Grand Ceremony Held to Showcase Traditional Mongolian Costumes

August 11, 2016
Editor: Candy Liao
Grand Ceremony Held to Showcase Traditional Mongolian Costumes

A Mongolian boy follows the direction from his teachers and joins the performance together. [China Daily]

 

In order to welcome the media, celebrate events such as the Marathon race and help journalists experience local life, a welcoming performance was held on the square with a sculptures shaped as characters in "Journey to the West", Bagrax County, in Bayingolin Mongolian Autonomous Prefecture, the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on August 10, 2016.

Around a thousand local residents wore traditional Mongolian costumes to dance together. The performing residents were divided into couples, families and individuals. A traditional Mongolian stringed instrument performer also guided his pupils to play several songs and express the sincere wish for Bagrax County's future.

They also gave out "Khatag", a piece of silk used as a greeting gift among the Zang and Mongol nationalities, to all the guests, to show their appreciation and greet their visitors.

 

Grand Ceremony Held to Showcase Traditional Mongolian Costumes

The traditional Mongolian stringed instrument performer guides his pupils playing songs. [China Daily]

Grand Ceremony Held to Showcase Traditional Mongolian Costumes

A couple display their local costumes to the audience. [China Daily]

Grand Ceremony Held to Showcase Traditional Mongolian Costumes

Two girls group together to show the beauty of traditional Mongolian costumes. [China Daily]

Grand Ceremony Held to Showcase Traditional Mongolian Costumes

Yu Shang, national first-level actor, leads a group of children to run the Marathon race together, after the ceremony. [China Daily]

(Source: China Daily)

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