In Tibet, different areas celebrate the New Year on different days.
Welfare institutions in Tibet have prepared abundant supplies to welcome Tibetan New Year.
Supplies comprised of 50 tons of yak meat and 169,000 boxes of mineral water were sent to Huanggang and Shiyan.
On the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year, Tibetan people gathered to celebrate the festival.
Tibet reported the first confirmed case of novel coronavirus pneumonia on January 28, 2020.
A choir composed of 40 pupils from Shigatse and 20 students from Lhasa pays a visit to Beijing.
The production and living environment of the relocated people have been greatly improved after moving from the northern Tibetan plateau.
A total of 280 precious cultural relics from Tashilhunpo Monastery and the Palace Museum are displayed in the Palace Museum, Beijing, China.
The conch is imprinted with white worship symbols, which appear in Tibetan folk culture.
Lhasa experienced its first snowfall of the winter.