PHOTOS Exhibition of Lhasa's intangible cultural heritage opens at Tibet Yak Museum

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Exhibition of Lhasa's intangible cultural heritage opens at Tibet Yak Museum

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19:54, March 31, 2021

Students view the Thangka, a national intangible cultural heritage project, at the Tibet Yak Museum in Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, March 30, 2021. The protection of Lhasa's intangible cultural heritage began in 2005. Up to now, Lhasa has 167 representative intangible cultural heritage projects and 221 representative inheritors at or above the county level. These intangible cultural heritage items cover 10 categories such as traditional skills, dance, music, drama, fine arts, folk customs, sports and medicine. (Photos: China News Service)

Visitors view wooden carving skills during "Wotang Treasure -- a representative project of Lhasa's intangible cultural heritage" at the Tibet Yak Museum in Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, March 30, 2021.

Photo taken on March 30, 2021 shows a cowhide boat made with traditional leather craft on "Wotang Treasure -- a representative project of Lhasa's intangible cultural heritage" at the Tibet Yak Museum in Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.

Photo taken on March 30, 2021 shows Tibetan green glaze firing items on "Wotang Treasure -- a representative project of Lhasa's intangible cultural heritage" at the Tibet Yak Museum in Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.

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