Live: Traditional dwellings in ancient Qiang village in SW China

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    Records carved onto bones and tortoise shells provide insights into an ancient ethnic group in southwest China’s Sichuan Province called Qiang, whose members have inhabited the area for more than 3,000 years. Besides the time-honored history, the Qiang people are proud of their unique and well-preserved cultural elements like their flute and embroidery. Joined by British vlogger Lee Barrett, CGTN reporter Yang Xinmeng visits some of the dwellings in one of the oldest Qiang villages in the area to find out more about their culture. #ChinaByRoad

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