The Ordos Horse-Racing Festival is hosted at Ejin Horo banner, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, and attracts twelve horsemen and thirty-five thoroughbred racehorses to participate in.
The Andai is also called the "jumping white hawk". The Andai dance originated from the collective dance of the Kulun Qi in the south of the Horqin Grassland.
The Chopsticks Dance is popular in Erdos, Inner Mongolia. It is originally a single men's dance for marriage or festival ceremonies, usually accompanied by a stringed instrument and singing.
The pastoral life and the work of herdsmen became the source for dance there. The male dances in Inner Mongolia are rugged, lionhearted, and full of power.There are also female dances in Inner Mongolia.
A Tsam ceremony was held at the beginning of the year to exorcise evil.Shaman Dance is performed by shaman (sorcerers or witches) by praying to gods, sacrificing, dispelling evils and curing diseases.
Oroqens dedicate their worship to the totems of black bears. All Oroqens, young and old, can carry out the "dance of the fighting bear," one of their preferred dances.
It is a kind of dance popular in Erdos, Inner Mongolia. On a festive or celebrative feast, after eating and drinking to their heart's content, people will grab wine cups from the table and start to dance to express happiness.
The Daur people have always been known for their valiancy and skillfulness in battle.
A sacred ritual was held at the Mausoleum of Genghis Khan in Ejin Horo Banner on April 17, gathering hundreds of Mongolian people to worship and pray for favorable weather and family prosperity.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the autonomous region, during which various celebrations are planned to showcase its prosperity and ethnic diversity.