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15 July 2015

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Dong People Celebrate the New Year

The photo, taken on January 2, shows Dong people celebrating the completion of the new drum tower with folk custom activities such as “Duoye dance, folk songs, and traditional wedding ceremony” and ...

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Xiangxi New Year’s Celebrations

Nearly 100 ethnic cultural activities will be held to bring a traditional Chinese New Year with strong ethnic flavor to tourists.

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Yao People Celebrate Panwang Festival

On the same day, Yao people worshipped Panwang and performed traditional songs and dances to celebrate the Panwang Festival at Qianjiadong Yao Township, Jiangyong County. The festival theme this year ...

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Miao People Celebrate Sheba Festival

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“Liuyueliu” Festival Marked in Fenghuang County

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Miao People Celebrate Ganqiu Festival

The Ganqiu Festival is one of the Miao ethnic group’s grandest and most traditional celebrations. It originated from Huayuan County in western Hunan Province and is also popular in Fenghuang, Jishou,...

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22nd Hunan (Nanshan) Folk Song Festival Opens

The 22nd Hunan (Nanshan) Folk Song Festival opened in Chengbu Miao Autonomous County on July 8, the sixth day of the sixth lunar month. The county is known as the “Hometown of Chinese Folk Songs”

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How do yangnüxu (foreign sons-in-law) celebrate Chinese Spring Festival?

Recently, more and more foreigners have come to Changsha. Some settle in and love to spend Spring Festival here. Here some yangnüxus (foreign sons-in-law) share their impressions of the festival.

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Xiangxi Moni Festival

Moni Festival is originated from Tujia’s time-honored traditional customs. Tujia young men and women express their love by smearing mud on their faces and bodies.

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Suining Miao Girls’ Day

The 2018 Miao Girls’ Day will take place between May 21 and 24 in Suining County, Shaoyang City, Hunan Province.

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