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  • Photographer Records the Changes of the First Eco-Museum in Asia for More Than 20 Years

    From:Chinanews.com.cnAuthor: 2022-04-24 14:34

      On April 20th, Yang Andi's documentary photography exhibition themed “The Story of Suojia: A Village's Video History” was held at the Guizhou Provincial Museum. More than 150 photos witnessed the changes of the first eco-museum in Asia - Suojia Miao Village, for more than 20 years.

      Suojia is located in Liupanshui of Guizhou Province. The Miao people living there are called "Qingmiao", and they are also called "long-horned Miao" because of their headwear. In 1993, a reporter from the French weekly FIGARO traveled to the village for an interview after a three-day trek, making the place known to the world. In 1998, with the efforts of China and Norway, the Suojia Ecological Museum based on village communities was built. It has been called "a living museum without walls" by the outside world.

      Over the years, Yang Andi’s photos have also attracted many overseas photographers and foreign friends to visit Suojia. Robert Adolph, a "post-90s" young man from Germany, is one of them. In 2021, Robert Adolph came to Suojia with a camera. He said that Suojia is like a treasure hidden in the mountains. The villagers wear their unique costumes and live in harmony with nature in their own way. 

      "I hope that, starting with this exhibition, I can gradually build a multicultural gene repository in Guizhou Provincial Museum, so as to diversify exhibition resources and contribute the power of museums to rural revitalization." Li Fei, director of Guizhou Provincial Museum, said.

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