The Miao and Dong ethnic people living in the areas in and around Kaili celebrate a lot of festivals each year. All these festivals feature colorful celebrations. A visit to any of these festivals is undoubtedly highlights that any travelers to the region don't wish to miss.
The Sisters' Meals festival is celebrated by the Miao ethnic people in southwestern China's Guizhou province, especially in the Taijiang and Jianhe counties along the banks of the Qingshui River. It i... Read more
The Lusheng Festival is the most influential festival of the Miao community. It is popular throughout Guizhou, Yunnan, and Sichuan Provinces. The Lusheng Festival in Kaili, Guizhou is the most famous ... Read more
The Dragon Canoe Festival is one of the four most important festivals celebrated by the Miao ethnic minority who lives on the banks of the Qingshui River, in southwest China's Guizhou Province. The ot... Read more
Many of the 70 Dong villages in the Miao & Dong Autonomous Prefecture in southeastern Guizhou hold bullfight competitions in late January or early February and late August or early September each ... Read more
The Dong people are an interesting ethnic group of about two million people in China who have retained a lot of their customs and traditions to the point that their architecture, dress, and customs re... Read more