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Drung Clothes

Drung tapestries can be seen everywhere as house decorations. They are woven by hand with colorful threads spun from cotton and flax, soft and well designed. Cloaks made of these beautiful tapestries have become their unique traditional costume.

Drung men like to carry hunting tools such as a crossbow, quiver and chopper because hunting always supplemented their income in the past. The women like to wear long-sleeved upper clothes and long skirts, and sometimes tie a flower-patterned linen apron around the waist. Their leg wrappings are also made of linen cut in strips.

Women of the Drung ethnic minority normally wear black and white striped linen or cotton clothes, and men wear a pair of short trousers. The Drung people, male and female, wear their hair down to their eyebrows in front and down to the shoulders behind. Most people like to have their upper chest wrapped with a long piece of striped linen from the left armpit to the right shoulder, leaving the left shoulder uncovered. 

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Daur De'ang Dong Dongxiang Drung Ewenki Gaoshan
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Jino Kazak Kirgiz Lahu Lhoba Li Lisu
Manchu Xibe Maonan Miao Moinba Mongolian Mulam
Naxi Nu Oroqen Pumi Qiang Russian Salar
She Shui Tajik Tatar Tibetan Tu Tujia
Uygur Uzbek Va Yao Yi Yugur Zhuang


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