Miao People Show Traditional Hundred-bird Clothing in SW China

August 23, 2017
Editor: Alice Shang
A woman makes traditional hundred-bird clothing in Baibei Village of Rongjiang County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Aug. 22, 2017. The hundred-bird clothing, embroidered with colorful silk and bird feathers, is the traditional dress for festivals and important occasions of Miao ethnic group. It takes local people several months to make a piece of hundred-bird clothing. [Xinhua/Wang Bingzhen]
Women of the Miao ethnic group show traditional hundred-bird clothing in Baibei Village of Rongjiang County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Aug. 22, 2017. The hundred-bird clothing, embroidered with colorful silk and bird feathers, is the traditional dress for festivals and important occasions of Miao ethnic group. It takes local people several months to make a piece of hundred-bird clothing. [Xinhua/Wang Bingzhen]
Women embroider patterns on traditional hundred-bird clothing in Baibei Village of Rongjiang County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Aug. 22, 2017. The hundred-bird clothing, embroidered with colorful silk and bird feathers, is the traditional dress for festivals and important occasions of Miao ethnic group. It takes local people several months to make a piece of hundred-bird clothing. [Xinhua/Wang Bingzhen]
A woman embroiders patterns on traditional hundred-bird clothing in Baibei Village of Rongjiang County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Aug. 22, 2017. The hundred-bird clothing, embroidered with colorful silk and bird feathers, is the traditional dress for festivals and important occasions of Miao ethnic group. It takes local people several months to make a piece of hundred-bird clothing. [Xinhua/Wang Bingzhen]

 

 

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