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Nyemo people increase income by handwork

(2009/08/28)

 
Rural people of Nyemo county of Lhasa make Tibetan incense, Tibetan paper and wood carving etc. in their spare time, which both inherits the traditional ethnic culture and increases their income. Each year, the local people can add more than 8.7 million yuan by doing traditional handwork.

Migmar Tsering (front) from Tunba township of Nyemo county is making Tibetan incense, photo from Xinhua.

Tsering Namgyai from Pusong township of Nyemo county is carving a scripture board, photo from Xinhua.

(1 USD equals about 6.83 yuan.)



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