Langde Miao - China
Biasha Miao | Qiandongnan, Guizhou | China, 2016
The hair of Biasha Miao boys is not cut until they are around 16 years old, when their heads are shaved during a rite of passage ceremony. A sickle is used to remove all the hair except an area around the crown. When this is complete, the boy becomes a man.
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