Rape flowers enjoy full bloom on the grassland in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. With cattle grazing on the grassland and herdsmen pasturing horses, Inner Mongolia is embracing its best season.
Occupies 12 percent of the total area of China, Inner Mongolia enjoys a reputation for vast grassland, Mongolian yurt and folk customs of Mongolian. More than 100 nutritious pastures including clover and needle grass are lushly grown here, weaving a green thick rug for the pastureland. It is also a pure sanctuary far from being polluted, thus the meat, dairy food and fur produced here are highly favorable.