The morinkhor is the traditional Mongolian music instrument, made of one piece of wood strung with two chords with a horse’s head sculpted on the headstock. Tumenulzi is 28, married and has two children aged 4 and 6. Tumenulzi started fabricating the morinkhor in 2007, after learning from a relative in his native village. He opened his own atelier in 2011 in Ulan-Bator.