The Hui’an women refer to a group of women with special folk customs at the seaside of the Huidong Peninsula in Fujian. They are famous at home and abroad for their peculiar costumes and hardworking spirit. They wear colorful headscarves and orange hats because they live on the beach for wind protection. There are woven small flowers and colorful ornaments on the flower towels; the upper body is tight and narrow. Short clothes, showing the belly button.

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[Photograph of Ni Min]. Fujian Hui’an maiden’s weaving net. Belt & Road Initiative Quarterly, 1(4), 94.

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