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New York Chinatown: Resurfacing 80's Chinatown Through Old Negatives If photograph is a time machine that takes you back; camera, then, is the creator that builds the scene where you back. What would come up with you while an old photographic series dating back ... Sep. 01, 2017
Traditional Costume of Wa Minority The Wa people like to wear homespun clothes, each geographical area having its own distinctive style. Most like black clothes with red decoration. Men usually wear short black collarless coats and loose trousers... Aug. 31, 2017
Traditional Cuisine of Wa People The Wa people have two or three meals a day. Their staple food is rice, which is complemented with kaoliang, buckwheat, maize and beans. Chicken congee and camellia congee are regarded as their delicacies... Aug. 31, 2017
History of Wa Minority There are several different legends about the origin of the Wa Ethnic Minority: the Wa people came out from "Sigang Li", and it means that the ancestors of the Wa people come out of a gourd or a cave in... Aug. 31, 2017
Upcoming International Ecological Photography Exhibition in Caidain 2017 International Ecological Photography Exhibition in Sino-French ecological demonstration city (Caidian District of Wuhan) held by local government and Global Photography will kick off on Sep.26, 2017. Aug. 31, 2017
Magnum and Me: A Personal View As the agency turns 70, Magnum’s Executive Director David Kogan offers an intimate perspective on photography and why it matters Aug. 30, 2017
Rich Literary Tradition of Yugur People The Yugurs have a rich literary tradition handed down orally, such as legends, folk tales, proverbs and ballads. The folk songs feature uniquely simple yet graceful tunes, and vivid content. The people of the Yugur... Aug. 30, 2017
Traditional Customs Taboos of Yugur Minority In Yugur ethnic minority, every family worships "Mao Deity" at home. Other people's whip, raw meat and raw skin cannot be brought into the yurt. It is said that the "Mao Deity" wears red clothes and ride a red horse... Aug. 29, 2017
Traditional Festivals of Yugur People Apart from some Chinese festivals like Spring Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, and Moon Festival, the Yugurs also observe some religious festivals. They go to temples to offer incense in Lunar January. The Lamas... Aug. 29, 2017
Yugur Clothes and Hats Yugur clothing has been influenced by the clothes of Mongolians and Tibetans but has distinct features of its own. Yugur clothes reflect their animal husbandry culture. There are several styles of clothing, robes... Aug. 29, 2017
10+ images revealing the essence of beautiful life on social media Social media sites have already become a very strange place. A place where people post some unreal photos in their desperate attempt to make everyone envious. Aug. 29, 2017
Traditional Cuisine of Yugur People People of the Yugur ethnic minority mainly live on boiled lamb, tea with milk, distillate spirits and barley wine. Usually Yugur people have three meals a day. They are used to taking tea as food and... Aug. 28, 2017
Origins of Yugur Minority The Yugur ethnic minority can trace its origins to the nomadic ancient Ouigurs in the Erhun River valley during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). In the mid-9th century, the ancient Ouigurs, beset by snowstorms, feuding... Aug. 28, 2017
Origin of the Yi Torch Festival There are records about the origin of the Torch Festival in the "Kunming County Annals" written in the Guangxu period of the Qing Dynasty: "There was a Yi woman Anan in the Han Dynasty. Her husband was... Aug. 25, 2017
Flourishing Literature and Art of Yi Ethnic Minority The literature and art of Yi ethnic minority are flourishing. The Yi people have created a great deal of historical and literary works written in the old Yi language and folk literary works handed down orally... Aug. 25, 2017
Interview Revealing How the Cinematic Scene Created from Lucas Dragone The starting point of this project was violence against women from physical to sub-til psychological. The project is done in collaboration with Braseap-Cap Info asbl, a non-profit training center ... Aug. 25, 2017
Yi Torch Festival The Yi Torch festival features courtship rituals, music, dancing around huge bonfires and bloodless bullfights. In the daytime, a ceremony is held to offer prayers to the gods or spirits associated... Aug. 25, 2017
Eating Habits of Yi People In most Yi areas, corn, buckwheat, and potatoes are the staple food. Meat includes beef, pork, mutton, chicken and so on. They like cooking meat in large joints, and meats of dog, horse, snake, and frog are forbidden... Aug. 24, 2017
History of Yi Minority Historical records written in the Han and the old Yi languages show that the ancestors of the Yi, Bai, Naxi, Lahu and Lisu ethnic groups were closely related with ancient Di and Qiang people in west China... Aug. 24, 2017
Traditional Marriage Customs of Yi Minority The Yis are monogamous, living in nuclear families. Before liberation in 1949, marriages were normally arranged by parents, and the bride's family often asked for heavy betrothal gifts. In many places, married... Aug. 24, 2017
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