On July 3, the masses of the Bama Yao Autonomous County in Hechi, Guangxi celebrated the "Festival", and at the same time, a grand ceremony was held to pay homage to the Bunu Yao creation grandmother "Miluo Tuo".

  "Blessing Festival" is a grand festival for Bunuyao compatriots to worship the creation god "Miluotuo", and is a treasure of the traditional Chinese culture.

In 2020, the Bama Yao nationality's celebration of the festival was included in the National Intangible Cultural Heritage List.

  On that day, from 8 am, a large number of Yao people gathered at the event site.

  At 9 o'clock in the morning, the ritual ceremony began, and the sacrificial team dressed in traditional Yao costumes brought fragrant pigs and other sacrifices to worship.

After the pilgrimage ceremony, local people performed intangible cultural heritage projects, such as folk song duet, Yao bamboo tube dance, wood face dance, pole dance, zhuangyao and drum performances.

(Reporter Lin Hao produced Sui Zhiyuan)

Editor in charge: [Chen Haifeng]