Ellen Douglas travels to a small village in the Yunnan Highlands in the southwest of China. Yunnan is a province that borders three countries Vietnam, Laos, and Myanmar. In this opportunity, Ellen Douglas meets the Yi People, one of China's proud Ethnic Minorities. They are the seventh largest of the fifty-five ethnic minorities officially recognized in China. Even more, the Yi people aren’t limited to China, they can also be found in other countries, such as Vietnam and Thailand.  Although the Yi people in China speak fluent mandarin, they also have their own dialect. They are also well-known for their embroidery skills and expertise, which can be appreciated in their typical customs, full of color and beautiful details. If you want to know more about the Yi People, discover their amazing customs, typical food, and more, this is a must-see-video.