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Tibetan kids playing at Park
11
Aug

Shoton ( yogurt) Festival

In Tibetan, “sho” means “Yoghurt” and “ton” means “banquet”. So Shoton Festival is also called the ‘Shoton Yogurt Festival’. Subsequently, as the activities of the Shoton Festival gradually changed into an activity with Tibetan opera as a major part, so people also called it the Tibet Opera Festival. Shoton Festival originates from the 11th century. Shoton...
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29
Apr

Buddhist Wheel of Life

Whoever has visited a Tibetan Buddhist monastery, no matter if in Ladakh, Tibet or Bhutan, has also probably noticed, usually at the entrance of the temple, a drawing of the Buddhist Wheel of Life. This symbolic representation, or Bhavacakra, serves as a wonderful summary of what Buddhism is and also reminds us that every action...
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22
Apr

High altitude sickness

A trip to Tibet can be a transcendent experience. The Dalai Lama’s homeland is known as the “roof of the world” — a high, windswept place with roaring rivers, snowcapped peaks, and pastoral villages. But a Tibet visit can also mean a nasty case of altitude sickness for people who are used to the atmospheric pressure...
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11
Apr

Lhasa Railway Station

Lhasa Railway Station, one end of Tibet Railway, is about 5 miles (8 kilometers) away from Potala Palace. At an altitude of 11,811 feet (3,600 meters), it is one of world’s highest railway stations. Currently, it operates trains to/from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Lanzhou, and Shigatse. Decorated in both traditional Tibetan and modern styles, the railway terminal...
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Beautiful girls enjoying Tibetan butter tea
10
Apr

Butter Tea

Butter tea of the type made by Tibetans is made by boiling the tea leaves repeatedly. The best quality tea is boiled for around half the day and takes on a very dark color. It is then put into a traditional tea churn and salt and yak butter get added. It is churned vigorously by...
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27
Mar

Promoting Tibet high quality Tourism

Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region vows to control the number of visitors in the region’s scenic spots, including Mount Qomolangma, known as Mount Everest in the West, according to an official in the region. Chay Drala, chairman of the region and a deputy to the 13th National People’s Congress, told the China National Radio (CNR)...
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nyingchi peach flower ten miles spot
10
Mar

Nyingchi Peach blossom festival

Nyingchi Peach Blossom Festival is the annual tourism event in Tibet. Starting from 2002, Nyingchi hold a peach Blossom convention to celebrate the blooming peach flower. Peach Blossom covers whole Nyingchi region. The celebration start from late March. During that time, it attract countless tourist from different part of world, a large number of them want...
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07
Mar

Spring Festival in Tibet

More than 450,000 tourists visit during a week-long holiday The Spring Festival holidays saw a tourism boom in Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region thanks to favorable policies. More than 450,000 tourists from both home and overseas visited Tibet during the week-long holidays spring festival that ended Wednesday, a 48.2 percent increase compared with the same...
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tibet air bus
07
Mar

Why there is difficult for flying plane in Tibet

Today, aeronautics has become so much advanced. A man has made aircraft capable of going at speeds double that of sound, and flying outside planet earth. Air travel is possible to any country on any continent. However, there are some places on Earth where aeroplanes do not fly, such as the Himalayas. Over the years,...
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