In Luoyuan County of Fujian Province, most women still wear the traditional costumes of She ethnic group, also called the phoenix costume.
The She people's traditional attire is made from homemade ramie cloth, embellished with geometrical patterns and laces featuring birds and flowers.
The phoenix costume was added to China's national list of intangible cultural heritages in 2008.
Lan Quchai is an inheritor of this handicraft. Lan began learning to make the She costume at the age of 13 and has been working on it for more than 40 years.
In recent years, the demand for She costumes has increased, thanks to more protection of She culture.
Lan has passed on the She costume making skills to his son Lan Yincai.
His son has brought modern designs to the traditional costumes and hopes young people will join them.