|Official Release Date||Mar 09, 2010|
|Audio||Dolby Digital, English|
|Running Time||50 minutes|
descriptionCommonly referred to as "the Last Shangri-La," the Guangxi Province located at the Southern Coast of China is well known for its astonishing scenery of the impressive Dragon's Backbone rice terraces and its tall, jagged green mountains situated beside clear blue waters. It is said that the mountains and rivers in Guangxi are the most picturesque in the world. Guangxi inhabits a relatively high concentration of ethnic minorities that can be recognized by their traditional clothing. The Yao ethnic group has managed to preserve its ancient culture and folk customs, including distinctive songs and dances. They have thrived as farmers in the mountainous region of Guangxi for generations by developing an extraordinary irrigation system utilizing bamboo tubing. Their life is very simple, focused on preservation of land and water. Appreciation of nature and living in harmony with it has led the Yao people to their humble and content way of life. This is the real Last Shangri-La!
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