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An ancient Buddhist scripture, which is believed to have a history dated back to the 18th century, was recently donated to the Tibet University for the purpose of research.
Customers drink sweet tea at a teahouse named Guangming in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Nov. 11, 2014. Drinking sweet tea is a popular way for people living or staying in Lhasa to spend their leisure time.
Tibetan medicine mask is an intangible cultural heritage heirloom at the provincial level. As one of art treasures of Tibetan culture, the Tibetan medicine mask is a hand-made craftwork integrating religious culture, folk culture, and medical culture.
Ngari prefecture, with an average elevation of 4,500 meters, is one of the remotest areas in Tibet and was dubbed as a heaven for wild animals, especially after the Qiangtang Nature Reserve was established in the mid 1990s, which nearly covers the whole of Ngari prefecture. With the nation's evergrowing awareness on protecting wild animals, illegal hunting is strictly prohibited and severely punished.As a result, the number of wild animals in the prefecture is increasing significantly on an annua
A thangka is a painting on cotton, or silk appliqué, usually depicting a Buddhist deity or scene. It often takes the form of a scroll banner but it is not flat like an oil or acrylic painting. Thang in Tibetan means to display and ka means, silk though most are painted on cotton.