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A brocade shop in Cat Cat village, Sapa
Vietnam

The H'Mong woman is working in the brocade shop. There are some small projects that help the local ethnic minorities living in Cat Cat village improve their life. Brocade shop opened was one of those activities.

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Tags: cat cat; village; sapa; brocade; shop
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