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Wulige'er in Mongolian means 'story telling'. It was formed in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties.
Lurigele dance of the Daur ethic group
Lurigele is a typical folk dance popular among the Daur people, who mostly live in Inner Mongolia and theHeilongjiang Rivervalley.
The Mongolian 'chor' is multi-part singing sung by just one person. Hoomii, in Mongolian, means larynx.
The instrument has a long history, and it was quite popular with the Mongolian people during the early period of the 13th century.
The sihu, a bowed instrument, is so named because of its four strings and it is commonly found in Inner Mongolia.
Mongolian long tune
Urtin Duu or the 'Long Tune' is a historical Mongolian folk music song dating back to the 7th century AD.
Ritual held at Mausoleum of Genghis Khan
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.
Grassland Tales From Inner Mongolia
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.
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