Yi ethnic group celebrates traditional festival in Yunnan Province – Culture China

Yi ethnic group celebrates traditional festival in Yunnan Province – Culture China.

Bailuo people celebrate their traditional “Qiaocai Festival” at Chengzhai Village in Malipo County of Wenshan Zhuang-Miao Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China’s Yunnan Province, May 14, 2013. The Bailuo people living in Wenshan is a subline of the Yi ethnic group. The Qiaocai Festival, one of the Bailuo people’s most important festival, was celebrated at Chengzhai Village on Tuesday. During the festival, the Bailuo people dress in their folk costumes and perform their traditional dancing. (Xinhua/Qin Lang)

A foreign visitor looks at the traditional headdress of Bailuo people at Chengzhai Village in Malipo County of Wenshan Zhuang-Miao Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China’s Yunnan Province, May 14, 2013. The Bailuo people living in Wenshan is a subline of the Yi ethnic group. The Qiaocai Festival, one of the Bailuo people’s most important festival, was celebrated at Chengzhai Village on Tuesday. During the festival, the Bailuo people dress in their folk costumes and perform their traditional dancing. (Xinhua/Qin Lang)

Lu Xiaozhong, the inheritor of Bailuo culture of Chengzhai Village in Malipo County of Wenshan Zhuang-Miao Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China’s Yunnan Province, leads the villagers in performing their traditional “Qiaocai dancing” in the village, May 14, 2013. The Bailuo people living in Wenshan is a subline of the Yi ethnic group. The Qiaocai Festival, one of the Bailuo people’s most important festival, was celebrated at Chengzhai Village on Tuesday. During the festival, the Bailuo people dress in their folk costumes and perform their traditional dancing. (Xinhua/Qin Lang)

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