Teng Ge li tala, a restuarant meaning "Heaven Prairie", inherits traditional Mongolian architecturing style, combining the modern fashion elements which fully embody Mongolian Customs. And as You can tell, it is different from common restaurants when you hear its name.
We’ve all heard of ancient healing medicines, but how effective can such old and simple concoctions be? Thanks to the recent attention that’s being given to one ancient medicine, some patients may find that the cure they’re looking for is not only cheap… but less painful than risky surgery. BON’s Susan Tart has more on the encouraging news.
Inner Mongolia is a Mongol autonomous region of the People's Republic of China, located in the country's north.
The vast grasslands have always been symbolic of Inner Mongolia. Mongolian art often depicts the grassland in an uplifting fashion, emphasizing on the nomadic traditions of the Mongol people. The Mongols of Inner Mongolia practice many traditional forms of art. Inner Mongolian specialty cuisine, largely derived from the tradition of ethnic Mongols, consists of dairy-related products and hand-held lamb. In recent years franchises based on Hot pot had sprung up from Inner Mongolia, the most famous of which is Xiaofeiyang. Inner Mongolia is also known commercially for the brand names Mengniu and Yili, both of which began with the production of dairy products and ice cream.
At just over 42 kilometers, it's the same length as any other marathon. But there was one big difference about a recent race on the outskirts of Beijing – it was run on the Great Wall of China. Here's Tom Mackenzie.
The high cost of medical treatment in China remains an ongoing problem here, particularly for the disabled. Now one province is finding a way to help patients who could otherwise go without care in the hope of making a difference. Neela Eyunni has more.