PHOTOS New weaving techniques, patterns help people generate more income at workshop in Yunnan

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New weaving techniques, patterns help people generate more income at workshop in Yunnan

Xinhua

19:44, May 29, 2019

A woman of the Wa ethnic group arranges hand-woven products at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Lian Yi)

Villagers arrange hand-woven products at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

A woman of the Wa ethnic group weaves at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

A woman of the Wa ethnic group cuts a pattern before weaving at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

A visitor (1st R) views hand-weaving process at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

A woman of the Wa ethnic group is seen in silhouette walking at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Xue Dongmei)

A woman of the Wa ethnic group makes a pattern before weaving at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

Villagers weave at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

A villager makes hand-woven clothing at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Xue Dongmei)

A woman of the Wa ethnic group weaves at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Lian Yi)

A woman of the Wa ethnic group weaves at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

Villagers arrange hand-woven products at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

A woman of the Wa ethnic group arranges hand-woven products at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

A villager sells hand-woven products online at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

A woman of the Wa ethnic group weaves at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

Villagers arrange handwoven products at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Yang Zongyou)

A villager arranges hand-woven products at Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop in Yangluo Village of Wa Autonomous County of Ximeng, southwest China's Yunnan Province, May 28, 2019. Wa people in Yunnan is an ethnic group that lives mainly on agriculture. Many ancient cultures and traditions are well preserved in the ethnic group. Partially supported by the local government, Ximeng Impression Weaving Experience Workshop provides the locals with opportunities of learning weaving techniques and selling products of a great variety of hand-woven clothing, including folk costumes, handbags, capes, bedding, blankets, table runners and so on. New weaving techniques and patterns would help local people to generate a supplementary income. (Xinhua/Lian Yi)

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