Miao ethnic minority nationality lives
in Guizhou Province , Yunnan Province, Hunan Province
, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Area and Sichuan Province
. The Miao can be divided further into sub-groups
that can be distinguished by their the different
costumes, These are the ' Long Skirt Miao', '
Short Skirt Miao', ' Red Miao', 'Black Miao',
'Highland Miao' and ' Eight Villages Miao' Their
homeland has abundant supply of wood, so the architecture
of Miao consists mainly of building built with
The Miaos' people respect the old. They make bows
with hands folded in front when it is a happy
event; and women's hands are not allowed to be
shaken. When visits a Miaos' family, sitting beside
fire kang, for it is for ancestors. If the host
call you make 'Baozong', which means sleep, do
not go in bed, sleep on the shakedown, which is
for respectable. Rice, corn, potato, wheat are
their staple-food. Drinking wine is their hobby.
Almost every family make vintage. Rack is more
A man and a woman will not get married if they
in the same surname. The parents 4always live
with their youngest sons. Young people will find
a lover while sing in antiphonal style. When a
pair of lovers want to get marriage, they must
consult their parents.
Yunnan is a perfect showpiece of China's
many natural wonders, rugged, wild, and unspoiled. The province
is famed for its multitude of ethnic groups, of China's fifty-five
officially recognized ethnic minorities, twenty-five can be
found in Yunnan. Here visitors could find snow-capped mountains,
mysterious deep valleys, peaceful highland lakes, magnificent
Karst hills, tropical rainforests, and torrential rivers.
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Beijing has so much to offer travelers. The celebrated tourist
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