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Inner Mongolia, China's northern border autonomous region, features a long, narrow strip of land sloping from northeast to southwest... more
The Mongolians have a fine cultural tradition, and they have made indelible contributions to China in culture and science... more

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China Marks 60th Anniversary of 1st Autonomous Region
About 60,000 people dressed in traditional Mongolian costume attended a grand gathering followed by a gala of dance and song to mark the event in a newly-built sports stadium in Hohhot, the regional capital.
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Vice President Lauds Inner Mongolia Achievement
Chinese vice president Zeng Qinghong lauded the achievement of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and expressed hope that the region could "explore new ways in improving ethnic autonomy".
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A Temple and a Legendary Dalai Lama
One of the most important lama shrines in Inner Mongolia, Guangzong Monastery is significant mostly as it is allegedly the place where the legendary Sixth Dalai Lama died.
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v Art Troupe Celebrates Inner Mongolia's 60th Birthday
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