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Dafang lacquerware is one of the traditional arts and crafts from Bijie city of Guizhou province.
In an ethnic Dong village tucked away in the mountains, the children of German and Spanish families were running around and playing together in late October.
The development of the horsetail embroidery industry in Sandu Sui autonomous county, Guizhou province, has led to the crafts being exported to European countries including France.
Children from Southwest China's Guizhou province sang the Grand Song of the Dong ethnic group at the China National Arts and Crafts Museum in Beijing on Oct 18 for guests of the third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation.
In the remote region of Shibing county, Qiandongnan Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture, Southwest China's Guizhou province, Miao embroidery has not only lifted Miao people out of poverty, but also gained attention from people both at home and abroad.
Taijiang Poxian embroidery is a unique technique in Guizhou's Taijiang county. When making Poxian embroidery, Miao people use threads to cover the entire surface, yet the threads themselves remain invisible.
Miao paper cutting in Guizhou's Liping county serves as a kind of blueprint for Miao embroidery.