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Beautiful Miao Silver Jewels With Images of Oxen

11.07.2009 · Posted in Society Articles

Living in the remote mountainous areas of southwestern China, the Miao ethnic group like and respect oxen. To them, an ox is a lucky animal. They apply the image of oxen to their embroidery, batik, and silver jewels. In the 12-year animal cycles, the year of ox is considered the most prosperous year. ...

Watch Gorgeous Silver Rings In Chinese Miao’s Moon Dance Festival

11.06.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

The Miao ethnic group residing in southwest China are famous for their colorful costumes and beautiful silver rings. During holidays like the Moon Dance Festival, Miao girls will wear rich attire to display their beauty and wealth. The Moon Dance Festival is also the best time for young people to look for their partners. Men ...

The Chinese Miao’s Silver Jewels And Their Lusheng Musical Festival

10.02.2009 · Posted in Society Articles

The Lusheng Musical Festival is an exciting and important event for the Chinese Miao people. During the festival, people wear their beautiful costumes and silver jewels, dancing and singing to express their feelings of happiness. About the origin of this festival, here is a story. ...

The Hunchback and His Banana Boy—An Interesting Story Of the Miao Who Have Silver Jewels

09.27.2009 · Posted in Society Articles

The Miao minority group living in southwestern China are well known for their beautiful handmade silver earrings, and interesting folktales. Here is a story about a boy born from a banana. ...

No Silver Jewels? The Interesting Life Style Of Chinese Four Seals Miao

08.22.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Among all the tribes of the Miao ethnic group in southwestern China, the Four Seals Miao is a conspicuous one. The women don't have silver jewelry like other tribes, but wear colorful garments embroidered with four square patterns. Their pleated skirt are usually white or light blue. Some women like to use a long, wide ...