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Mongolian Monk vs Medical Illustrator

In 2003, Zina had the chance to interview Lama Purevbat, an influential Mongolian monk who had a vision to restore Buddhist literacy in Mongolia including restoring the practice of sacred arts.

The discipline of painting theological realities or abstractions is surprisingly not that far from painting scientific realities or abstractions.

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