Miao Sisters Festival kicks off in Taijiang, SW China

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In this drone photo, people of Miao ethnic group attend a parade to celebrate the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

People of Miao ethnic group attend a parade to celebrate the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

People of Miao ethnic group attend a parade to celebrate the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

People of Miao ethnic group attend a parade to celebrate the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

Women of Miao ethnic group prepare for a parade to celebrate the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

Children of Miao ethnic group attend a parade to celebrate the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

People of Miao ethnic group attend a parade to celebrate the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

A dragon dance performance is staged during the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

People of Miao ethnic group attend a parade to celebrate the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

Women of Miao ethnic group take part in an embroidery competition in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

A participant carrying “sisters’ rice” with an egg attends a parade to celebrate the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

A woman of Miao ethnic group helps her daughter wear ethnic silver jewelry for a parade to celebrate the Miao Sisters Festival in Taijiang County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 21, 2024.

Recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage, the Miao Sisters Festival kicked off here on Saturday and lasts until May 5 this year.

Source: Xinhua

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