Most of the Yi people's dwellings stretched for two or three kilometers are built on the mountain. The exterior is made of slender stones. The towering walls are grayish white, and the wooden windows one meter long are inlaid on the wall. The sealed wooden gallery connection is quite a kind of quiet and comfortable.
The Yi people only have no words in the language, and the culture can only be preserved orally by means of the syllabus or by means of painting. In addition, the sacred witness of the great culture of the Dai architecture.
The Yi people claim to be Erma or Erg, and they are also affectionately called the nation on the cloud. The Yi people who believe in the god of all things also have a primitive tradition in the selection of materials. The tough bamboo poles are interspersed into one, and the thick wooden stems become the pillar support of the door and window stone carvings. The Taishan stone of the town demon Jirui dares to hang the majestic gods on the top of the stone pillars, and the stone and the wood show the characteristics of the Yi people.
There is an ancient Qiangzhai in Wenchuan County of Chengdu. The people here use the mysterious totem as a spiritual belief. The sunrise and the sunset, the occluded villages are free from outside interference, and they are a paradise in the literati.
The Altun Village in the Renren Valley has a history of more than 2,000 years. When the ancient Sichuan-Chongqing trade was developed, it was once the famous northwestern line of the ancient Tea Horse Road. It is also the famous eight scenic spots in the Tang and Song Dynasties. Culture, economic trade, and landscapes have jointly created a deep valley of people.
In order to better understand the Yi culture, the Chinese and English science cards are established in the village. Shibi has a lofty position in the Yi community. It is a cleric engaged in religious activities, that is, a priest. In the minds of people, it is an incredible force leading to mysterious things.
"Longxi. Deaf Valley" has the oldest folk dwellings and high towers. You can feel the simple folk customs and the traditional culture of the Yi people. The ancient Shuren Valley is the famous northwestern line of the ancient Tea Horse Road. It has a famous eight scenic spots in the Tang and Song Dynasties. The Altun Village in the Valley of the Deaf is an ancient village with more than 2,000 years of history and a well-preserved folk custom. There are a large number of people in the country, ranking first among all the Yi people. It is the only birthplace of the Shu culture in China. Due to the long-term traffic occlusion, there are almost no outsiders entering the valley, so the relatively complete Yi customs and natural scenery are preserved.