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Intangible cultural heritage inheritance in Tibet

By Zhi Xinghua Source:China Tibet News 2017年06月30日 12:44


Jedexoi Town of Konggar County, Lhoka City is a famous pulu hometown, and it is also one of the birthplaces of animal hair products processing in Tibet. Local "Bangdian", namely woolen apron, has a history of more than 500 years. In 2006, "Jedexoi Bangdian" was listed in the national intangible cultural heritage list. Photo shows that local people are making "Jedexoi Bangdian". [China Tibet News/Kelsang Jigme]


The Sherpa song and dance of Zhentang Town, Dinggye County is national intangible cultural heritage item. Photo shows that villagers of Zhentang Town are rehearsing Sherpa song and dance. [China Tibet News/Kelsang Jigme]


Dingri Luoxie is the main folk song and dance form of Dingri County, Shigatse City, Tibet Autonomous Region. Dingri Luoxie integrates with song, dance and music, and it is mainly accompanied by Shamisen (three-stringed instrument). Its music tune is thick and simple. With strong breath of life, it is a self-entertainment folk song and dance with strong mass participation. Dingri Luoxie has already been selected in the second batch of national intangible cultural heritage list. Photo shows that a Luoxie actor is having a rehearsal. [China Tibet News/Kelsang Jigme]

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