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Grand Buddha Pagoda – Upper and Lower Wutun Temple

Guo Ma Ri Village of Nian Du Hu Town is located five kilometers away from north of Longwu Town, dominated by Tu nationality. Guo Ma Ri Temple of the village was initiated in Wanli period of Ming Dynasty, with Grand Lecture Hall, Mass Hall and Warrior Hall built. time Cycle Pagoda built in January of […]

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Longwu Temple – garden of Tibetan Buddhism and Western Region

At the foot of the southwest corner of Longwu Town, there are several tens of halls and Buddhist monasteries and thousands of monk rooms, forming a garden building of Buddhism, the famous Longwu Temple of Tibetan Buddhism, and Longwu Town was named after the temple. Longwu Temple is the important cultural and religious capital of […]

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Taer Temple of Lama Sect in Tibetan Buddhism

Taer Temple is one of the six temples of Gelu Sect in Tibetan Buddhism (also named Yellow Sect), which was originated in 1560 with land area of 400,000m2. The whole monastery matches the undulation of the mountains, with Grand Jinwa Temple, Little Flower Temple, Grand Hall, Nine-Unit Hall, Ruyi Pagoda, Gate Pagoda, totaling more than […]

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Religious Culture of Qinghai Province China

Qinghai Province is the birthplace of Zongkaba, founder of Gelu Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, where Dalai Lama XIV and Panchen Lama X were born, hence Gelu Sect has become influential. There are 304 temples in Qinghai, more than 20 of which are well known at home and abroad. Taer Temple, Qutan Temple, Longwu Temple and […]

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White Yak – coldness-tolerating animal

White Yak – coldness-tolerating animal Wild yak is one of the national grade A protected animals and a special produce of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau with a very small quantity. It is a kind of typical coldness-tolerating animal vulnerable to hot whether. White Yaks live on high mountains, in intermountain basins and paramos deserts and grasslands 4000~5500m […]

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Wild Tibetan Donkey – China Rare Animal and World Protected Creature

Wild Tibetan Donkey Wild Tibetan donkey is a national grade A protected animal living on plateau 3600~4800m above sea level. Wild Tibetan Donkey can tolerate coldness, sunshine, wind and snow. Wild Tibetan donkeys are migrant and live in groups. They can swim and their visual sense, listening ability and smelling ability are very advanced. They […]

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Snow Panther – China protected animals

Snow Panther Most snow panthers live on high mountains over 3000m above sea level in couples, build their dens in caves under big stones. They are mainly distributed in pastoral areas with blue sheep as the main food. Snow Panther also hunt and eat musk deer, roe deer, rabbit and etc. Snow panther is one […]

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White-lipped Deer – paramos animal

White-lipped Deer As a kind of typical paramos animal, white-lipped deer mainly lives in areas 3500~5100m above sea level. Except in the dating season, female and male deer often live separately. White-lipped Deers always roam within a certain range of plain at mountain foot, broad valley and among mountains. They often come out at dawn. […]

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Snow Chicken – Fritillaria thun-bergli chicken

Snow Chicken Living on naked rocks 4000~5000m above the sea level, snow chicken is a kind of typical precious mountain poultry. Snow Chicken are fond of eating Chinese caterpillar fungus and Fritillaria thun-bergli, hence called “Fritillaria thun-bergli chicken”. The weight of snow chicken is generally 1.5~2kg.

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Black-necked Crane – bird produced in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau

Black-necked Crane – bird produced in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Black-necked crane is the rarest one among the 15 species of precious cranes and also a unique kind of bird produced in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. It is a national grade A protected animal and called one of the “national treasures” together with panda and golden monkey. Most of […]

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