• Tapping PPP potential up north


    The city of Baotou says it is making progress in promoting public-private partnership (PPP) projects, having put nine of them into operation in 2015, according to a Baotou Daily report of April 8.

  • Mongolian embroidery training in Inner Mongolia


    Inner Mongolia recently arranged for Mongolian embroiderers to go to Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, in the city of Hohhot, choosing 60 to take part in a month of research on China's cultural heritage and to hold Mongolian embroidery training sessions.

  • Inner Mongolia developing cross-border e-commerce business


    The government of Inner Mongolia has announced that they will develop their cross-border e-commerce business, expand the products involved.

  • Inner Mongolia protecting 'cooking oil' supply


    The Inner Mongolia government says that it is working more on "safe cooking oil" supplies over a large network, by the end of 2018.

  • Inner Mongolia local medicine center gets national funding


    The Health and Family Planning Commission of Inner Mongolia has announced that China’s Ministry of Finance and its State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine have 42.7-million yuan ($6.6 million) in a fund for the 2015-16 period for centers for Mongolian and Traditional Chinese medicines in Inner Mongolia with the help of 273 medical institutions.

  • International Children's Book Day in Inner Mongolia


    This year's International Children's Book Day, on April 2, saw many children in Inner Mongolia visiting the library to take part in reading activities.

  • Inner Mongolia pupils learn about ethnic culture


    The Inner Mongolia Children's Library in the city of Hohhot, Inner Mongolia held a "Hani card" making activity, on April 2, to teach children more about the uniqueness of ethnic traditions, using this special, traditional toy figure made with folded paper and paper-cuts, representative of the Daur ethnic group.

  • Inner Mongolia influenced by cold wave


    Inner Mongolia will be influenced by a cold wave from April 1 to April 4.

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