The upcoming event will showcase a diverse range of photographs, with up to 160 captivating captures by both amateur and professional lenses. It will display the rich culture of ethnic groups, offering a glimpse into their traditions, religions, and daily lives.

The displayed photos will highlight the beauty of their costumes, festivals, and other unique aspects of their heritage. It will also introduce visitors to the vibrant world of mountainous markets, traditional cuisine, arts, and folk games.

If you’re interested in attending this fascinating exhibition, you can do so virtually by visiting

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