Siqin ma Mongolian meal
Chifeng, "Ulanhada" in Mongolian, means a red mountain, and its name comes from the ochre red mountain in the northeast of the city. It is located on the Yingjin River in the northeastern suburbs of Chifeng City. Legend has it that the Red Mountain in Chifeng was originally called "Nine Women Mountain". In ancient times, there were nine fairies who violated the rules of heaven. Queen Mother West was furious. They panicked and accidentally knocked over the rouge box. The rouge was spilled on the Yingjin River, so nine red peaks appeared. To this day, there is still a folk song around Chifeng: "Nine Heads of Hongshan Mountain, Yingjin Water Flows Back". The famous writer Mr. Lao She once left a poem: "The Red Mountain Yingbichi on the grassland, sitting in a small pavilion looking at the willow trees, don't ask about the autumn news in the wind, the big eyes don't want to come back and the flowers have not fallen yet."