About one-third of the population of Mongolia lives in Ulan Bator. That means two-thirds of them live in the countryside in a nation that enjoys the lowest population density of the world. Stuck between Moscow and Beijing, the homeland of Genghis Khan is looking for ways to stand on her feet again since 1992. Evidence of foreign investment can be found in the capital city and in the wild of this mineral rich country. In other words, the nomadic lifestyle is fading and in an alarming pace.