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A taste of Baotou

Baotou specialties are mainly represented by beef, mutton and a variety of noodles. Many featured restaurants and delicacies are found in Gangtie Street, which is dubbed "the first street beyond the Great Wall".

These Chinese traditional food that you should never miss

Baotou Airport records rising passenger numbers

Baotou Airport’s total number of passengers witnessed fast growth and stood at 10,341 during the three-day New Year holiday.

Forum held in Baotou targets agritourism

The first forum in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region featuring the development of agritourism took place in Baotou on Dec 9.

Baotou metro take you to the airport

Metro provides another way of transportation that completes the city transportation system.

Baotou snacks win national recognition

Shumai, also known as Shaomai, is a kind of traditional Chinese dumpling, which originated fromInner Mongolia autonomous region.

Baotou first cooking skills competition held

Baotou first cooking skills competition held on the first floor of Victory Mall held on November 11.

Online consultation brings hope to patients in Baotou

Baotou Cancer Hospital has launched an online platform through which patients will be able to contact nationwide experts from major cities in China.

Baotou takes the biggest beefsteak cooking challenge

Baotou takes the biggest beefsteak cooking challenge on October 22.

Ceremony marks 60th anniversary of Baotou Vocational & Technical College

Ceremony marks 60th anniversary of IMUST

Inner Mongolia University of Science & Technology (IMUST), Baotou, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, marked its 60th anniversary with a ceremony attended by alumni on Sept 22.

Food recommendation: Shaomai

Alxa steamed buns

Kumiss

Mongolian boiled lamb