Social and Cultural Functions of Lisu Costumes

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Lisu agglomeration is a place where cultures from several ethnic join. Analysis of the Lisu sociocultural function beside its costumes can reveal the path of Lisu cultural development, social customs, lifestyle, and even their sense of beauty and the cultural connotations.


Lisu costumes; Ceremonial; Function

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