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Dali Lake: A pearl in the prairie
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  • A lakeside stele inscribed with the name of the lake, Dalinor Lake
  • Dali Lake reflects the white clouds in the sky
  • Tourists take a boat tour in Dari Lake
  • A bird glides over Dali Lake
  • A tourist walks along a boardwalk built to protect Dali Lake’s surrounding wetlands and minimize the impacts of tourism on the local environment
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Summer is the best time to visit Dali Lake, which is located in Hexigten Banner of Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The lake is also known as Dalinor, which means a lake as beautiful and wide as the sea in Mongolian.

In recent years, the local government has increased its efforts to protect the lake. And the lake has grown into a tourist destination with varied landscapes, including prairie, wetland and forests.

(Text and photos by Yin Kang)

Copyedited by G.P. Wilson

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