• Sand mandala creation debuts in Tianjin
    Sand mandala creation debuts in Tianjin 2015-06-02 | From:

    A Tibetan Buddhist monk makes a mandala with sand during a show of intangible cultural heritage from Regong art of Qinghai province in North China's Tianjin municipality, May 30, 2015.

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  • 'Tiao Qian' ceremony held at ancient Taer Monastery
    'Tiao Qian' ceremony held at ancient Taer Monastery 2015-06-02 | From:http://www.chinaculture.org/2015-06/01/content_615591_3.htm

    Buddhists wearing masks attend a ceremony depicting stories of Gods and ghosts in Tibetan Buddhism at the Taer (Gumbum) Monastery in Huangzhong county of Xining, capital of Northwest China's Qin...

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  • Gannan: a good place for pilgrimage (III)
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    Gannan is a perfect place to experience the Tibetan culture and enjoy the grassland scenery without entering Tibet.

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  • Panchen Lama concludes visit to Yunnan 2015-06-02 | From:http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-06/02/c_134290698.htm

    The 11th Panchen Lama Bainqen Erdini Qoigyijabu has concluded a seven-day tour in southwest China's Yunnan Province, where he visited Buddhist sites and conducted rituals.

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  • In pictures: Panchen Lama visits Yunnan Province
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    The Panchen Lama Bainqen Erdini Qoigyijabu has concluded a seven-day tour in southwest China's Yunnan Province, where he visited Buddhist sites and conducted rituals and gave blessings to more t...

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  • Hiking from Ganden to Samye monasteries
    Hiking from Ganden to Samye monasteries 2015-06-03 | From:

    It takes three days' camping and hiking from the Ganden Monastery in Lhasa, capital city of Tibet, to the Samye Monastery of Lhoka in the southern part of Tibet.

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  • Auspicious symbol of Tibetans
    Auspicious symbol of Tibetans 2015-06-03 | From:

    The sutra streamer, known as "wind horse flag", is regarded as an auspicious symbol to pray for happiness in the heart of the Tibetan people.

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  • Religion should adapt to China's social system: united front work 2015-06-04 | From:

    Any religion that adapts to the social development of a region can better survive and develop, and then contributes positively to the social development in that region.

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