T he temperature of Ningxia is comparatively lower all over the year. So the period of the days from getting warm in late spring to becoming cold in early autumn, or from May to October, is the best tourism time in Ningxia. Especially in summer, the whole Ningxia is full of vigor but free from heat, which is popular in the eastern and southern parts of China. It is a good place to avoid summer heat and enjoy the sightseeing. The trees and grass begin to turn yellow in early autumn. When you look at the yellow plants connecting with pieces of extending deserts, the scene is really grand and magnificent. It truly shows the view that “a plume of smoke rises up into the dusk sky of the great desert, while the Yellow River reflects the round Sun going down”, which was described by an ancient Chinese poet. Ningxia is the agglomeration of the Hui people. The festivals and celebrations of the Hui people have their distinct features. The most important festival to the Hui people is not the Spring Festival, but the yearly major days such as the Eid al-Fitr, the Corban Festival, the Maulid al-Nabi, the Ashura Festival, the Fatimah Festival, and the al-Mi’raj. Among them, the Eid al-Fitr, the Corban Festival, and the Maulid al-Nabi are the three major traditional festivals to the Hui people. These festivals have the characteristics of being universal, stable and commemorative. Let’s take the Eid al-Fitr and the Corban Festival as examples. In these days, all the Hui people are enjoying the holidays no matter they are religious or not, living in urban or rural areas, adults or children. The events are so large that tourists feel that they are in an exotic religious world.