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Embroidery craftsmanship gets more women employed

Updated: 2020-09-11 15:16:49

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Four embroiders from Guizhou province display their handicrafts at the 2020 China International Fair for Trade in Services, Sept 7, 2020. The four embroiders from the Miao ethnic group are participants of a non-profit project called "Made by Moms", which enables low-income women to make money through producing handicrafts that feature China's intangible cultural heritage. 49 workshops have been established since the initial launch of the program, with over 4,000 women being employed, which is a big improvement to their lives and at the same time can help with many social problems related to "empty-nest" seniors and "left-behind" children. [Photo/Xinhua]

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