See the real sheep! The first batch of 4000 live sheep donated by Mongolia has entered the country

category:Hot
 See the real sheep! The first batch of 4000 live sheep donated by Mongolia has entered the country


China and novel coronavirus pneumonia have been formally prepared to hand over to Mongolia after 30 thousand months of careful preparation.

On October 22, the first batch of 4000 Mongolian donated sheep entered China through Erlianhaote port. On the premise of ensuring the safety of epidemic prevention, China and Mongolia held a handover ceremony at Erlianhaote zamenud port. Ren Hongbin, Assistant Minister of Commerce, attended the ceremony and delivered a speech. The ceremony was attended by Bu Xiaolin, chairman of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region government, Huang Zhiqiang, vice chairman, Chai Wenrui, Chinese ambassador to Mongolia, representatives of foreign affairs, customs and border defense departments, mendsaihan, Minister of food, agriculture, animal husbandry and light industry of Mongolia, menghejin, Vice Foreign Minister, and badrile, Mongolian ambassador to China.

Wei endText.video -infoa{text-d ecoration:none;color :#000;}# endText.video - infoa:hover {color:#d34747;}# endText.video -listli{ overflow:hidden;float :left;list- style:none;width :132px; height:118px;position :relative; margin:8px3px0px0px; I am sorry. entText.video -lista,# endText.video - lista:visited {text-d ecoration:none;color :#fff; I am sorry. endText.video - list.overlay {text- align:left;padding :0px6px;background-color:#313131;font- size:12px;width :120px; position:absolute;bottom :0px; left:0px;height :26px;line- height:26px;overflow :hidden;color:#fff;}# endText.video - list.on {border- bottom:8pxsolid#c4282b ; endText.video - list.play { width:20px;height :20px; B ackground:url ( http://static.ws.126.net/video/img14/zhuzhan/play.png ); position:absolute;right :12px; top:62px;opacity :0.7;color:#fff; filter:alpha (opacity=70);_ B ackground:none;_ filter:progid : DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader (src= http://static.ws.126.net/video/img14/zhuzhan/play.png );}# endText.video - lista:hover.play { opacity:1;filter :alpha(opacity=100);_ filter:progid : DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader (src= http://static.ws.126.net/video/img14/zhuzhan/play.png ; }if(1/*/(iPhone|iPad|iPod|Android|NETEASEBOBO|blackberry|bbd+)/ ig.test ( navigator.userAgent )||/safari|chrome|firefox/i.test( navigator.userAgent )*/){varstr1=; varstr2= your browser is temporarily unable to play this video Frequency. < / video > ; document.getElementById (FPlayer1404863609673). parentNode.innerHTML=str1 +See the real sheep! The first 4000 live sheep donated by Mongolia have entered the country (source: ~) window.NTES&&function (d){varf=function(c){varb=c.getAttribute(flashvars),a=c.getAttribute(repovideourl).replace(.flv,- mobile.mp4 );h=d(c. parentNode.parentNode.parentNode ) g=; if(1/*(iPhone|iPad|iPod|Android|NETEASEBOBO|blackberry|bbd+)/ ig.test ( navigator.userAgent uff09*/) {g = < videocontrols = controls preload = auto width = 100% height = 100% > < sourcetype = video / MP4 SRC + A + > your browser is temporarily unable to play this video. < / video >; ntES (. Video > )- inner.video ).attr(style,background:#000;);}h.$(.video)[0].innerHTML=g;}, e=function(b){vara=d(b. parentNode.parentNode.parentNode );a.$(li).removeCss(on),b.addCss(on),a.$(.video-title)[0].innerHTML=string== typeofb.textContent?b .te xtContent:b.innerText , A. $(. Video title) [0]. SetAttribute (URL), A. $(. Video from) [0]. InnerHTML = (source: + b.getattribute (source) ), f (b);}; window.continuePlay=function (){vara,b=d(d(.video- list.on )[0].nextSibling);3==b.nodeType&&(b=d(b.nextSibling));if(b&&d(.video-innerinput)[0].checked){e(b);}},function(){vara={ init:function (){if(d(.video-listli)[0]){d(d(.video-listli)[0]).addCss(on), this.eventBind ();}}, eventBind:function (){d(.video-listli).addEvent(click, function(b){e(d(this)),b.preventDefault();});}};a.init();}();}(NTES);

See the real sheep! The first 4000 live sheep donated by Mongolia have entered the country (source: ~)

On the same day, the all China Philatelic Federation issued the commemorative cover of 30000 sheep presented by Mongolia to China to commemorate the friendly story of China and Mongolia in keeping watch and helping each other and cooperating in the fight against the epidemic.

Mongolias donation of 30000 sheep to China is an important consensus reached by the two heads of state, which reflects the strong support of Mongolia for the Chinese government and people in fighting the epidemic, and highlights the profound friendship between China and Mongolia and the two peoples. At present, 30000 sheep donated by Mongolia to China have entered the immune free zone of Zamyn uud in Mongolia for isolation. According to the plan agreed by both sides, 30000 sheep will be transported to China by mid November in batches and transported to Hubei Province after processing in Erlianhaote to pass on the Mongolian government and peoples hearts to Hubei people who have made great contributions to the fight against the epidemic.

Related reports

Why do Mongolian people donate sheep: the first choice for gifts

In order to support Chinas anti epidemic, Mongolia decided to donate 30000 sheep to China.

Mongolia is serious about donating sheep. In order to meet the quarantine agreement between China and Mongolia and ensure the quality of mutton, the Mongolian government not only allocated special funds to collect the best sheep in Mongolia, but also selected September, the most fertile sheep, to solemnly deliver 30000 fat sheep to China. At the critical moment of the epidemic, why does Mongolia have to make great efforts to transport a flock of sheep?

When Bai Yansong interviewed Chai Wenrui, the Chinese ambassador to Mongolia, he could not help asking this question: why do Mongolia donate sheep to fight the epidemic? Ambassador Chai Wenrui said that there are special considerations in the gift list for 30000 sheep. Mongolian friends believe that sheep are warm and are the first choice for gifts, which also implies sincerity. In addition, Ambassador Zeng xiangchai, speaker of the Mongolian parliament, said that mutton is the best tonic. He hoped that the Chinese people could enhance their resistance and immunity and overcome the epidemic situation as soon as possible.

Ambassador Chais reply showed that Mongolian friends gift list was carefully considered, and sheep were their best choice for AIDS to the epidemic. So, in the eyes of Mongolians, what kind of treasure is sheep? Before the vicious epidemic, Amway is not forgotten?

Sheep, good luck

The sky is grey and the wild is vast. Cattle and sheep can be seen in the wind and grass.

When it comes to the Mongols, we can always think of their unrestrained galloping on the grassland. It is hard to imagine why the gentle animals like sheep make Mongolian people like them. In fact, different from the unrestrained freedom on horseback recognized by the public, grassland life is poor and hard-working, but it is still precariousu2014u2014

The terrain of Mongolia Plateau is complex, full of dangers, rare precipitation and frequent extreme weather. If the rainfall is reduced by a few millimeters, the grassland will dry up and the herds will starve to death; if the rainfall is too much, the snowstorm in winter can be fatal; no matter how many livestock we have, an epidemic can destroy the family property.

Once bankrupt, the herdsmen have to step into the grassland to seek a trace of life, to seek opportunities to be taken in, or to search for the weak to be plundered. The herdsmen who live on the grassland are far away from wanton and unrestrained.

The harsh living environment forced the herdsmen to be brave and fierce, but for the Mongols, it was not too much to be cautious, because the grassland would not allow mistakes.

For the Mongolians, sheep are a kind of spirit that can predict good or bad luck. According to the traditional Mongolian belief, because sheep are weak and cowardly, they are easy to be prey of birds of prey. Therefore, in the long-term survival and reproduction, they have evolved the ability to foresee the danger, and can find out the crisis ahead of time so as to save the danger. Therefore, the Mongols have strict requirements on the way of slaughtering sheep. According to the imperial law dazasa formulated by Genghis Khan, the Mongols must slaughter sheep by the method of bloodless death, which is also the principle that the Mongols abide when executing the noble nobles.

When killing sheep, they land their backs on the ground and face the sky, because the Mongolians believe that as long as the sheep look up to the sky at the end of their lives, their souls can return to the eternal Heaven. After immobilizing the sheep, the Mongolians cut an opening in the chest of the sheep and poked their hands into the aorta, causing fatal internal bleeding. The blood will be stored in the chest of the sheep and will not be thrown on the ground.

Sheep are an important sacrifice in sacrifice. The Mongols slaughtered the sheep without bleeding, then took out the heart of the sheep and put it in a bowl to offer it to the supreme God. Later, while calling for the gods of all levels in traditional belief, the sacrificial masters pointed out all parts of the sheep with their swords, implying that each part of the sheep corresponded to the gods of all levels.

In Mongolian traditional belief, there is a mysterious corresponding relationship between sheep and God of heaven. However, since eternal Heaven is endless and has no entity, only sheep can be felt. Therefore, we can pray to sheep and worship sheep as the representative of eternal Heaven. By sacrificing sheep, people can reach an agreement with the God and pray for prosperity and health. As the intermediary of God, sheep are even the symbol of God, which can repose the wish of praying for disaster.

Today, Mongolian people still use this method to kill sheep

The Mongolians believe that the meek and friendly sheep provide their owners with wool and milk before their death and meat and skin after their death, which will also frighten the demons and monsters and sweep away the evil spirits. Therefore, sheep are also endowed with the meaning of exorcism and exorcism.

The Mongols rely on sheep to drive away evil spirits and seek refuge in all major events of life. When the bride is married, the procession will hold an exorcism ceremony before arriving at the grooms house. One person in the procession raised the ribs of the sheep and threw salt, tea, flour wine, milk and other things on the bride to prevent disasters from invading her new home, and to send the bride to a new stage of life. After the birth of a newborn, in order to get rid of the disasters that children may be contaminated with, Mongolians will hang mirrors, tiger claws, yellow sheep horn, sheep leg bones and goat hooves on the roof of the babys rocking car, hoping that the sheep will take care of the children and protect them, so that the fragile baby will not be invaded by ghosts.

The Mongolian people in Erdos still keep the custom of eating sheeps head on New Years Eve. Before eating, the elders of the family will uncover the upper and lower jaws of the sheeps head to frighten the hungry ghosts with the mouth wide open and the teeth exposed, so as to prevent the ghosts from making trouble in the new years Eve. This coincides with the Han peoples behavior of expelling Nian with firecrackers during the Spring Festival.

Therefore, this gift list of 30000 sheep really carries the direct and warm blessing of the Mongolian people. In addition to blessing, in the eyes of Mongolians, mutton has the function of being comparable to medical supplies. Since ancient times in China, there has been a saying that ginseng invigorates Qi and mutton replenishes shape. Mutton is not only delicious to Chinese people, but also beneficial to health. However, Mongolian medicine has always paid attention to the principle of emphasizing food and valuing goods, and followed the treatment order of first taking food therapy, then life medicine. Therefore, mutton is a good medicine for Mongolian people who take mutton as their staple food.

Sheep, good body

In Yuan Dynasty, Hu Sihui, a famous traditional Chinese medicine doctor, compiled a book named Yin Shan Zheng Zheng. Among the 95 prescriptions recorded in the book, 75 of them were based on sheep, which can be said to be the absolute center of Mongolian dietotherapy theory. Yin Shan Yao Yao contains mutton taste sweet, hot, non-toxic. The main warm, headwind, strong wind, sweat, fatigue, cold, tonic Qi

In the view of the people of Yuan Dynasty, mutton is tonic, mild and smooth, and has good therapeutic effect. The Mongolian court of Yuan Dynasty often prepared Mashi soup with mutton as the raw material. This warm tonic soup can not only drive cold and keep fit, but also is very delicious, which is deeply loved by Mongolian nobles.

The production method of Mashi soup is completely preserved in the book Yin Shan Yao Yao: mutton with one foot, unloading into an event; five fruits of grass; two coins of guangui; half a liter of beans, smashed and peeled. The right pieces are boiled together into soup and filtered; when cooked, return to the mixture of beans, one liter of fragrant japonica rice, one coin of masidaki, a little salt, and mix well. Add meat and coriander leaves

Huihui beans are also called Nahe beans, which are commonly used in Western food chickpeas. Guangui is the best cinnamon. Mastaji, also known as frankincense, is the resin of Pistacia chinensis. It is a kind of precious spice, which was often used as seasoning in Yuan Dynasty. The mutton is supplemented with caokuo and guangui soup. Caoguo and guangui can remove the fishy smell and make the mutton delicious and strong, giving the mutton a mellow and rich taste. After the soup is cooked, filter out the impurities, mix in chickpea, fragrant rice, frankincense, coriander, and then cut several pieces of cooked mutton, add a little salt to eat. Masiji soup combines the delicacy of grassland sheep and the rich flavor of western regions. Huihui beans and masdaji are the specialties of the western regions at that time, which are rarely seen in the Central Plains. Therefore, this meal can only be born in the Mongolian Empire where China and the West converge.

Nowadays, chickpeas and frankincense can be easily bought. In the kitchen at home, you can also try to make Mongolian imperial food and drink masji soup to imagine the song and dance of the Great Khan court.

Chickpea and mutton soup

Mongolian grassland also spread a soup with simpler materials and easier production, called mutton soup. John pranno gabini, who was on a mission to Mongolia, once enjoyed the charm of mutton soup. He recorded in his going to Mongolia that when we drink enough (sheep) broth, we completely recover from fatigue. In my opinion, it is the most healthy drink and extremely nutritious.

If you dont want to enjoy the Royal meal of the Mongolian royal family, you can also try the mutton soup which is more simple but enough to cure fatigue: half a catty of mutton is finely cut; one radish is sliced; one is grass and fruit; one is orange peel; one is ginger; one is Piper; one is pepper; the other is green onion. Right piece of water boiled into juice, salt, sauce soup, the bottom of the son, for soup. Clear the soup and make porridge

Mutton soup is very easy to make. Cut half a catty of mutton, sliced radish, add in the grass and nuts, ginger, Piper, pepper, scallion and so on. It can be boiled into noodle soup by adding noodles, and can also be eaten by filtering out the soup. It is a good daily tonic for herdsmen. Piper Piper is the ear of Piper piper. It is widely grown in Yunnan, Guangxi, Guangdong, Fujian and other places. It is also produced in Southeast Asia and can be easily purchased today. Caokuo, ginger, Piper, pepper and green onion are all seasonings to remove fishy smell and freshness. Boiled into mutton soup will not destroy the harmony of the soup, but will play a role in removing oil and greasy, clearing heat and reducing fire. The mutton soup and noodles are cooked together. The noodles are full of the sweetness of the mutton soup. They are smooth and refreshing, and satisfy their hunger.

Mutton noodle soup

Steamed stuffed bun with smallpox

The nourishment of mutton made the Mongols strong and strong, galloping on the grassland, but even the strongest soldiers could not resist diseases. In the face of pain, sheep is not only a good tonic, but also a herbal medicine. Mongolians believe that sheep head, sheep brain, sheep blood, sheep viscera, sheep bone, sheep marrow, goat milk and so on have medicinal effect, for example, sheep bone can cure waist and knee weakness, fatigue due to deficiency of labor, sheep liver can clear eyes, sheep head can treat dizziness, weakness of hands and feet, and sheep heart can treat heart shock, heart deficiency, depression and so on.

In the diet book dietary instructions of the Yuan Dynasty, there is a record that mutton head and hoof can treat edema: sweet taste, flat nature, edema people eat it, 100 different healing. Zhu Danxi, a doctor of Yuan Dynasty, also recorded the medicinal effect of sheep in the supplement to the meaning of materia medica: it is necessary to treat the teeth and remove the cavity (mutton and sheep tibia) In addition, mutton can also be boiled with other medicines to increase the efficacy. For example, it can be boiled with grass nuts and wheat kernels to make barley soup, which can warm the middle and lower Qi, strengthen the spleen and stomach, stop thirst, break cold air, and remove abdominal distension.

Although the use of sheep as a medicament mainly follows the idea of supplementing the shape with shape, which contains the simple idea of what to eat and what to eat. From todays perspective, such treatment has no practical effect, but is a kind of psychological comfort.

Today, 30000 sheep are on their way from Mongolia to China. As a spiritual object, sacrifice and medicine, sheep are entrusted with the wishes of Mongolian people to eliminate evils and disasters, pray for blessings and fear diseases, and strengthen health, and also reflects the determination of the Chinese and Mongolian people to jointly overcome the epidemic situation.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }The first batch of 4000 donated sheep from Mongolia came into China_ NN4994

The first 4000 donated sheep from Mongolia