According to the local community, the sewing culture of the Yao people dates back more than 1900 years. Learn more about the tradition and ritual around their colorful, intricate handmade garments.
Once a year, the people of China celebrate the moon to thank it for the harvest. Also called the Mid-Autumn Festival, the celebration is over 3,000 years old! This year, the festival will be held on October 1, the same day as National Day in China. Here's how people will celebrate.
In the rice-terraced mountains of Longsheng, the Red Yao tribe has lived for centuries. Hair is at the heart of the tribe’s culture, and the Red Yao women are known for their exceptionally long, dark, healthy locks. It is not uncommon for women to reach the age of eighty without a single gray hair.