Tibetans are usually conservative in their clothes. They usually wear long-standing and unique Tibetan clothing together with colorful ornaments that featured by various styles and patterns. Archeologists claim that the clothing history of Tibet already has more than 4,600 years of history.

Tibetan rug is an ancient traditional, handicrafts which is one of the world’s three famous blanket. The weaving of Tibetan rug is unique, with bright and unfading color, soft and delicate texture, coupled with a strong national color pattern, it has a high appreciation value.

Tunba village locates 200km west of Lhasa. It is the home of TIbetan language because Tunmi Sangbuzha was born here. He is the founder of Tibetan language.

Bagong Opera originated from the 12th century. During Sakya period, it was very popluar. It is 300 years earlier than other Tibetan opera. Thus people call it “the ancestor of Tibetan opera”.

Tibetan paper was invented in the middle of the 7th century which is now a unique cultural item of Tibet. When the princess Wencheng came to marry the king of the Tubo Kingdom, she brought the papermaking technology, and after years of research, Tibetan people and Han people finally created this unique paper with special materials.

Monks use colorful sand to construct the sand Mandala, it is very unique religious art of Tibet Buddhism and are believed to have purification and healing function. Normally, a teacher choose a specific topic of mandala that need to be created, then, the monks begin to construct the sand mandala by consecrating the site with sacred chants and music. A group of monks work together from days to weeks to construct one sand mandala with millions of grains of colored sand. After it is completed, the mandala is consecrated.

Thangka refers to a religious scrolls painting on cotton or silk applique. It is a unique form of Tibetan painting art which covers many aspects of Tibetan history, politics, culture and social life. Thangka depicts a sacred Buddha world with bright colors, distinctive national characteristics, rich religious color and unique artistic style.

Travel in Tibet: before your entering the residential region of Tibetan local people, you will first see numerous colorful prayer flags blowing in the wind, sometimes waving gently, sometimes raging. The prayer flag is a rectangular cloth. Local people tie them to mountain ridges and mountain peaks to bless the surrounding countryside and their own purposes.

Tibetan Autumn Mountain Climbing Activities Come to an End, More Than 50 Foreign Mountaineering Teams are Received throughout the Year   Reporters from the Mountain Management Center of Tibet Autonomous Region was informed that the Autumn Tibet mountain climbing activities have been completed on the Oct. 25th, this year Tibet climbing center received a total of more than 50 teams from the United Kingdom, Russia, Austria, Australia and other 30