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Sanxingdui culture and Yi culture

02-09-2010 10:21 BJT

In the songs of the Hmong people, the Yi were known as southern Man people. To this day, the Yi are still called Man by the Hmong. The Yi people are also the largest Tibeto-Burmese group in China with a history of 5000 yrs old. Once lived along the Weihe River under Yandi. The Yi people established the Nanzhao Kingdom as well as the ancient culture of southwest China, known as Sanxingdui. There were many unforgetable paintings about Yi Ethnic Minority culture in Pang Maokun 's works. In recent years, Pang Maokun has drawed many paintings to introduce Yi Ethnic Minority culture.

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