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Weaving profits, tradition with hand-made dresses

2014-07-04 15:56:35



Women are busy doing embroidery in Baishapo village, Southwest China’s Yunnan province on July 2, 2014. Supported by the local government, more than 1,000 women engage in the embroidery industry. While many products are sold in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, some are even exported, which increases farmers’ revenue.[Photo/Xinhua]

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