Once tin embroidery used to be a craftsmanship hidden deep between the faraway mountains, but due to the occasional encounter with domestic tourists or foreign friends, the unique Hmong minority tin embroidery from Jianhe (Qiandongnan county) became known to the world.
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There is a mysterious place, which looks just like the quiet Moors landscapes in the American movie "Maleficent", except that this is not the home of elves, but of six real-life Spider-Men.
You’ve probably heard of tie-dye before, from hippie rainbow T-shirts to DIY workshops, nowadays you can find it everywhere. But what do you really know about tie-dyeing?
In Yunnan and the rest of China, people like to eat lots of things that seem strange to us westerners. Although a lot of them may look or sound weird, most are not as bad as you might think.
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