Seoul tourism office shows beauty of Inner Mongolia
The China Tourism Office in Seoul launched an online photo exhibition, promoting Inner Mongolia among South Korean locals. [Photo provided to Chinaculture.org]
If you're tired of cities crammed with buildings, cars and people, there is a place in China filled with boundless landscapes and fresh air.
It is the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, where 55 ethnic minorities live and prosper.
Recently, the China Tourism Office in Seoul launched an online photo exhibition, promoting Inner Mongolia among South Korean locals.
From the photos on display, people can see Inner Mongolia is the very manifestation of a scene in an ancient Chinese poem: "The sky is boundless, and plain vast; when the wind blows and grass bends, cows and sheep show themselves."
Ethnic festivals and celebrations add more color to Inner Mongolia through dancing, horseback riding and wrestling.
From spring to winter, people can visit the place and enjoy beautiful natural views and the local cuisine, such as baked mutton and horse milk wine.