Traditional embroidery of Liuduantun-style endangered

10:14, July 26, 2011      

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Mo Xiuming, 68, an elder of Chashan Yao, a branch of Yao ethnic group, makes a piece of traditional embroidery in Liuduantun Village of Yao Autonomous County of Jinxiu, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, July 25, 2011. The traditional embroidery of Liuduantun-style has become endangered owing to the development of modern society. (Xinhua/Qin Gang)

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