Hmong Woman washing clothes in the river, Vietnam

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washing clothes by Huu Thanh Nguyen

old Red Yao woman in Sapa, Vietnam

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Ko Pala. Province de Phongsaly - Laos. Sur routard.com, retrouvez les meilleures photos de voyage des internautes.

Groupe de jeunes femmes Ko Pala - Laos

Ko Pala. Province de Phongsaly - Laos. Sur routard.com, retrouvez les meilleures photos de voyage des internautes.

women wearing traditional dress - Saigon, Vietnam http://viaggi.asiatica.com/

women wearing traditional dress - Saigon, Vietnam http://viaggi.asiatica.com/

Rice fields - Myanmar

Working in the rice fields of Myanmar

Hmong

Hmong Clothes - Designer Outfits for Dance and Performance

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Vietnamese mother and child

Red Zao People, northern Vietnam

Red Zao People, northern Vietnam

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Myanmar, Burma.  Young Burmese Woman Rowing with one Leg, Looking for a Place to Set her Fishing Net.  Inle Lake, Shan State.  She is wearing thanaka paste on her cheeks, a Burmese cosmetic sunscreen. Cecil Images

Young Burmese Woman Rowing with one Leg, Looking for a Place to Set her Fishing Net. She is wearing thanaka paste on her cheeks, a Burmese cosmetic sunscreen.

Vietnam Original Travel est une agence de voyage au Vietnam spécialisée dans la création des voyages authentiques, des circuits sur mesure et des circuits hors des sentiers battus... Notre vocation est de vous proposer une autre manière de voyager.

The simple happiness of an ethnic girl.

Travailler aux champs au village Mai Hich à Mai Chau.  En savoir plus : http://vivutravel.fr/mai-chau-vietnam

village Mai Hich à Mai Chau

Vietnam | Rice Harvest. Bac Ha | © Edwin S http://viaggi.asiatica.com/

Vietnam | Rice Harvest. Bac Ha | © Edwin S http://viaggi.asiatica.com/

see the Rice Planting set: www.flickr.com/photos/napix/sets/72157605373398672/ Khu and Mi Tu on here back planting sticky rice “Human beings weren’t made solely to go in search of wisdom, but also to plough the land, wait for rain, plant the rice, harvest the grain, make the bread.” Paulo Cohelo Singapore Short Stories sums up the reasons why rice is expensive today: 1) Higher fuel costs, with crude soaring above US $100 a barrel and threatening to stay that way, have been a majo.....

Vietnam ~ while Mama plants rice.

Traditionally dressed Flower Hmong woman with baby in a back carrier, Sunday market, Bac Ha, NW Viet Nam | © Rick Piper

Traditionally dressed Flower Hmong woman with baby in a back carrier, Sunday market, Bac Ha, Northwestern Viet Nam.

Hmong Village Girl.  Mekong River, Laos

Hmong Clothes - Designer Outfits for Dance and Performance

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