S. Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington,
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and finger-rings rudely made, as well as bracelets of the pattern shown in the sketch, or simple bangles, were largely worn. In one place we met at least sixty men and boys carrying bags of rice in the same fashion that the bangy-wallahs do in India.
The country in this neighbourhood is largely inhabited by Lo-los, and the Shih-ping and Lin-an women of that tribe are reported to be exceptionally good-looking. But we saw nothing to make us accept this
group of aborigines, s. yunnan.
verdict. Fairly good-looking and pleasant, stout, strong wenches, they presented none of the marked good looks which we had noticed in the Kai-hua aboriginal people.