National Geographic : 1913 Jun
LOLO WOMEN The aboriginal inhabitants of the province of Yunnan, the southwesternmost division of China, are the Lolos, of all races the most intractable under Chinese rule. They are a hardy race of agriculturists and one of the most industrious types in China. Outside of agriculture they are famous as miners, having manned the government mines since their first opening, countless centuries ago. The musicians of the private orchestras of mandarins all over China are drawn from this people, who have also a great reputation as dancers.