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Burang costume in China's Tibet

2014-10-30 17:49:24



Women present Burang costumes at Kegya village in Burang county of Nagri Prefecture, southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, Oct. 23, 2014. Burang costume, which has a history of more than 1,000 years, is famous for its luxurious accessories. Hundreds of pieces of beeswax, numerous pearls and kallaties, bunchy red corals and delicate silver and gold decorations compose of priceless suite. Seven households at Kegya village have preserved seven suits of Burang costumes handed down by ancestors. [Xinhua/Wen Tao]

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