• Folk festival brings tourists to Old Bull Bay


    A folk festival, offering people the chance to embrace natural scenery and traditional customs, has recently drawn hundreds of tourists from across China to visit Old Bull Bay in Qingshuihe county.

  • Inner Mongolia's rare earth exports increased by 1.6 times


    Data released by the Hohhot customs show that in the first quarter of 2017, rare earth exports reached 2602.9 tons from Inner Mongolia autonomous region, a 1.6 times of year-on-year increase, the Inner Mongolia Daily reported on May 5.

  • Two Chinese geoparks enter UNESCO's Global Geoparks Network


    Two Chinese geological parks were approved on Friday to enter the Global Geoparks Network established by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

  • Sandstorms blanket northern China


    Sandstorms blew across the provinces of northern China on May 4, affecting a land area of over 1.63 million square meters. Resulting in reduced visibility and poor air quality, bitter winds howled across western and central Inner Mongolia.

  • Baotou partners with American tennis academy


    Some 70 tennis coaches from Inner Mongolia autonomous region attended a training session in Baotou on May 2, held in partnership with Celsius Tennis Academy from the United States, reports Baotou Evening News.

  • Firefighters battle Beidahe forest inferno


    Fires in Beidahe forest had spread across land measuring 10,000 hectares by 1:50 pm on May 3.

  • Inner Mongolia fights new forest fires 


    More fires swept across Inner Mongolia’s Beidahe forest in the Greater Hinggan Mountains on May 2. Thousands of firefighters were dispatched to the scene to tackle the blaze.

  • Fires extinguished in Yimuhe forest


    Over 1,300 firefighters and forest rangers were organized on May 1 to extinguish fires that spread across the border from Russia to Yimuhe forest, a primeval forest in the northern Greater Hinggan Mountains in Inner Mongolia.

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