PHOTOS Local Ewenki ethnic group holds traditional wedding in Aoluguya, Inner Mongolia

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Local Ewenki ethnic group holds traditional wedding in Aoluguya, Inner Mongolia

People's Daily Online

23:40, June 11, 2021

The wedding procession walks in the forest in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

A woman of Ewenki ethnic group bands a wishing silk ribbon onto the antler of a reindeer in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Liu Lei)

The bride rides a reindeer walking in the forest in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

The bride and bridegroom watch performance with elders in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

The bride rides a reindeer in the forest in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Liu Lei)

The grandmother of the bride sings during the wedding ceremony in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

The bride (2nd L) and bridegroom (2nd R) dance during the wedding ceremony in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

The wedding procession walks in the forest in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

The wedding procession walks in the forest in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

The bride poses for a selfie with her friend in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

The wedding procession walks in the forest in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Liu Lei)

The bride and bridegroom watch performance in Aoluguya Ewenki Township, Genhe City of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 8, 2021. Local Ewenki ethnic group held a traditional wedding on Tuesday in Aoluguya, during which reindeer carrying the bride and dowry walked in the forest and Ewenki people sang and danced to celebrate it. The Aoluguya Ewenki people, known as "the last hunting tribe in China," are the only ethnic minority group in China that raises reindeer. For them, reindeer were the primary means of transportation in the past, while in modern society, many Aoluguya Ewenki herders still maintain the tradition of raising reindeer. (Xinhua/Liu Lei)

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