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Jpeg 59K 0111G34 Gejia women working on needle knitting the small net which is used to enclose the Gejia women's hair buns - a key part of their identifying headdress still being worn currently even when much of the rest of the costume has been exchange for western clothing. Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province.
Gejia women working on needle knitting the small net which is used to enclose the Gejia women's hair buns - a key part of their identifying headdress still being worn currently even when much of the rest of the costume has been exchange for western clothing. Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province.
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see photogallery of Ge Jia textiles: baby carriers

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