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Dabaiyi wedding ceremony in China's Yunnan

2013-09-16 18:47:18

(People's Daily Online)


Dabaiyi people in a traditional wedding ceremony in Yunnan, southwest China. [Provided to people's Daily Online/ Kang Guanfu]

Baiyi people are a branch of Yi ethnic group living in Luxi county, Honghe, southwest China's Yunnan province. Baiyi people call themselves "Gepo", and they can be further divided into three sub branches, namely Dabaiyi, Xiaobaiyi, and Pingtoubaiyi. Dabaiyi people have their unique wedding customs.

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