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Audio postcards released at IMNU



An audio postcard released by a workshop at the IMNU [Photo by Xu Xinyue/chinanews.com]

A set of audio postcards was recently popular among students at Inner Mongolia Normal University (IMNU) in Hohhot, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region.

These audio postcards, made by a workshop on campus, integrate music with traditional postcards.

By scanning the QR codes on the back of postcards, people can enjoy the school anthem of the university and other songs. 

“Our members coming from different colleges at IMNU, we are dedicated to promote IMNU with cultural and creative products,” said Cao Yi, head of the workshop.

According to Cao, the workshop is one of the first batch of enterprises included in the IMNU's  start-up incubator.

He said that the workshop has launched over 30 kinds of cultural and creative products since its establishment.

These postcards were well received among graduates of IMNU.

“These postcards bring me back to the college life, which is a precious memory for me,” said a graduate who asked not to be named.