river during the period.
This history is portrayed local musical,
It tells the story of a young Russian woman, who falls in love with a Chinese gold miner. They return to his hometown, Ergun, and wed.
It’s a portrait of the marriages between ethnicities at the time. The fifth generation of their descendants live in the area today.
The city’s Liliya Manor offers accommodation in Russian-style buildings and Russian dining and cultural experiences. Its founder, Feng Yuxia, is the second-generation descendant of a Chinese-and-Russian family. She makes (bread) according to her Russian grandmother’s recipe.
Locals in traditional Russian garb greet guests by observing a tradition of offering them dipped in salt.
The manor’s Khleb Culture Center showcases culture. Visitors can watch hosts make the bread or make it themselves, and sample different flavors and shapes.
Indeed, the warmth of the locals is one of the many appeals that make Hulunbuir a hot destination in the cold season. in the