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Amelie Degrande
posted on Sunday, April 15th at 23:53
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Have you ever heard of the Water Splashing Festival? In the small Mengka Village, villagers have their own traditional way to celebrate this festival: dancing, offerings, drums, prayers, firecrackers,...and of course watersplashing. 

Chloe Zhou
posted on Tuesday, February 27th at 22:32
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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.

Amelie Degrande
posted on Sunday, January 21st at 18:07
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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?

Amelie Degrande
posted on Thursday, January 4th at 23:03
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When we think of Asia, we think of rice paddies, bamboo hats, water buffalo’s and brown skinned people. This is also true for China. To facilitate your search for your dream China, here is an overview of some of the most beautiful and stunning rice terraces in China.

Amelie Degrande
posted on Monday, January 1st at 18:18
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Once upon a time, in a small countryside valley, we hiked up and down a mountain, met a nice Miao lady, ate home-cooked food, harvested wheat and hiked up and down a mountain again ......

wonyunkun
posted on Wednesday, December 27th at 20:04
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In colorful, beautiful Guizhou, the annual Village Sweeping routine started on December 19. What makes Langde village the Hundred Festival Village, what makes its inhabitants so mysterious? Find out in this article!

 

wonyunkun
posted on Monday, December 11th at 01:47
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On December 7th, the rainy and gloomy weather in London was lit up by a group of models dressed in Chinese traditional costumes with modern flavor.

Amelie Degrande
posted on Sunday, November 26th at 18:38
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China has a lot of different ethnic groups, some of them have developed their own special games and competitions. Take a look at four of the most popular games in Yunnan!

 

Ida Fiore
posted on Wednesday, November 22nd at 21:10
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This weekend is the Hani Long Street Feast! Head south to Honghe to take part in one of the most incredible folk traditions of China. Folk music, group dances, parades, and of course delicious food and endless toasts!

Paola Faccioli
posted on Tuesday, September 12th at 02:22
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The ancient market town of Shaxi is the perfect spot for a quiet getaway from the busy tourist destinations of Lijiang and Dali. Make sure to be there on a Friday to experience one of the biggest and most interesting markets of Yunnan.

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