1 Shzin-Tulighuidi-Aanee (Nine-Headed Granny), Changminjii (4.50), Qaisi Village, Donggou Township, folktale

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Changminjii Mongghul, female, (b. 1960), peasant, illiterate, is from Qasizi Village, Donggou Township. Her parent's home is in Tangraa Village in the same township. She has two sons. She is Aaguqog's daughter and learned her folklore from her mother as a child. She told folklore selections to Jugui in her home in Qasizi Village 8-9 September and 11-13 December 1998. The audience consisted of her husband, two sons, and several villagers from the village who were interested in Mongghul folklore. Changminjii is a locally well-known Mongghul folklore teller and singer.




























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