. Naanga also served as Assistant Editor of FOF Weekly Magazine, a first vertical media on venture capital, gained knowledge on the Chinese market.
She is passionate about developing media tools that will lighten the newsgathering process for naive journalists, becoming a well-suited journalist in the English speaking community. Naanga contributed her input to parliamentary election campaign as a host of a PR team, as a result, Mongolia’s People Party won an 85 percent majority with 65 seats in the 76-member parliament. When she was at BTVM, she had interviewed some high-ranking people, including Australian Former PM Kevin Rudd, Canadian former Natural Resource Minister Joe Oliver and Mongolian former President Elbegdorj Tsakhia.
Naanga has been teaching English to teens voluntarily at her hometown of Altai city in the western part of Mongolia since 2008. Now she is working as an ESL teacher at Tongxin Art Elementary School in Hebei Province, China.