Inner Mongolia love

Definitions

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  • proper n. An East Asian region, south of Outer Mongolia (the present Mongolian republic), with closely related native Mongolian population, mostly north of the Great Wall, which however became part of the Chinese empire, and later an autonomous region in the People's Republic of China, comprising several northern provinces

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  • n. an autonomous region of northeastern China that was annexed by the Manchu rulers in 1635 and became an integral part of China in 1911

Etymologies

inner (near, seen from China) + Mongolia (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • However, eyeing a new opportunity, many businessmen in collusion with local Chinese Communist Party officials have opened or reopened hundreds of illegal (and undoubtedly unsafe) mines in Inner Mongolia, which is situated directly to the north of Shanxi province.

    China's Traffic Jam Tells A Story

  • Inner Mongolia, which is a part of China and not to be confused with Mongolia, is

    TreeHugger

  • An ethnic Mongolian, he was born in Inner Mongolia, which is part of China.

    NPR Topics: News

  • The other China, however, is western China -- the China of relatively unknown provinces such as Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi, and Xinjiang.

    Fool.com: The Motley Fool

  • Circle of Blue reports from the front lines, such as Inner Mongolia where desertification produces conditions reminiscent of the American Dustbowl.

    CSRwire.com

  • China—which rarely admits to any tension among its ethnic groups—blamed the unrest in Tibet and Xinjiang on unspecified "hostile" foreign forces, and made similar allegations about the protests in Inner Mongolia.

    China Says Foreigners Fuel Unrest in Mongolia

  • China accused "foreign forces" of trying to exploit protests by ethnic Mongolian students in Inner Mongolia, even as the government pledged to address some of the underlying issues—the mining industry's rapid expansion and its impact on the environment.

    What's News—

  • HOHHOT, China—China accused unspecified "foreign forces" of trying to exploit protests by ethnic Mongolian students in Inner Mongolia, even as the government pledged to address some of the underlying issues—the mining industry's rapid expansion and its impact on the environment.

    China Says Foreigners Fuel Unrest in Mongolia

  • Associated Press/Kyodo News Chinese paramilitary police jog in formation in Hohhot, in the province of Inner Mongolia, on Monday.

    China Makes Effort to Cool Unrest in Inner Mongolia

  • The deaths of two ethnic Mongolians this month brought to the forefront ethnic tensions bubbling beneath the surface in Inner Mongolia.

    China Makes Effort to Cool Unrest in Inner Mongolia

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