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A Tibetan artist's dream of keeping culture alive

By Source:Ecns.cn 2015-09-08

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File photo of Trizin Rabten, a 36-year-old Tibetan Thangka painter who poses with his artistic works. The post-70s painter was selected as a first-grade thanka painter in 2010, and his paintings went on art exhibition at the National Museum of China in Beijing in 2012. [Photo/ Ecns.cn]

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File photo of Trizin Rabten, a Tibetan Thangka painter who uses traditional Tibetan mineral pigments on a Thangka painting. Thangka is the traditional Tibetan art of scroll painting, usually inspired by Buddhist themes.[Photo/ Ecns.cn]

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File photo of Trizin Rabten who applies traditional Tibetan mineral pigments to his Thangka painting. [Photo/ Ecns.cn]

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File photo of Trizin Rabten who applies traditional Tibetan mineral pigments to a Thangka painting. Thangka is the traditional Tibetan art of scroll painting, usually inspired by Buddhist themes.[Photo/ Ecns.cn]

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File photo of Trizin Rabten when he shows a Thangka painting to his teacher. [Photo/ Ecns.cn]

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