GUANGZHOU, Nov. 17 (Xinhua) -- China's ethnic Mongolian carvinal, Naadam fair, will be introduced to south China's coastal city Huizhou of Guangdong Province on November 25, organizers said on Friday.
The two-day events, first of its kind in the coastal city, will showcase ethnic Mongolians' "three manly skills" including horse racing, Bokh or Mongolian wrestling and archery at the beach or on the yacht, organizers said.
More than 80 competitors from both northern China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and Guangdong Province will participate in the sports items.
Organizers estimated the fair, cosponsored by Inner Mongolia Chambers of Commerce in Guangdong and Huizhou, will attract thousands of tourists and local residents, who will also enjoy Mongolian costume performance, traditional Mongolian arts and dairy products.
In China, the Naadam fair is a major holiday for ethnic Mongolians featuring Mongolian sports and it is mainly hosted in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.