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Young entrepreneur runs Tibetan restaurant themed on traditional Dapka Ceramics
update:July 20,2022
LHASA, July 16, 2022 -- Losang Yeshe, 21, learned Tibetan cuisine at several restaurants in Lhasa and Xigaze in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region after graduating from college.
In March, with the assistance of a local entrepreneurship support program, Losang opened a Dakpa Ceramics-themed Tibetan restaurant in his hometown Maizhokunggar County. The restaurant serves dishes on tableware made of Dakpa Ceramics, which was listed as a regional intangible cultural heritage in 2006.
The restaurant now earns about 20,000 yuan (about 2,986 U.S. dollars) per month.

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