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Remote village home to China's 'last tribe'

Photo shows lush trees surrounding Wengding Wa village, the 400-year-old residence of the Wa ethnic group, on May 25, 2011. The community is nestled in the mountains 33 kilometers from Cangyuan County in the city of Lincang, which is located in southwestern China's Yunnan province. The group has been called "the last tribe of China." It has preserved the typical style of Wa residential architecture, the most primitive folk customs and the most ecological culture. This group is one of the best-preserved ancient communities in China today. (Photo by Zhang Qian, People's Daily Online)

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