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Video from Dimen Village of Wu Meitz pouring the pulp water into the papermaking mould to form a sheet of paper. She shifts the water around on the square mould to ensure that there is an even coating and then adds more coal to the fire under the pot.
Kam, Dong, Guizhou, China, Chinese Minority, Cultural preservation, Videos, Dimen Village, Women, Crafts, Paper, Pulp preparation, Making paper from pulp, Wu Meitz, 吴美芝, Wu Yingmei, 吴英梅
Dimen (地扪村), Liping, Qiandongnan, Guizhou, China
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Marie Anna Lee, c. 2019
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