CHINA What it's like along China's northern border in the new era?

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What it's like along China's northern border in the new era?

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20:54, June 26, 2022

Urban wetland in Zhangye, Gansu Province (Photos: People.com.cn)

A China-Europe freight train passes through Manzhouli, China's largest entrepôt for rail traffic, in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Subei Mongolian autonomous county, Gansu Province

Residents learn embroidery skills in Horqin Youyi Middle Banner, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Residents gather for fun at Jarud Banner, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region

The Kherlen River flows through New Barag Right Banner, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

As a famous Chinese song goes, "The beautiful grassland is my home, the breezes feel the green grass and flowers." The northern frontier of China is rich and beautiful, stable and peaceful, and full of vitality.
With thousands of kilometers of border winding through Inner Mongolia, ethnic groups unite like pomegranate seeds, building an important ecological security barrier in northern China. The different ethnic groups have forged a security and stability barrier in the northern frontier of the country.
In addition, Inner Mongolia is rich with energy, agricultural and livestock products.
It is an important area for China to open up to the north, under the Belt and Road Initiative, shaping a shared future.
(Compiled by Dong Feng)

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