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Overseas Chinese's Home Coming - Walk into Wenshan Day 1 (9/25/17) -Reception dinner upon the arrival in Wenshan Day 2 (9/26/17) -Attending the inauguration ceremony of the landmark of the Hmong Migration in the old part of the city of Wenches hosted by Wenshan Institute of Hmong Studies. -Visit the Street of Hmong Costumes in the Sanding Business and Trade Center. -Tour of Wenshan Museum, Three Seven Industrial Park and Wenshan Pharmaceutical Factory. Day 3 (09/27/17) -Visit the Hmong Cultural Heritage Center at Xiangshuilong Village in Guangshan County, followed by forums on cultural exchange programs with the local Hmong fellows. -Tour of the Hmong Plantation Base in Wenshan. Day 4 (09/28/17) -Visit the Hmong Cultural Museum of Caihuaqing in Qiub...
Wenshan-Neihu Line Taipei city 1:00pm Sunday March 21st 2010 A dust storm from China arrived in Taipei city. Taiwan air-quality is affected by a sandstorm hitting the island. The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) advised the public to take precautions. The dust storm has been looming over China for the past week and slowly moved towards Taiwan. Follow the link provided below for a video documentation.
"Wenshan Dai" is a documentary film of the Dai ethnic group in Wenshan Prefecture of Yunnan Province, China. I suppose this group of Dai people to be of Central Tai group instead of the Southwestern Tai group, to which all other Dai groups in Yunnan Province belong. The evidence can be summarized from their language, culture, clothing, customs, and religious belief presented in the video. This group of Dai people may be identical with a specific western branch of the Tay people in Northern Vietnam, since both of them share similar ethnic features aforementioned. Moreover, they are both adjacently distributed crossing the Sino-Vietnamese border. I would like to carry a fieldwork research on this language in the future to test my hypothesis. 我剛看了由中國雲南文山壯族苗族自治州官方錄製的《文山傣族》的紀錄片，發現從語言、文化、服飾、習慣...
Suasana. Taipe di pagi hari
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wenshan hotspring, taroko gorge Taiwan. The original pools have all dried up and the hot spring water now comes out only at the river edge. You have to climb over the railings to reach the little pools formed by sandbags placed at the water edge
Driving in Wenshan
Here is a sample of Hmong news in Yunnan, China. I don't do any Miao/Hmong news from China updates at all. I love it how they speak Hmong so quick! And the dialect is beautiful! They speak a mixture of majority of Hmong, and a little bit of Mandarin Chinese because of the limited Hmong dictionary usage (meaning some words they don't have words for it).
Arrival at open market