How many poses did she do in 10 seconds? 😱
Actually, it is very popular for young models to come first to China or Asia in general to master the art of posing. Let’s say fast posing 😅
Street view in Zhaoxing Dong Village at Qiandongnan Area in Guizhou Province 贵州黔东南肇兴侗寨.
Guizhou is a province in China with many different ethnic people groups. The second largest is Dong People 侗族, most this village. Read below about different nationality population in percentage in Guizhou:
苗族 Miao 1,594,939 41.48%
侗族 Dong 1,207,197 31.40%
汉族 Han 742,109 19.30%
水族 Shui 62,492 1.63%
布依族 Buyei 40,148 1.04%
土家族 Tujia 39,512 1.03%
畲族 She 37,3150.97%
它类无名 ethnicity not given 32,109 0.84%
仫佬族 Mulam 25,286 0.66%
壮族 Zhuang 25,257 0.66%
瑶族 Yao 24,753 0.64%
彝族 Yi 5,707 0.15%
回族 Hui 2,389 0.06%
仡佬族 Gelao1,958 0.05%
其它 Others 3,526 0.09%
Walking into Zhaoxing Dong Village, you will feel as though the clock is being turned back. All the buildings in the village are wooden-stilt houses. This is a picturesque village noted for the beautiful natural sights and unique ethnic flavor, surrounded by verdant mountains with a crystal stream running through.
In Zhaoxing Dong Village, everything is simple and far removed from the influence of modern urbanised city life. Only the murmur of the little brooks, the happy songs of Dong People and the rhythmic beating of the rods for laundry will provide the occasional sounds of daily life.
The verdant mountains, simple but elegant houses and the smiling faces of Dong People will greet you and complete this natural feast for your senses.
📍Photo credit: @trystane
📍Selected by: @linas_travelphotography
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Btw some of you have been asking and yes the virus in China is very scary but as of now my friends and I are all safe. Having said that I have some friends in the quarantine zone who I’m really worried for. Please keep them and everyone in China in your prayers 🙏 ...