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Chinese ethnic minority (Yi tribe) costume | 'Faces of Cultures' | portraits | Pinterest | Metals, Costumes and Culture

Chinese ethnic minority (Yi tribe) costume | 'Faces of Cultures' | portraits | Pinterest | Metals, Costumes and Culture

Chinese-Tatar girl  The Tatar ethnic minority live mainly in Yining, Tacheng and Urumqi in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Historically this minority was known as Dada and first was mentioned in the Tang Dynasty (618 - 907). The national census in 2000 recorded 4,890 Tatars.    Read more

Chinese-Tatar girl The Tatar ethnic minority live mainly in Yining, Tacheng and Urumqi in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Historically this minority was known as Dada and first was mentioned in the Tang Dynasty -

Southwest China minority costumes * 1500 free paper dolls at international artist Arielle Gabriels The International Paper Doll Society also free Chinese paper dolls The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *

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Portrait Photography Inspiration : Photos and pictures of: Hamer girl Turmi South Omo Valley Ethiopia

Another beautiful face portrait - Fashion - Editorial - Black and White - Photography - Pose Idea

World Ethnic & Cultural Beauties

Beautiful woman looks out at the camera from a striking set of blue eyes. Her perfectly beautiful face is only a moment in your notice, because her smile attracts you first. photography of beautiful people

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78 Traditional Costumes from around the World ...

Faces of Mongolia. The traditional headwear of Mongolian ethnic group from Ordos. Displayed during a cultural festival in Hohhot, capital of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Omo Valley, Ethiopia (Different Beauty People)

c Dassanech girl with caps wig - Omorate Ethiopia. The Daasanach people collect the caps of the Coca and beers in the bars of Omorate and make wigs with them.from Eric Lafforgue's Flikr page

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Karen Walker collaborates with local Kenyan artisans for UN initiative. Noted New Zealand eyewear designer Karen Walker recently teamed up with the United Nations' International Trade Centre’s Ethical Fashion Initiative, collaborating with local.

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