Exploring the traditional culture of Buyi ethnic group

 

With a population of 54,700 and with only an oral language, Yunnan Buyi Minority mainly inhabits in Luoping County, a small county lies in the relatively underdeveloped eastern part of the Yunnan Province. Buyi ethnic group have a long history of growing rice and are believed to be known as "the people of the rice paddies". Photos: China.org.cn

  

 

With a population of 54,700 and with only an oral language, Yunnan Buyi Minority mainly inhabits in Luoping County, a small county lies in the relatively underdeveloped eastern part of the Yunnan Province. Buyi ethnic group have a long history of growing rice and are believed to be known as "the people of the rice paddies".   

  

  

 

With a population of 54,700 and with only an oral language, Yunnan Buyi Minority mainly inhabits in Luoping County, a small county lies in the relatively underdeveloped eastern part of the Yunnan Province. Buyi ethnic group have a long history of growing rice and are believed to be known as "the people of the rice paddies".   

  

 

With a population of 54,700 and with only an oral language, Yunnan Buyi Minority mainly inhabits in Luoping County, a small county lies in the relatively underdeveloped eastern part of the Yunnan Province. Buyi ethnic group have a long history of growing rice and are believed to be known as "the people of the rice paddies".   

  

 

With a population of 54,700 and with only an oral language, Yunnan Buyi Minority mainly inhabits in Luoping County, a small county lies in the relatively underdeveloped eastern part of the Yunnan Province. Buyi ethnic group have a long history of growing rice and are believed to be known as "the people of the rice paddies".

  

  


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