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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 2011-06-24
Combined with the traditional technique, state inheritor of Tibetan paper Qamba Zunzhu has developed more than 40 new varieties of Tibetan paper in a move to boost the workmanship of paper-making.
Eternal Tibetan jewelry 2011-06-19
In Tibet, most of the people are Buddhist believers who love peace and have a simple life style. Their easy-going character is also embodied in Tibetan jewelry.
Fine wooden bowls: Menba's inherited ethnic handicraft 2011-06-13
Few, except for human organs. However, the answer is positive when it comes to the Menbas, an ethnic minority dwelling in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
Sweet tea: refresher of leisure time in Lhasa 2011-05-22
To Tibetans, tea is a drink just like coffee to the Westerners -- a drink to wake up and start the day. In Tibet, no morning can happily pass without tea, usually the buttered tea, while no lunch is dainty without sweet tea.
Tibetan incense: Tibetan culture revealed in its curling smoke 2011-05-20
The craftsmanship of making Tibetan incense was inscribed onto the State Intangible Cultural Heritage List in June, 2010. The production of Tibetan incense requires a series of processes before being shaped, mirroring the quintessence of Tibetan culture.
Distinctive handcrafts lead to better life 2010-12-08
Since the beginning of this year, farmers and herdsmen had been encouraged to develop ethnic handicrafts and run business by local governments at various levels in Tibet Autonomous Region.
Standards for Tibetan-style furniture issued 2009-11-29
Tibet's Quality and Technical Supervision Bureau has recently formulated standards on Tibetan-style furniture
Splendor of Tibetan furniture art 2009-11-11
Tibetan-style furniture falls into three major categories: chests, cabinets, and tables.
Pulu apron lightening cultural festival 2009-08-28
Local farmers and herdsmen would like to sell their home-made pulu products, Tibetan quilt, cow skin bags and bronze wares on the three days' Qomolangma Cultural Festival in Xigaze.
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