|Inner Mongolia Women's Federation organizes a special Ulan Muqir performance on November 30 in Hohhot, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. [nmwomen.org.cn]|
Inner Mongolia Women's Federation organized a special performance to pay respect to Ulan Muqir (Red Bud Troupe), a traveling troupe that travels from one grazing site to another, performing for the herdsmen, on November 30 in Hohhot, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
The event was further organized to carry forward the spirit of the 12th National Women's Congress (NWC).
Members of the Women's Ulan Muqir presented nine performances, attracting around 400 community citizens.
The event kicked off with a lively dance, followed by activities that relayed the spirit of the 12th NWC such as a poetry recital, folk singing, a fashion show and Errentai (a kind of folk duet), receiving warm applause from audiences.
The Women's Ulan Muqir troupe was organized by IMWF in June. Members of the troupe often give art performances to local herdsmen, aiming to carry forward local culture and encourage women to follow the Party.
Over 40 performances have been made for grassroots communities in the past five months, reaching a total of 100,000 people, according to organizers.
|The cast of the performance [nmwomen.org.cn]|
|Around 400 community citizens visit the performance of the Women's Ulan Muqir troupe. [nmwomen.org.cn]|
|Performers present the opening dance to audiences. [nmwomen.org.cn]|
|Performers give a poetry recital during the performance. [nmwomen.org.cn]|
|A woman sings a song during the performance. [nmwomen.org.cn]|
|Actors perform Errentai, a kind of folk duet, during the performance. [nmwomen.org.cn]|
|Models show local costumes to audiences. [nmwomen.org.cn]|
(Source: nmwomen.org.cn/Translated and edited by Women of China)
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