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Features of costume and drnaments
The basic features of Tibetan costume existed before the Tibetans emerged as a race,archaeological findings show.
  • Gorgeous Tibetan costumes
  • Dampa beauties
  • Gorgeous Tibetan costumes
  • Tibetan women's unique headwear
  • Dress in finery
  •  Food

    Tibetan food appear in the cooking competition
    The final contest for the group and individual of the fifth national cuisine skill competition has started in Beijing on April 13th. It is said that more than 200 winners from 10 different areas will contend for the final winners in the following 5 days. Tibet delegation has attended this competition for the first time.
  • Sweet tea: refresher of leisure time in Lhasa
  • Taste fragrant and sweet in Sweet Tea House
  • How to make Tibetan sweet tea?
  • Beef and mutton popular in Lhasa market
  • Traditional Tibetan food getting hot
  •  Housing
    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
  • Hada for new house
  • Tibet invests one bln on low-rent houses
  • 1 bln yuan invested to construct low-rent housing
  • Housing project changes look in N.Tibet
  •  Marriage
    Miracles shown by marriage custom in Sopa Fishing Village
    Sopa Village in Chushur County of Lhasa Municipality is the only village in Tibet with a fishing business. The unique culture of this village includes ancient traditional customs. One in particular is a strange marriage custom.
  • Marriages witness changes
  • The most romantic wedding
  • Crossing Walls to Date Girls in Zhaba
  • Tests Indispensable for Marriage
  • Living customs of Sherpa people
  •  Etiquette
    Worship road - Tibetan kowtow
    The Tibetan kowtow is a ritual in Tibetan Buddhism. Palms put together, Tibetans prostrate themselves on the ground, with the head, arms, and knees down on the ground, and move forward slowly, following every step with a kowtow.
  • Taboos for travelling Tibet
  • Names proclaim Tibetan aims
  • Ancient customs and habits
  • Odd Numbers with Good Luck in Tibet
  • Flying with the soul of the dead
  •  Daily Necessity
    Hada Indispensable for the Tibetan Race
    Hada is a Tibetan word meaning silks in Tibetan language. It is traditionally used as a ritual fabric presented to the statues of Buddha, Living Buddhas, any revered person or VIP, and during wedding or funeral ceremony.
  • Tibetan paper revives
  • Eternal Tibetan jewelry
  • Fine wooden bowls: Menba's inherited ethnic handicraft
  • Sweet tea: refresher of leisure time in Lhasa
  • Tibetan incense: Tibetan culture revealed in its curling smoke
  •  Festival
    Snapshots of art performances at Nagqu's horse racing festival
    Herdsmen perform various art shows to celebrate the horse racing art festival in Tibet's Nagqu on August 10.
  • N Tibet's Nagqu holds horse racing art festival
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  • Tibetan culture shines in Sagya Dawa Festival
  • Tibet celebrates 'Sagya Dawa Festival'
  • Evening of Sagya Dawa Festival
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