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Hmong Thrills / The Black Hmong are the 3rd largest minority in Vietnam with nearly 900,000 people.

Hmong Thrills / The Black Hmong are the 3rd largest minority in Vietnam with nearly 900,000 people.

Red Dao woman, Sapa, Vietnam  http://thecoincidentaldandy.blogspot.ca/2011/10/tribal-headdresses-from-around-world.html?m=1

Red Dao woman, Sapa, Vietnam http://thecoincidentaldandy.blogspot.ca/2011/10/tribal-headdresses-from-around-world.html?m=1

Tibetan sisters in traditional costume walk on a street in Yushu, west China's Qinghai province.

Tibetan sisters in traditional costume walk on a street in Yushu, west China's Qinghai province.

The Red Dao women in Sapa | Wearing trousers with embroidery , a blouse and a jacket |

The Red Dao women in Sapa | Wearing trousers with embroidery , a blouse and a jacket |

Surma tribesmen, Omo Valley, Ethiopia. by Hans Silvester. *During the courtship season, Surma men spend hours perfecting their appearance. They create their principal body decoration by smearing the skin with a mixture of chalk and water and drawing intricate designs with their wet fingertips to expose the skin underneath (Monika Ettlin).

Surma tribesmen, Omo Valley, Ethiopia. by Hans Silvester. *During the courtship season, Surma men spend hours perfecting their appearance. They create their principal body decoration by smearing the skin with a mixture of chalk and water and drawing intricate designs with their wet fingertips to expose the skin underneath (Monika Ettlin).

China | Young Miao woman wearing a traditional costume at a Festival in a small village in south-east Guizhou province in China. | © Ocean Jeff

China | Young Miao woman wearing a traditional costume at a Festival in a small village in south-east Guizhou province in China. | © Ocean Jeff

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