The Dai people are one of China’s ethnic minorities. (Image: YouTube / Screenshot)

The Exotic Dai People of China

The Dai people are one of China’s ethnic minorities. They are traditionally known as rice cultivators of the valleys — like the Shan, Lao, Ahom, and Thai people. Most of them live in the Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture in southern Yunnan…

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