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Raosanling Festival Raosanling or Three-Temple Pilgrimaging Festival is a temple fair taking place at three villages around Dali in the fourth lunar month. It is the most important religious festival in the calendar of the Bai people of Yunnan. Jul. 16, 2015
Third Month Fair This is one of the most important festivals celebrated and one of the oldest in China. For most of the peoples who live in south China, this is the major yearly festival. For the Bai, it is the most important festival. Jul. 16, 2015
Bai Food Bai Food is featured as cold and spicy. Cured ham or fish eaten with rice or flour are their favorite food. Most Bai women are masters of making pickles. Bai people like to have a special tea named Sandao Tea (also Three Course Tea). Jul. 16, 2015
Bai History The forefathers of the Bais had a close relation with the ancient Qiang people (another old ethnic group of China). They moved around the Dianchi and Erhai areas in Yunnan as early as the Neolithic Age and Bronze Age. Jul. 16, 2015
Old Town of Lijiang, the Greatest Place to Find One’s True Love The Old Town of Lijiang , also known as Dayan Town ,is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Lijiang City, Yunnan, China. The town has a history going back more than 800 years. It was once a confluence for trade along the Chama Road (Southern Silk Road) Jul. 09, 2015
Recording the Magnificent and Miserable Time At the same time , i also went to Tibet, Yunnan province to take pictures. After a long time, i realized that all the pictures i had taken followed the same pattern. In 1988, Holland World News photography exhibition came into China for the first time a Jul. 08, 2015
Kaquewa Festival of Dulong People Kaquewa Festival of Dulong Ethnic Group, spreading in all the villages and stockaded villages in the Dulongjiang River Watershed of Gongshan Derung-Nu Autonomous County ... Jul. 07, 2015
Samuel Pollard: Savior of Miao Nationality Samuel Pollard was a famous ethnologist and anthropologist. What he had done won him the title of Savior of Miao Nationality. Jul. 06, 2015
Miao Residence Because timber resources are plentiful in most Miao areas, houses are usually built of wood, and roofed with fir bark or tiles or are thatched. In central and western Guizhou, houses are roofed with stone slabs.Suspended wooden houses are a typical buildi Jul. 01, 2015
Miao Language and Script Miao language or Hmongic language, which belongs to the Miao-Yao group of the Sino-Tibetan phylum, has developed into three dialects: the dialect of western Hunan Province, the one of eastern Guizhou Province and the one of ChuanQianDian. Jul. 01, 2015
The Lusheng Festival of Miao People Lusheng Festival is also the grandest traditional festival celebrated by Miao people.It begins on the 16th day of the first lunar month, and climaxes on the 19th and 20th days.The festival features a lot of Miao ethnic activities, such as singing, bullfig Jul. 01, 2015
Miao Costume Miao costumes with unrivalled exquisiteness and rich cultural connotation, has long been famed as “the epic of Miao Nationality” or “the encyclopedia of Miao people”. Embroidery, silver ornaments and batik dying, three defining elements of Miao costumes. Jul. 01, 2015
Miao Food Miao people live on rice(especially glutinous rice), and are obsessed with sour and spicy flavor. They cannot survive three days without eating a sour dish. Their cuisine menu spans a wide spectrum of choices including chicken, pork, beef and so on. Jul. 01, 2015
Miao History Nan Wangye, a Miao writer mentioned in his book: “Miao is a weathered nationality which is subject to constant exile and eradication, just like the Jews in Europe. However, they never give up faith, dream and vision. Jul. 01, 2015
the Maling River Gorge Jun. 26, 2015
Religious Belief of Achang Ethnic Minority The Achang ethnic minority mainly resides in Yunnan Province, southern part of China. With agriculture as its primary industry, it is famous for rice planting. In the past, Achang believed in the Hinayana at large ... Jun. 26, 2015
The History of Achang People The Achang originated from the ancient Di-Qiang people, very close to the “Xun Chuan Man” in the time of Nanzhao and Dai Kingdom. The Achangs' ancestors once lived in the Jinsha, Lancang and Nujiang river valleys in northwestern Yunnan. Some of them moved Jun. 26, 2015
County Zhenyuan Jun. 26, 2015
Huangguoshu Waterfall Jun. 26, 2015
The Bull Market Daily Life, first prize singles This photo was taken in a village of the Yi nationality in China by photographer Cai Shengxiang. It was this photo which had won first prize in the category of daily life by World Press Photo. Jun. 18, 2015
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