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

Xinhua | Updated: 2020-12-02 10:24
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Wang Fangzhou (left) 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 ($45,500). Thirteen residents relocated from poverty-stricken areas have found employment with decent salaries here. [Photo/Xinhua]
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