The 1,500-Year-Old Art of Chinese Tie-Dye

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In southwestern China, the Bai people have been tie-dying their clothes with woad for generations.

We went to Dali, the ancestral home of the Bai people, to learn about their unique form of tie-dye and how to be groovy—the Bai way.

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Producer: Jessica Novia
Videographer: Guo Yong
Editor: Nicholas Ko
Mastering: Joel Roche

Music: Audio Network

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