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Jpeg 42K  9510G25 Flowery Hmong clothing hanging out to dry outside a house in small road-side village near Phong Tho (Phong Thanh) in Lai Chau Province. A woman's jacket with applied strips over the shoulders and at the end of the sleeves and with some embroidery.  To the left is probably the long waist tie and apron or possibly a baby carrier.  The head cloth will have been bought in the market - machine woven and imported from China.
Flowery Hmong clothing hanging out to dry outside a house in small road-side village near Phong Tho (Phong Thanh) in Lai Chau Province. A woman's jacket with applied strips over the shoulders and at the end of the sleeves and with some embroidery.  To the left is probably the long waist tie and apron or possibly a baby carrier.  The head cloth will have been bought in the market - machine woven and imported from China.
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