Traditional peruvian bride in Sacred Valley near Cuzco, Peru.
2010-03-09, Sacred Valley, Peru, South America: Traditional peruvian bride during wedding ceremony in Sacred Valley near Cuzco, Peru. - Editorial image High resolution version and licence for printing are available on request: www.kadaj.art.pl
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Two happy Thai children in traditional costume
A school visit to the local temple. I seem to get more views of this photo than others. I have some recent updates in the new set below, where the children's classes put on shows for their parents. Link: www.flickr.com/photos/rakpasa/sets/72157629054422227/
Jeffrey Friedl's Blog » Kids in Kimono: Cute Enough to Eat
Next Saturday is shichi go san – “7 5 3” – a traditional festival celebrating kids aged 7, 5, and 3 years old. (It's taking a will of steel to refrain from the pun of calling this festival “odd”.) Wikipedia has a short little writeup describing it, how often it's the first time for kids to dress up in fancy kimono (girls) or hakama (boys), and such. Although it's not until next week, this past...
vietnam - ethnic minorities
Red Hmong girl in traditional dress. The Hmong, also known as the Miao, originated from southern China and started to settle in Vietnam during the 19th century when they built hamlets in the highland regions of Ha Giang and Lao Cai provinces. The history of this emigration is closely linked to that of the Hmong struggle against the Chinese feudal authorities. The Hmong belong to the Hmong-Mien group of the Austro-Thai language family. Because of their dispersion and geographical isolation…