Life in a Lahu village in Yunnan


An old Lahu woman smokes in the village. Photos:

Laodabao village is a typical Lahu village in Pu′er, southwest China′s Yunnan Province. 473 people of 114 families live in this deep mountain village. Traditional Lahu culture is well-reserved here.



Li Naluo, a member of the village troupe, gives performance.   


A Lahu girl learns to pat drum from her parents.   


Lahu children learn to sing Lahu songs from their parents who are members of the village troupe.   


Traditional Lahu houses in the village.   

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