China has always been known for its commitment to human rights and political correctness, so it should come as no surprise that the marxist republic built an entire city for its little people. Just outside Kunming exists a small, magical village, where tourists gather to watch dwarfs do their thang in their natural, dancing-filled habitat.

As soon as you arrive, you’ll be greeted by a diverse and proud community. Talk to a roman centurion, be seduced by a 3-foot belly dancer, or pay your respects to the village king. Once you have wandered around the mushroom-roofed houses of the village, sipped on their fine elixers, and sampled their succulent treats, be treated to a colorful, choreographed performance that can only rivaled by season finales of Glee.

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