An interesting French article about Fanjing mountain from http://french.china.org.cn/travel/
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What other way is better to get a taste of this unique and ancient culture of Guizhou’s indigenous minority tribes than participating in one of their traditional festivals?
Occasionally we offer free trips for journalists, photographers, travel agents and social media mavens. This year we are taking a large group to explore the province of Guizhou. Read on if you would like to join us.
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.
For the second part of the FAM-tour in Guizhou, we visited Guiyang and a lot of Miao villages around Kaili. We explored many interesting places, learn how to make batik, paper handcrafted flower-paper, met lots of great people, and had a lot of adventures. Will you join us next time?
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.
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.
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!
In the southwest of China lies Guizhou, a magical place with always something new to discover. Here are twelve interesting facts about Guizhou most people don't know about.