China’s Inner Mongolia celebrates its 70th founding anniversary with a dazzling gala. Inner Mongolia is China’s first province-level autonomous region governed by ethnic groups. The region is known for its long history and cultural wealth, influenced by natural elements and a nomadic lifestyle.
Inner Mongolia, an autonomous region of northern China, encompasses green steppe, arid desert and lengthy sections of the Great Wall of China. The Hulunbuir grasslands, a vast livestock grazing area with hundreds of rivers and popular fishing lakes, is distinguished by its mix of Russian and traditional Mongolian herder cultures. In the remote west is Badain Jaran Desert and its immense dunes.