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June Party of China Tibetan Nationality

June Party is a kind of large-scale folk entertainment activity mainly popular in Tongren County, Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Huangnan, Qinghai as well as tens of villages in Jianzha, Degui, Xunhua and other counties. It is called “June Lerui” in Tibetan language, which means song and dance contributed to dragon in June. This activity has […]

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Folk Traditions in China Qinghai Nationalities

There are many nationalities in Qinghai, including Tibet, Hui, Tu, Salar and Mongolian nationalities. They have respectively formed their own traditions as well unique festivals and cultural activities with the passing of time, which further give birth to the provincial cultures jointly owned by all nationalities and represent the local characteristics of Qinghai. “Qinghai Song […]

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Buttered flowers representative of sculpture arts

Buttered flower is one of the “Three Art Miracles” of the temple. It is made of white butter mixed with various mineral paints in the form of oil carved art works. The buttered flowers of Taer Temple is representative of sculpture arts, which is not only of high art levels and unique art styles, but […]

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Altar City – derived from Clan Sect of Indian Buddhism

Altar City was derived from the Clan Sect of Indian Buddhism, which was the place where the Founder of Clan Sect and his family gathered. In the ancient time, the Clan Sect of India cultivated the “Clan Rituals” to prevent the invasion of vicious devils, thus built the round upper Altar and invited senior leaders […]

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Hand-made Arts – Tibitan Characterized Religious Culture

Regon Artists are mainly concentrated in Wutun village, and more than 90% men in the village are craftsmen. Regon arts have a very long history with unique craftsmanship, and the arts products are rich in national tastes and local styles, with very high values. Its sculptures mainly include mud sculpture, wood sculpture, brick sculpture, stone […]

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Fresco – art of Tibetan Buddhism

Fresco is one of the arts of Tibetan Buddhism and as an art style most popular and unique in Taer Temple, it is one of the “Three Art Miracles” of the temple. Based on red, yellow and blue, its theme is outstanding with comparison. Except for being painted on the wall and pillar and beam, […]

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Embossed Embroidery – Art Miracle of Tibetan Buddhism Temple

Embossed embroider is a variety derived from the traditional embroidery. Colorful satins are cut into needed forms, such as Buddha, hills and water, flowers and plants, birds and beasts and with wool and cotton as filling, the embroidery will be linked on the basis of cloth with strong 3D sense. The embossed embroidery of Taer […]

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Tang Ka – religious scroll painting

Tang Ka is a religious scroll painting popular in Tibet Area, and generally painted in cloth pieces and silk pieces, it is a major painting style in Tibet. Tang Ka is dedicate in styles, with super craftsmanship, mainly including painting, relief sculpture, embossed embroidery, stone carving, wood carving and building decorations with high art values.

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Regong Arts – Deployment of Holy Water

Tongren is called Regong in Tibetan language. In the 14th and 15th century, Tibetan Buddhism was transmitted into Tongren area, and peoples of Tibetan and Han nationalities from the Upper and Lower Wutun, Nianduhu, Duosairi, Guomari, Tuojia and other natural villages around Zuolongwu Town start painting, sculpture and stone carving mainly for religious services, called […]

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Accompany Dance – ritual king dancing and Lamaism dancing

Accompany Dance is composed of ritual king dancing and Lamaism dancing This is a kind of religious “ritual king dance” with masks, color garment and ritual instruments, indicating that the accompany gods fall to kill ghosts. The Lamaism dancing acts are humorous, some are soft and beautiful and some are plain and determined.

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