A series of commemorative events were held to salute fallen soldiers and policemen in Inner Mongolia during the Tomb Sweeping Day.
Inner Mongolia arranged 26 public spots for local residents to commemorate their deceased loved ones during Tomb Sweeping Day to promote greener and more civilized ways to practice the traditions associated with the holiday.
An event focused on traditional Chinese food made from oats and wheaten flour, attracted dozens of foreign students and locals to experience culinary delights at Inner Mongolia University.
A ceremony to commemorate police officers killed in the line of duty was held by Inner Mongolia Public Security Bureau in Hohhot on March 31.
As temperatures rise, Inner Mongolia’s Hexigten Banner has become a paradise for migratory birds, especially swans, to rest and eat, and then continue flying to the north for breeding.
Various steamed buns in the shape of birds and animals were made by local residents in a village of Saihan district, Hohhot on April 1, a traditional way for people in Northwest China to celebrate the Qingming Festival.
A poetry recital was held at a primary school in Hohhot on March 31, with the purpose of gathering young pupils to celebrate the warm spring and letting teenagers experience the beauty of poetry.
The Men’s Freestyle Wrestling Qualifier for the 13th National Games in conjunction with a national-level men’s wrestling championship began in Inner Mongolia’s Ulanqab on March 29.
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.
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.