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Traditional paper making of the ethnic minorities in China
Traditional paper making of the ethnic minorities in China

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An on-site visit to the traditional paper making workshop in Guiyang, China was conducted within the framework of the private sector funded project "Paper Conservation: Methodology of Paper Making and Paper Conservation in East Asia".
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Keywords: paper making tradition
Photographer: DU Xiaofan
Copyright: © UNESCO
Date: 3 December 2009
Place: Guizhou
Country: China

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