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  • Coming-of-age ceremony held in Baotou


    Some 800 students of No 1 Senior High School of First Machinery Group attended a Confucian-style coming-of-age ceremony held on June 25.

  • Baotou to get military industrial park


    A military industrial park covering an area of 467 hectares is under construction in Baotou, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Baotou Daily reported on June 26.

  • Baotou gets new flight to Russia


    Flight GS7943 left Baotou Airport on June 24, heading for Irkutsk, Russia, marking the launch of a new direct flight linking the largest city of North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region with one of the largest cities in Siberia, according to baotounews.com.cn.

  • Baogang Group partners with CISRI on industrial upgrading


    Baogang Group, a State-owned iron and steel business based in Baotou, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, will cooperate with China Iron and Steel Research Institute Group (CISRI) on industrial transformation and upgrading, reports Baotou Daily.

  • Baotou students embrace Chinese classics


    A series of reading activities has taken place in Baotou, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, aimed at popularizing Chinese classics among students.

  • Experts seek desertification control solutions


    More than 30 experts from China, Mongolia and Russia gathered in Baotou, Inner Mongolia autonomous region on June 17 to visit an environment improvement project being run by Tian Long Ecology, a leading force in greenery projects in Baotou, reports Baotou Daily.

  • Baotou introduces ice and snow amusement park


    Baotou is to add diversity to summer activities available in the city by introducing an amusement park featuring ice and snow, reports Baotou Daily.

  • Ten photos from across China: June 16 – 22


    Ten photos from across China: June 16 – 22

  • Baotou Symphony Orchestra to make NCPA debut


    Baotou Symphony Orchestra is set to duet with the China National Symphony Orchestra to debut the symphony Cao Yuan Zhi Ge (Songs from the Steppe) at the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing on June 28.

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