Bullfighting is Not Only For the Spanish

Mar 29 , 2022 | Culture

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China’s Miao people are known for their rich culture. One Miao tradition is similar to that in Europe — bullfighting. Southeast Guizhou is a historical home of bullfighting, where an agriculture-based economy means generations of people have grown up with cattle, rearing them and living off them. Our Host James Chau shares the story.

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