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Tibetan New Year celebrated in BJ

02-22-2012 08:20 BJT Special Report:This is Tibet |

A tea party for the upcoming Tibetan New Year was held for Tibetans and other people from various circles by the Beijing Office of Tibet People's Government and China Tibetology Research Center in Beijing, capital of China on Feb. 20, 2012.

Nearly 300 people, including the aged who once worked in Tibet, Tibetans who now work or study in Beijing and people form various circles, got together at the tea party to celebrate the Tibetan Water-Dragon New Year, which falls on February 22.

Tibetan students from Beijing Tibet Middle School perform traditional Tibetan
dance to celebrate the upcoming Tibetan New Year in Beijing, capital of China
on Feb. 20, 2012. [Photo/Xinhua]

A Tibetan girl presents "Chemar", a specialty for Tibetan New Year, to Dondrup
Wangboin, deputy director of State Ethnic Affairs Commission of China at the
party for the upcoming Tibetan New Year in Beijing, capital of China on Feb.
20, 2012.

Attendants wished "Tashi Delek", a traditional Tibetan saying for good luck and blessings to one another while enjoying the excellent singing and dancing performances on stage.

Editor:Wang Lingfei |Source: China Tibet Online

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