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Video from Dimen Village of Wu Yingniang with interpreters and visitors looking at field with Strobilanthes cusia (Nees) Kuntze, the source of Kam indigo dye.
Kam, Dong, Guizhou, China, Chinese Minority, Cultural preservation, Video, Wu Yingniang, 吴英娘, Jennifer Little, Anastasya Uskov, Gao Yuan, Kelseay, 高原, Farming and agriculture, Nature, Plants, Indigo, Growing indigo
Dimen (地扪村), Liping, Qiandongnan, Guizhou, China
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Marie Anna Lee, c. 2019
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