How "Cry, Heart" Helped Aza Tsogtsaikhan And Inspired Her To Translate The Book Into Mongolian

"I grew up very sheltered from tragedies of life and never went to a funeral of a family member, as death is a taboo topic in Mongolia, especially for children. The first thing that my mother told me after she told me about my grandmother's passing was that I should not cry, because it is bad that we should mourn so intensely for someone who died a natural death, and that crying after her death does not let her rest in peace."

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