|Ulan Muqir artists show the skills of playing matouqin, or horse-headed fiddle at Inner Mongolia Normal University (IMNU). [China Daily/Liu Wenhua]|
Ulan Muqir artists were invited to exchange skills of singing and dancing with students at Inner Mongolia Normal University (IMNU) recently.
During the event, artists showed the skills of playing matouqin, or horse-headed fiddle and Mongolian dances. They also gave suggestions to help students improve their performances.
The event is aimed at promoting traditional Mongolian songs and dances on the campus, earning acclaim from students.
|An Ulan Muqir dancer instructs students at IMNU. [China Daily/Liu Wenhua]|
(Source: China Daily)
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