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Thangka center in Shangri-La popular among visitors
Shangri-lanews 2019-10-11 10:02:43

During the National Day holiday, droves of tourists visited the Shangri-La Thangka Center, also Shangri-La Association for the Protection of Ethnic Cultural Heritages, for the art of Thangka painting.



Lying on the ancient tea-horse road, Shangri-La has rich and diverse ethnic cultures and the center is committed to protecting and promoting local ethnic cultures, said Zhaba Gedan, founder of the center.




Reporting by Gao Jianping; trans-editing by Wang Shixue


 


 
 
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