An 'ear piece'

Yunnan province is famous for the wide variety of dishes and delicacies it offers. Perhaps the fact that it is home to more than two dozen ethnic groups has something to do with it. The variety and taste of and the ingredients used in dishes can differ from town to town and even village to village, except erkuai, a culinary specialty made of rice, which is omnipresent in the entire province.

Road of Histories

Nanzhao Ancient Street, with a history of more than 600 years, sows up the life of Weishan Ancient Town.

Pu-er: Yunnan's winning tea

Pu-er tea is made from rather large leaves that are oxidized twice in a process that imparts a very special earthy flavor.

Yunnan local cuisine

Yunnan province with its mild climate and abundant rainfall is home to a large variety of plant and animal species, making the ingredients used in Yunnan cuisine very diverse. Yunnan Cuisine, often referred to as Dian cuisine, has its own unique style because of its geographic location.

Peacock Dance

Nearly all the Dais, especially those in Ruili County, can dance Peacock Dance.

Zhe Pama and Zhe Mima Poetic Genesis

Zhe Pama and Zhe Mima is a voluminous poetry legend of the A Chang people.

Va Ethnic Group

In some areas in Yongde, Zhenkang and Fengqing, where a few Vas live with other ethnic peoples, the Va economy had developed into the stage of feudal landlord economy.

Waist hoops: the favorite of De'ang girls

The most striking feature of De'ang people's costumes is the waist hoops worn by De'ang girls. Besides, young people in love often choose to give a waist hoop to each other as a token of their love.

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