||A long running
and informative thread on the tribaltextiles.info forum in response to
a query initially posted in June 2002 by Olivier Tallec
||Olivier shared photos of two
different Li groups (possibly Mei Fu Li, Li Qi and a detail from a Ba-sa-dung
Li textile collection
||A growing reference of Li
textiles in the collection of Pamela Cross - photographing and creating
photogalleries of Pamela's Li textiles is an on-going construction project.
||A photo of Li women, probably
Ba-sa-dung Li, from a Japanese book on the Li: "Costumes
of the Minority Peoples of China"
||A set of clothing on the ethnoecho.com
website showing some excellent photos of a Ba-sa-dung Li blouse and tube
||A small group of photos of
Ba-sa-dung Li from the September 1938 article in The National Geographic
by explorer Leonard Clark of his 5-week trek through the interior of Hainan
in the summer of 1937.
||A group of Li textiles on
Susan Stem's Tribal Trappings website. At the Search page leave 'Category'
and 'Status' boxes as 'All'. Put in 'Li' as search 'Keyword' and tick
box 'Match whole word only' - then click 'Go' to see a feast of Li textiles
as Susan is creating a wonderful reference of Li textiles from all the
pieces which pass through her hands.
||A growing body of Information
on the tribaltextiles.info site on a range of Li references with a particular
focus on written references. There are quotes from several books
with links to bibliographic details.