• New travel options released to spur tourism


    New featured tourism products and travel routes have been launched by the tourism bureau of Baotou to promote tourism in the coming winter, reports Baotou Daily.

  • Thousands of college students receive financial support


    On Nov 13, almost 20,000 impoverished college students received 705 million yuan ($103 million) in grants from the Inner Mongolia government, according to the Education Bureau of Inner Mongolia autonomous region.

  • Mongolian ethnic clothes catch young eyes


    An exhibition on traditional Mongolian ethnic clothing was host at the Inner Mongolia Museum in Hohhot on Nov 13, attracting hundreds of young kids to flock to.

  • Contracts worth $4.2b to boost big data in Baotou


    A big data promotion conference, held in Beijing on Nov 7, saw the signing of 19 projects worth 28.3 billion yuan ($4.2 billion), according to the Baotou Daily.

  • Police office shaped like Mongolian yurts


    Recently, two police offices were built in the shape of Mongolian yurts near Wulanmulun Lake and Shuangju Square in Kangbashi District, capital of Ordos, Inner Mongolia autonomous region.

  • Baotou promotes big data industry


    Baotou is the first city in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region to host a cloud computing center, leading the way in developing a big data industry in the region, according to the Inner Mongolia Daily.

  • Inner Mongolia: To tour or not to tour


    Inner Mongolia autonomous region enchants people as a natural escape with sprawling landscapes, captivating culture and fresh air that city dwellers rarely experience.

  • Children’s taekwondo championship begins


    A total of 75 players, took part in a children’s taekwondo championship from Nov 5-6, according to Baotou Daily.

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