New discoveries from the ruins of a gigantic, prehistoric stone city in the north of China may unveil how an early civilization emerged along the Yellow River more than 4,000 years ago.
An intangible cultural heritage exhibition covering the Yellow River region officially kicked off on Sept 6.
In Chifeng the image of a C-shaped dragon is almost ubiquitous: by the exits of railway stations, on shop posters, and even as decorations on the desserts in bakeries.
The Bonfire Festival recently kicked off in Oroqen autonomous banner to preserve traditional customs and boost tourism development.
Boasting a long history and a rich regional culture, the Inner Mongolia area offers a great amount of relics gathered over ancient times.
Inner Mongolia has recognized a raft of intangible cultural heritage items – ranging from opera, to lantern festivals, as well as handcrafts and local wine.
A video conference of directors of the bureaus of the cultural relics of nine provinces and autonomous regions on the Tea Road of Ten Thousand Miles was recently held to discuss tasks related to the road.
Three archaeological projects in Inner Mongolia autonomous region were included on the list of China's top 100 new archaeological discoveries in the new era.