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Jpeg 57K 0111G10 Gejia dance troupe performing in Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province in November 2001. The apparently wax resist fabric in their costume - at least the headdress, apron and sleeves of the blouse - are now generally made from commercially printed fabric which imitates the Gejia traditional wax resist designs.

Jpeg 57K 0111G10 Gejia dance troupe performing in Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province in November 2001. The apparently wax resist fabric in their costume - at least the headdress, apron and sleeves of the blouse - are now generally made from commercially printed fabric which imitates the Gejia traditional wax resist designs.

藏族牧民女子四川理塘1939

Tibetan Portraits by Zhuang Xueben

藏族牧民女子四川理塘1939

Jpeg 57K 0111 A Gejia woman showing her headdress and part of her jewlery. The fabric is commercially printed to imitate the traditional wax resist designs of the Gejia. Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province

Jpeg 57K 0111 A Gejia woman showing her headdress and part of her jewlery. The fabric is commercially printed to imitate the traditional wax resist designs of the Gejia. Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province

Jpeg 41K 0111F28 Back of a Gejia woman showing her red-tassled headdress - Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province

Jpeg 41K 0111F28 Back of a Gejia woman showing her red-tassled headdress - Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province

Jpeg 57K 0111G30 Gejia woman sitting amongs her modern wax resist work made to sell to the tourists. Note her embroidered apron which is edged with some original wax resist. Her headdress is, however, made from a commercially manufactred fabric using traditional Gejia designs. Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou

Jpeg 57K 0111G30 Gejia woman sitting amongs her modern wax resist work made to sell to the tourists. Note her embroidered apron which is edged with some original wax resist. Her headdress is, however, made from a commercially manufactred fabric using traditional Gejia designs. Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou

Jpeg 58K 0100F29 Gejia woman showing her headdress. The fabric is a machine printed reproduction of a traditional Gejia wax resist design. All the women in this village seemed to be wearing the commercially printed fabric and we did not see any original wax resist being worn on headdresses. Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province.

Jpeg 58K 0100F29 Gejia woman showing her headdress. The fabric is a machine printed reproduction of a traditional Gejia wax resist design. All the women in this village seemed to be wearing the commercially printed fabric and we did not see any original wax resist being worn on headdresses. Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province.

Jpeg 38K 0111F31 Gejia woman carrying her baby on her back and showing her headdress. The fabric is a machine printed reproduction of a traditional Gejia wax resist design. All the women in this village seemed to be wearing the commercially printed fabric and we did not see any original wax resist being worn on headdresses. Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province.

Jpeg 38K 0111F31 Gejia woman carrying her baby on her back and showing her headdress. The fabric is a machine printed reproduction of a traditional Gejia wax resist design. All the women in this village seemed to be wearing the commercially printed fabric and we did not see any original wax resist being worn on headdresses. Ma Tang village, Kaili City, Guizhou province.

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