Ancient arts

Source: Globaltimes.cn Published: 2015/4/23 17:50:06

  • A group of Ge people are painting batik decorated patterns on April 23. Ge people, an ethnic minority group living in Huangping county, Southwest China's Guizhou, is said to be the 57th ethnic minority in China and claimed themselves to be offsprings of Houyi, the mythological Chinese archer. Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT

  • A group of Ge people are painting batik decorated patterns on April 23. Ge people, an ethnic minority group living in Huangping county, Southwest China's Guizhou, is said to be the 57th ethnic minority in China and claimed themselves to be offsprings of Houyi, the mythological Chinese archer. Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT

  • A group of Ge people are painting batik decorated patterns on April 23. Ge people, an ethnic minority group living in Huangping county, Southwest China's Guizhou, is said to be the 57th ethnic minority in China and claimed themselves to be offsprings of Houyi, the mythological Chinese archer. Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT

  • Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT

  • A group of Ge people are doing the Bamboo dance on April 23. Ge people, an ethnic minority group living in Huangping county, Southwest China's Guizhou, is said to be the 57th ethnic minority in China and claimed themselves to be offsprings of Houyi, the mythological Chinese archer. Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT

  • A group of Ge people are doing the Bamboo dance on April 23. Ge people, an ethnic minority group living in Huangping county, Southwest China's Guizhou, is said to be the 57th ethnic minority in China and claimed themselves to be offsprings of Houyi, the mythological Chinese archer. Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT

  • A group of Ge people are painting batik decorated patterns on April 23. Ge people, an ethnic minority group living in Huangping county, Southwest China's Guizhou, is said to be the 57th ethnic minority in China and claimed themselves to be offsprings of Houyi, the mythological Chinese archer. Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT

  • A group of Ge people are painting batik decorated patterns on April 23. Ge people, an ethnic minority group living in Huangping county, Southwest China's Guizhou, is said to be the 57th ethnic minority in China and claimed themselves to be offsprings of Houyi, the mythological Chinese archer. Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT

  • Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT

  • Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT

  • A group of Ge people are doing the Bamboo dance on April 23. Ge people, an ethnic minority group living in Huangping county, Southwest China's Guizhou, is said to be the 57th ethnic minority in China and claimed themselves to be offsprings of Houyi, the mythological Chinese archer. Photo: Xu Liuliu/GT






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