American fans of The Hu have learned Mongolian for their beloved band

The Hu, the founder of the Hun rock genre, has left for the United States this month (2021.09.) for a North American tour. They plan to tour 32 states and cities in North America and Canada, and the concert was supposed to take place last year, but was postponed due to the pandemic.

They received the appreciation of rock fans from all over the world for adding a completely new color to the stagnant global rock music trend by reflecting the new trend of Mongolian national art, fiddle and harmonica. After that, they managed to shake the Billboard. , performed live music in the state.

This time, when they went to America again, the American fans welcomed them by writing “Welcome back” in Mongolian. It is impossible not to be really proud of The Hu group, which has a rich history, but which no one knows until they say “Genghis’s” to America and Europe, and even made them learn a little Mongolian.

Attila, the Great King of the Hun Dynasty, known as the “Heavenly Whip”, conquered Europe in the 400s, but now The Hu, the founder of Hun Rock, is conquering Europe and America with culture and art, not swords and horses. History repeats itself.

BONUS INFO: About Attila the Great Hun

When the Hun Dynasty, which existed side by side with the Han Dynasty of China, collapsed due to internecine wars, when the north and south were divided, the northerners migrated to the far west, defeating the nomadic tribes they encountered on their way, united with themselves, crossed the threshold of Europe, and built their own state. During the time of King Atalla, the group was identified. In AD 406, Attila was born to the Huns near the lower reaches of the Izhyl River.

From childhood, he became an excellent horse rider, quickly learned the skills of a rider and warrior, and became a master of archery, sword, and spear. It is said that frequent hunting trips were a preparation for war, and the young Attila used to bring wolves and bears out of hibernation. . His father, who was very close to him, laid the groundwork for his future greatness, but when Attila was still young, in 410, he died, and his uncles, Octar and Ragula, kings of the Huns, sent him to Rome as a hostage at the age of 12. When King Ragula received a boy named Aetius from the Roman emperor in place of Attila, the future king of the Huns and the future great general of Rome were exchanged as hostages.

Although he was a hostage, Attila received a high level of education in Rome, the heart of human culture, and learned a lot from the Khans of many other tribes. He not only studied Roman art, culture and history, but also mastered the art of military warfare, politics, and diplomacy. Atgila returned from Roman captivity not only with the highest level of education and knowledge ever seen among humans, but also with a plan to conquer the world. Thus, he fought two major battles in Rome and shook Europe. It is said that the king of any country would kneel down to welcome the ambassador of the powerful Roman Empire, which was known as the “Center of the World” at that time, but for the first time in history, the majestic King Attila greeted the Roman ambassador without dismounting from his horse and concluded a treaty without dismounting.

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