71 years after peaceful liberation: Gamtog village in Tibet toward prosperitySeventy-one years after the peaceful liberation in Gamtog village of Tibet, some of the locals still remember that day, and can recall the huge changes that have taken place in the area.
Gen-Z in SW China promotes Tibetan intangible cultural heritageDance major students in Ganzi Prefecture Vocational and Technical School are spending their summer holiday practicing the Guozhuang dance, a traditional Tibetan dance that is classified as national intangible cultural heritage.
Song and dance performance held in SW ChinaOn July 16, at Ludingqiao Square in Luding county, Ganzi Tibetan autonomous prefecture, China's southwestern Sichuan province, more than 3,000 people performed traditional and modern dances, and sang songs to express their love for the Party and the nation.
The art of Tibetan knives prospers in Lhorong county, TibetTraditional handmade knives with handles made of yak horn and scabbards made from yak leather are popular among Tibetan people.
Teaching in Tibet: Changing attitudesSong Yugang has been a primary school teacher in a township in Lhasa for the past 24 years. During that time, the most remarkable change he has noticed has been the local people's attitudes toward education.
Traditional Tibetan clothes promoted in Nagqu, TibetOn July 26, people dressed in traditional Tibetan clothes stepped onto the stage to promote traditional Tibetan culture during a tourism and cultural activity in Biru County of Nagqu, southwestern China's Tibet autonomous region.
71 years after peaceful liberation: Gamtog village in Tibet toward prosperity
Gen-Z in SW China promotes Tibetan intangible cultural heritage
Song and dance performance held in SW China