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Tangka Art Exposition opens in Lhasa

2013-08-06 13:31:56



An Tangka artist makes a piece of Tangka at Norbu Lingka in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, Aug 3, 2013. The third Tangka Art Exposition lowered its curtain on Saturday here as a total of over 230 pieces of Tangka works were displayed during the nine-day exhibition. Originated from Tang Dynasty, Tangka is a unique style of traditional Tibetan scroll paintings found only in China's Tibetan areas.[Photo/Xinhua]

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