Tai Lue ethnic in Xishuangbanna, 傣仂 | CHINA 🇨🇳กระดานสนทนาแบบมีรูปภาพประกอบ โพสท์โดย อ้ายเติ่ง
Tai Lue ethnic in Yunnan, China. Tai Lü people (Chinese: 傣仂, Lao: ໄຕລື້, Thai: ไทลื้อ, Vietnamese: Người) are an ethnic group of China, Laos, Thailand, Burma, and Vietnam.
They speak the Southwestern Tai language. The Tai Lue possesses an ancient script, still used by Buddhists in the region. Tai language of the Lu people, spoken by about 700,000 people in Southeast Asia.
This includes 280,000 people in China (Yunnan), 200,000 in Burma, 134,000 in Laos, 83,000 in Thailand, and 4,960 in Vietnam.
They brought with them their unique style of fabric-woven techniques, mostly performed with cotton threads.
Their best-known particular weaving style is called ‘Lai Ko’ or ‘Lai Nam Lai’ that includes the process of drawing out and twisting the threads into various patterns.