Tag Archives: Mongolia

Landlocked Mongolia welcomed by Caofeidian to turn into land-linked

CAOFEIDIAN, April 30 – The port of Caofeidian (曹妃甸), once claimed as a ghost city in northern China, is on the way to become an international hub to take advantages of the “Belt and Road” initiative to connect between Central Asia and Europe by its superior geographical location. On April 26, Caofeidian  industrial zone’s promotion conference was attracted nearly 400 merchants, investors and local authorities from China, Mongolia, Japan and South Africa at Hebei province.

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Xi, Putin and Battulga meet in June, Qingdao

BEIJING(Naanga) —  China and Mongolia agreed to integrate the Belt and Road Initiative and Mongolia’s Development Road (formerly Prairie Road) program, according to the Xinhua Agency’s report.

China will take advantage of the essential opportunities brought by the linking of China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Mongolia’s Development Road initiative to expand cooperation in various fields and people-to-people exchange, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday(Apr 10).

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Photo Gallery of wonderful lakes

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The traditional stones of pyramid folded on the shore of lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. Photo by Naanga

Lake Baikal, etymologically meaning, in Mongolian, “the Nature Lake”, is the largest freshwater lake by volume in the world, containing 22–23% of the world’s fresh surface water. Nicknamed as “Pearl of Siberia”. Lake Baikal is attracting tourists all around the world. According to the Russian Federal State Statistics Service, 145 thousand foreign tourists visited Irkutsk and Lake Baikal in 2014. There is a tradition of tourists, they folded stones on the shore of Lake Baikal. Pyramid of stones on the shore is a common thing on Lake Baikal shore. Continue reading Photo Gallery of wonderful lakes