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Foreign students learn to make Tibetan paper in Lhasa
update:July 20,2021
July 20,2021 -- More than 10 foreign students from the Communication University of China were taught Tibetan paper-making techniques, a national Chinese intangible cultural heritage, in Nyemo County, Lhasa City, Tibet Autonomous Region.
Tibetan paper is made from the bark and root of Chinese stellera, a plant containing poisonous substances strong enough to keep moths and mice away.
Some students also learned how to write the transliteration of their names in Tibetan.

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