Some banners (counties) in Inner Mongolia cover a vast area and have a scattered population, inconvenient transportation, and backward medical and health services so the region has come up with a mobile medical service system, using vehicles with the necessary equipment.
When the 18th Inner Mongolia International Agricultural Expo came to a close in the Inner Mongolia International Exhibition Center, in the city of Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, on March 18, it had attracted 400 enterprises and about 50,000 visitors with a turnover of 470 million yuan, and 8 million yuan in income for the companies.
The city of Baotou, Inner Mongolia saw hundreds of people turning out for evening run under the fluorescent lighting at a grassland park to celebrate Earth Hour, on March 19.
The city of Hohhot, Inner Mongolia held a cloud-computing industry conference, on March 17, chaired by Di Ruiming, the executive vice mayor and a municipal Party standing committee member, to gather reports on progress in the city's cloud-computing project.
The city of Hohhot, Inner Mongolia opened its Earthquake Science Museum, on March 17, thanks to the seismology bureau of the city's Yuquan district.
With the ecological improvement of Inner Mongolia's grassland in recent years, the antelopes and other protected animals such as the Mongolian gazelle, argali, and wild donkeys have been reappearing in the border area of Xilin Gol League, where police from a border detachment have been working with herdsmen in patrolling the area and installing infrared cameras to fight illegal hunting and create a safe environment for wildlife.
Inner Mongolia's Education Department held a "Love life -- safety education" activity at a primary school in the city of Hohhot's Saihan district, on March 15.
The Inner Mongolia International Agricultural Expo was held in Hohhot, capital of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on March 16, 2016.
A fire ceremony held to pray for blessings commenced Bayannur of Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Jan 20.
Inner Mongolia has promoted winter tourism via an assortment of festivals and events and to present its natural resources alongside unique nomadic culture.