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A tea house in Guiyang.

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Weaving Carpets

Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Weaving Carpets

Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Making Instruments

Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Women and men work to make instruments, carpets, and other traditional Uighur items at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Making Instruments

Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Making Instruments

Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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