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GaDaMeilin Story HD

GaDaMeilin Story HD

       iOS iPad

Around the time of the 1930s, the legendary Mongolian hero Gada Meilin incited a rebellion against the decadent and corrupt Republic of the Darhan kings that hoped to gain fame through their betrayal of the grasslands, and even sacrificed his young life in order to protect the grasslands and the nomad’s happy way of life. “Gada Meilin” eventually became a beautiful hymn celebrating the Mongolian grasslands.


Features:

★ “Gada Meilin” is the epic tale of a hero. Through this story, children can gain an understanding of this important part of Mongolia’s history, as well as of the spirit of the Mongolian people.

★ The tale of “Gada Meilin” teaches children the value of protecting the environment and that the improvement of our environment is a concept that humanity must persistently pursue.

★ The story is interactive, too! Children can click to hear sentences and watch cartoons, thus allow them to directly interact with the story.

★ And one of the other main features of the story: music! The addition of music further enhances children’s comprehension of the story, while also increasing children’s sensitivity to indigenous music in general.

★ Through the beautifully efficient index interface, readers can freely pick what page to start from.

★ Use email, Weibo, Twitter, Facebook and your other social media to share this story with your friends!

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Email Support:Support@rye.hk


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Last changed:
Nov 11, 2012
Category:
Education
Developer:
lv miao
Version:
1.0
Size:
158.4 MB

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