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  • China publishes photocopies of Dunhuang's ancient Tibetan ...

    2021-1-18 · LANZHOU, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- China has for the first time published photocopies of ancient Tibetan literature taken to France from the famed Mogao Grottoes a century ago. The Dunhuang manuscripts were first discovered in 1900 in the Mogao Grottos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northwest China's Gansu Province. There are more than 60,000 of ...

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  • Tibetan New Year's day celebration

    2019-2-5 · Tibetan New Year's day celebration. In ancient Tibet, New Year's Day took place in summer. When the wheat became ripe, a new year began. In Kongbo, eastern Tibet, New Year’s Day took place on the first day of the 10th month of the Tibetan calendar. Kongbo, an area with a long history, emerged long before the rise of the Tubo Kingdom.

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  • How do Tibetans celebrate Losar? - en.tibet3.com

    2017-3-1 · Tibetan people usually begin to celebrate New Year on the evening of the lunar Dec. 29th in Tibetan calendar, when they eat dough balls called “gutu”, because “gu” in “gutu” means “9” in Tibetan and “tu” means food made from flour. The dough balls may contain stones, wool, chili, charcoal or coins.

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  • China publishes photocopies of Dunhuang's ancient Tibetan ...

    2021-1-18 · LANZHOU, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- China has for the first time published photocopies of ancient Tibetan literature taken to France from the famed Mogao Grottoes a century ago. The Dunhuang manuscripts were first discovered in 1900 in the Mogao Grottos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northwest China's Gansu Province. There are more than 60,000 of ...

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  • Tibetan New Year's day celebration

    2019-2-5 · Tibetan New Year's day celebration. In ancient Tibet, New Year's Day took place in summer. When the wheat became ripe, a new year began. In Kongbo, eastern Tibet, New Year’s Day took place on the first day of the 10th month of the Tibetan calendar. Kongbo, an area with a long history, emerged long before the rise of the Tubo Kingdom.

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  • How do Tibetans celebrate Losar? - en.tibet3.com

    2017-3-1 · Tibetan people usually begin to celebrate New Year on the evening of the lunar Dec. 29th in Tibetan calendar, when they eat dough balls called “gutu”, because “gu” in “gutu” means “9” in Tibetan and “tu” means food made from flour. The dough balls may contain stones, wool, chili, charcoal or coins.

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  • China Plus

    2021-8-8 · China's two gold medals came from Gong Lijiao in the women's shot put and Liu Shiying in the women's javelin throw. Tokyo Games draw to a close. The Tokyo Olympics ended on Sunday with a closing ceremony at Japan's Olympic Stadium. Tokyo 2020 saw world records broken in 24 events. Chinese athletes had four world records under their names.

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