Girl from China sewed a dress of 40 bags

• A girl from China sewed a dress of 40 bags

The modern world is so saturated with information, especially of visual that surprise with something not so easy to the average person. More interesting rare moments when some history or video become "viral" that is so distinguished among other things, that people want to share them with your friends and acquaintances. Video Chinese farmer Tan Lily also became viral, although the girl is clearly not count on it.

Girl from China sewed a dress of 40 bags Girl from China sewed a dress of 40 bags

Lily Tan works in the field.

The reason for the sudden popularity of 28-year-old Tang Lili became a short video that is posted on the Internet. The video woman paces the camera in a surprising dress made of several tens of bags from the cement. Tang Lili told the bags were left in her renovated home - she and her husband worked on the transformation of their homes the last few months.

Girl from China sewed a dress of 40 bags

itself Tang Lili graduated from his studies at the age of 18 - she had to go to work to support himself and his family after her father died of cancer. Since then, she is constantly working in the field on the farm. That day was the rain, to go on the field did not make sense, and Tang Lili bored. That's when she caught the eye bags that she decided to sew.

Girl from China sewed a dress of 40 bags

Lily Tan lives in a private house in the countryside.

Of course, there is nothing extraordinary in the dress of the bags. But the audience, at first, struck by the dignity with which she holds, despite this, to put it mildly, inappropriate for the dress material. And secondly, on the background of the other girls who are trying to put on as much as possible expensive clothes and look as much as possible is elaborate and expensive, Tang Lili show people "simple and understandable".

Girl from China sewed a dress of 40 bags

Lily Tan in a wedding dress bags standing next to her husband.

After Tan Lee video became a mega-popular Weibo - the Chinese version of Facebook - a girl almost a caravan headed journalists of leading Chinese media. They began to ask her about her life, about why she sewed this dress, that she even sewed in your life - and many other issues. Such hype girl was obviously not ready and very embarrassed in the presence of journalists. "I probably would have got more likes, if she were prettier" - laughing Tan Lee.