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Video from Dimen Village of Wu Meitz tending to the papermaking mould that she poured the pulp water onto. She props it against a pole to dry. Cotton skeins are seen off to the right.
Kam, Dong, Guizhou, China, Chinese Minority, Cultural preservation, Videos, Dimen Village, Women, Crafts, Paper, Pulp preparation, Wu Meitz, 吴美芝, Frame loom, Spinning and preparing thread, Children
Dimen (地扪村), Liping, Qiandongnan, Guizhou, China
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Marie Anna Lee, c. 2019
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