'Naoyu' Festival Marked in SW China

August 7, 2016
Editor: Jane Wang
'Naoyu' Festival Marked in SW China

A woman of Miao ethnic group dances during the "Naoyu" Festival in Ma'an village of Congjiang county, Southwest China's Guizhou province, Aug 6, 2016. "Naoyu" Festival is a traditional folk custom with a history of over 450 years. People battle for catching fish for the wish of harvest and good fortune.[Xinhua]

'Naoyu' Festival Marked in SW China

People attend a fish-catching activity during the "Naoyu" Festival in Ma'an village of Congjiang county, Southwest China's Guizhou province, Aug 6, 2016. "Naoyu" Festival is a traditional folk custom with a history of over 450 years. People battle for catching fish for the wish of harvest and good fortune. [Xinhua]

'Naoyu' Festival Marked in SW China

Women of Miao ethnic group pose in the stream during the "Naoyu" Festival in Ma'an village of Congjiang county, Southwest China's Guizhou province, Aug 6, 2016. "Naoyu" Festival is a traditional folk custom with a history of over 450 years. People battle for catching fish for the wish of harvest and good fortune.[Xinhua]

'Naoyu' Festival Marked in SW China

A man demonstrates the fish he caught during the "Naoyu" Festival in Ma'an village of Congjiang county, Southwest China's Guizhou province, Aug 6, 2016. "Naoyu" Festival is a traditional folk custom with a history of over 450 years. People battle for catching fish for the wish of harvest and good fortune. [Xinhua]

(Source: Xinhua)

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