Photos have emerged from the moment Chinese tourists were assaulted by a Mongolian neo-Nazi terrorist group last week.
Pubished on TakeFoto.cn, one of the photos depicts a Chinese national being forced to kneel in the snow by members of the ultra-national extremist group Khukh Mongol (Blue Mongolia).
This follows a public apology made by Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj for the incident, which took place on Burkhan Khaldun mountain in Khentii province, eastern Mongolia.
According to a report by Xinhua, the extremists beat and hurled insults at the tourists.
This is not the first time that Chinese have been targeted abroad. A 2013 attack on Chinese nationals in Afghanistan left three dead, while one man managed to escape the kidnappers by untying himself and jumping from a moving car.
By Liam Bourke