The Yao. Sources and Discussion of Ethnohistory, Cosmology and Culture.Text. Photos. Audio. Video. References. In progress.
Field notes from China and Laos
Guangxi. Longsheng County. Panley, Ximen and Beimen villages. Hong/Red Yao. May 2000.
Guangxi. Sanjian County. Yu Len Shan and Zong villages. Ban Yao. May 2000.
Guangxi. Longshen area. Zongliu and Huanglo villages. Hong/Red yao. April 2004.
Guangxi. Sanjian area. Shangqu village. Hong/Red yao. May 2004.
Hunan. Jianghua and Yongzhou Counties. Panwangdian temple, Jianghua. Qianjiadong valley. Yongzhou Yao Zhn Ming Zhn (Yongzhou Museum for Yao nationality). Zishan district. May 2004.
Guangxi. Yaoshan mountains and Jinxiu. Jinxiu Yaozu History Museum. Interviews with Su Yilong and Su Xianmin, both daogong living in Jinxiu. From Liu Hang village to Gan Wang temple, Shang Gou and Xia Gou villages. May 2004.