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Golden tiles of Tibetan houses
Golden tiled roofs are typically seen on the halls and dagobas of monasteries. They are a lofty and luxurious building decoration made of bronze with gold gild. This building decoration and building style is an exclusive possession of Tibet.

Painting art of Tibetan buildings 2011-02-16
In Tibet, there are lots of Tibetan-style buildings with the painted beams and carved girders, which form a brilliant and amazing landscape.
Hada for new house 2011-01-29
A farmer of Qiaga Village of Damxung County, Lhasa, presents hada for his new house together with his wife to hail the approaching Spring Festival.
Tibet invests one bln on low-rent houses 2009-12-17
The government has allotted one billion yuan in the construction of low-rent housing to improve the people's living conditions since 2006.
1 bln yuan invested to construct low-rent housing 2009-12-17
Since 2006, 1 billion yuan has been invested into for constructing low-rent houses to improve the living condition of farmers and herdsmen in Tibet Autonomous Region.
Housing project changes look in N.Tibet 2009-12-07
The housing project in Tibet has brought tremendous changes to Changtang areas in northern Tibet.
Housing project in Tibet to resettle 330,000 rural people this year 2009-10-14
By the end of 2009, a total of 1.2 million farmers and herdsmen in Tibet will move into new houses thanks to the housing project in Tibet.
Housing project brings happiness to Tibetans 2009-10-13
Some 60 households’ people in Shengda Village of Chamdo County have moved into new houses thanks to the housing project.
Urban Tibetans' per-capita housing hit 32.7 sq.m. 2009-09-15
The per-capita housing floor space in Tibet has largely extended to 32.7 sq.m. in urban areas, and 22.87 sq.m. in rural areas.
Housing projects bring happy life 2009-09-11
Currently, journalists from China Tibet Information Center visited Ngapoi New Village in the Gongbo Gyamda county of Nyingchi prefecture.
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