National Geographic : 1924 Nov
o VIEW OF THE LIKIANG DAILY MARKET AND MARKET SQUARE The Nashi women are the venders, and here are sold vegetables, meat, crockery, homespun cotton cloth, yarn, native shoes; open kitchens supply titbits and other unsavory Nashi morsels. The umbrellas are made of yellow oiled paper, the baskets of asmall, bushy bamboo or canebrake. Members of the Minchia and Lolo tribes and Tibetans are frequent visitors. The market does not begin until afternoon.