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Amelie Degrande
posted on Thursday, May 17th 2018 at 02:13
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May First means HOLIDAY for most of us. But for the Wa people of Cangyuan, it means it’s time for the Mud Rubbing Festivities to start. During this festival people smear each other with ash, ox blood and mud to bring each other good fortune and peace and frighten away evil. 

Chloe Zhou
posted on Wednesday, May 2nd 2018 at 01:32
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With a history of more than 2,000 years in papermaking since the middle of the Tang Dynasty, Shiqiao Miao village is considered as the “living fossil” of ancient papermaking. It is one of the four gems of ancient China.

wonyunkun
posted on Saturday, April 28th 2018 at 00:27
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When you are in Kunming, a visit to the Western Hills is a MUST! Last weekend, we hiked up the mountain, visited temples, admire the wide views of Dianchi Lake and the stone carvings on the face of the cliff...

Anonymous
posted on Tuesday, April 24th 2018 at 19:00
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Yunnan is China's most diverse province with colourful culture, ethnic minorities and landscapes. For western travelers, there is a popular route that passes through three iconic places: Dali, Lijiang and Shangri-la. Learn more about our guests unique view of Lijiang...

Amelie Degrande
posted on Sunday, April 15th 2018 at 18:26
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Have you ever heard of the Water Splashing Festival? In the little Mengka village, villagers have their own traditional way to celebrate this festival: dancing, offerings, drums, prayers, firecrackers,...and of course watersplashing!