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Protecting and inheriting intangible cultural heritage
By:China Tibet News
update:May 19,2020

Tseyang (R2), an inheritor of Zhamda Zhuo Dance, is teaching young performers. [China Tibet News/Lhoka, Tang Bin]

Actor Phuntsog is rehearsing Zhuo Dance. [China Tibet News/Lhoka, Tang Bin]
May 19,2020 -- In recent years, Maizhokunggar County of Lhasa City, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region actively protects and inherits local intangible cultural heritage, comprehensively carries out protection and utilization of excellent traditional folk culture, which achieves good results.
  • Chinese remeasuring surveyors hike toward advance camp at altitude of 6,500 meters on Mount Qomolangma
  • View of Mount Qomolangma
  • Sunset scenery of Mount Qomolangma in Tibet

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