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.
Imagine hundreds of villagers in forested mountains, all dressed in their Sunday best, with embroidered ethnic costumes in hundreds of different colors and patterns... Discover the amazing Yi Costume Competition with us !
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.
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.