Mashing boiled bark into paper pulp

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Video from Dimen Village of Wu Meitz mashing the boiled bark into a paper pulp. The pulp should have a dough-like consistency at the end.

Date Created

2010-07-25

File Identifier

2010_07_25_704.MOV

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Video

Keywords

Kam, Dong, Guizhou, China, Chinese Minority, Cultural preservation, Videos, Dimen Village, Crafts, Paper, Pulp preparation, Wu Meitz, 吴美芝

Location

Dimen (地扪村), Liping, Qiandongnan, Guizhou, China

Acknowledgements

Funding Provided by University of the Pacific

Disciplines

Art and Design | Art and Materials Conservation | Arts and Humanities | Asian Studies | Book and Paper | Chinese Studies | Civic and Community Engagement | East Asian Languages and Societies | Fashion Design | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Fiber, Textile, and Weaving Arts | History | International and Area Studies | Place and Environment | Race and Ethnicity | Rural Sociology | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Sociology | Sociology of Culture | Women's Studies

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Marie Anna Lee, c. 2019

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All images and videos provided in the Kam Minority Archive by Marie Anna Lee on University of the Pacific's Scholarly Commons are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND) license.

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Mashing boiled bark into paper pulp

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