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Batik workshop, gallery create job opportunities for local residents in Guizhou


A sales assistant (L) and a resident relocated from poverty-stricken area observe a batik product at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

A sales assistant (L) and a resident relocated from poverty-stricken area observe a batik product at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (L) guides a female worker relocated from poverty-stricken area in drawing batik patterns at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (L) guides a female worker relocated from poverty-stricken area in drawing batik patterns at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

A female worker relocated from poverty-stricken area draws batik patterns at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

A female worker relocated from poverty-stricken area draws batik patterns at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (2nd L) guides a tourist in drawing batik patterns at a batik experience gallery in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (2nd L) guides a tourist in drawing batik patterns at a batik experience gallery in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (L) explains a batik product to a sales assistant at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (L) explains a batik product to a sales assistant at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (L) explains a batik product to a sales assistant at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (L) explains a batik product to a sales assistant at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (1st, R) guides a female worker relocated from poverty-stricken area in drawing batik patterns at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (1st, R) guides a female worker relocated from poverty-stricken area in drawing batik patterns at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (L) guides a tourist in drawing batik patterns at a batik experience gallery in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (L) guides a tourist in drawing batik patterns at a batik experience gallery in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Photo taken on Dec. 1, 2020 shows a piece of batik cloth displayed at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Photo taken on Dec. 1, 2020 shows a piece of batik cloth displayed at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (1st, R) explains a batik product to residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (1st, R) explains a batik product to residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (1st, L) guides a tourist in drawing batik patterns at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Wang Fangzhou (1st, L) guides a tourist in drawing batik patterns at a batik workshop in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Tourists buy batik products at a batik experience gallery in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

Tourists buy batik products at a batik experience gallery in Danzhai County of Guizhou Province in southwest China, Dec. 1, 2020. Wang Fangzhou, 40, started in August 2016 a workshop specialized in batik, a craft inherited through generations among the Miao ethnic group in Guizhou. Later on, he launched a batik experience gallery in Wanda Township, a local tourist attraction. His workshop and gallery have received more than 6,000 tourists so far this year with combined sales revenue of over 300,000 yuan (about 45,500 U.S. dollars). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. (Xinhua/Yang Ying)

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