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Guizhou province, nestled among the hills in Southwest China, is the place with the second-largest outflow of workers in the country. In 2018, the number reached 9.28 million people, which equates to a quarter of its permanent residents.
The leaves of a traditional Chinese herb have become an inseparable ingredient of a promotional campaign for the distinctive ethnic culture in Southwest China's Guizhou province.
Villagers in traditional costumes attend the annual lusheng celebration at Yanying village, Danzhai county of Qiangdongnan Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture.
The woman wearing a traditional cap and a silver dress symbolizes the colorful details of the Chinese Miao village through aesthetic embroidery. She is focused on the inheritance and continuation of the Miao culture.
Unlike many other embroidery styles, the horse tail embroidery of the Shui people in southwest China is characterized by prefabricated sewing threads made up of horse tail fibers which are wound around with silk yarns.
"San Yue San", or the third day of the third month in the Chinese Lunar Calendar, falls on April 7 this year.
Models present outfits of the Bouyei ethnic group during a Bouyei ethnic outfit design contest held in Wangmo county, southwest China's Guizhou province, April 5, 2019.