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Photo shows a restaurant in which the dinners are able to watch the night view of Potala Palace. People are increasingly going for a “lifestyle” in Lhasa. They spin prayers wheels in the Potala Palace
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, worship the Buddha in Jokhang Temple, seek for exotic objects on Barkhor Street, or listen to Buddhist lectures in Sera Monastry. However, that was only a tourist’s Lhasa. Photo shows a couple hugging each other by the Lhasa River. The Lhasa River, originally called “Kyichu” in Tibetan (meaning river of happiness)
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, was the cradle of the Tibetan culture. The river valley had become the center of politics, economy, religion and culture in the Tibetan area since 633 AD, when Songzain Gambo conquered other tribes in the area and moved the capital city to Lhasa. Photo shows a monk taking an ID photo in a photographic studio of Lhasa in 2015. The majority of Tibetan residents are followers of Buddhism. Lamas, or Tibetan monks
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, used to stand on the top of social classes. Photo shows pilgrims in Lhasa. “Lhasa” means “yes” in Tibetan, indicating that orders from the Buddha must be followed. Photo shows a hoodie with English letters was hung for drying by the door of a house. Except for special occasions, ordinary Tibetan people do not usually wear traditional clothes. They prefer casual jackets and trousers, especially the youngsters, who are willing to walk their own steps in the world of fashion. For many of them
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, skateboards and night clubs are part of their life, just like religion is. Photo shows a bulletin board for a spa center in Lhasa. Like other parts of China, spa centers bloom in Lhasa streets. Photo shows two middle-aged women sitting on a bench in an amusement park, paying no attention to the poster behind them, on which American singer Michael Jackson played a werewolf zombie. In Tibetan culture
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, ferocious figures often stand for justice, signifying that the devils must be treated with violence. Photo shows Buddhist offerings by examinees ahead of the civil servant examination in Tibet. Tibetan students often go to temples before important tests. They usually bring a bag of home-made zanba, or roasted qingke barley flour with an apple on the top, as a sacrifice to the Buddha. Civil servants have become a first choice for young people in Tibet as their salary keeps increasing in recent years. Photo shows hot water bottles in a Sweet-Tea House in Lhasa. Tibetan Sweet Tea, cooked with traditional Tibetan tea
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, milk and sugar, is a famous beverage in the region. Some said it was invented during the British invasion at the beginning of the 20th century, while other believed it was influenced by neighboring Nepal and India. More and more Sweet-Tea Houses have adapted modern decorations in Lhasa, although they keep the old fashion of using hot water bottles. Photo shows Buddhist offerings by examinees ahead of the civil servant examination in Tibet. Tibetan students often go to temples before important tests. They usually bring a bag of home-made zanba, or roasted qingke barley flour with an apple on the top
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, as a sacrifice to the Buddha. Civil servants have become a first choice for young people in Tibet as their salary keeps increasing in recent years. Photo shows sales girls in European dresses on a street in Lhasa caught the eyes of two Tibetan men. With the economic prosper, a miscellany of sales tricks pervaded Lhasa as in many other cities of China. Photo shows a pond was transformed into a pool of “Bumper Boats”. Shabby as it is, small parks with recreation facilities as such still draw scores of visitors during holidays. Photo shows Tibetan people watching for stock deals in a security trading hall of Lhasa. As China’s stock price rocketed, many middle-aged Tibetans came to the hall to open their first stock account since the beginning of the year. Photo shows 10 middle-aged men resting under trees during their bus transitions. Perhaps because Tibet has a strong UV sunlight standing on the mountains of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, most natives wear hats or caps. Photo shows a boy in the rural-urban fringe zone of Lhasa. Like other Chinese cities
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, Lhasa also has the disorderly zones where the crawling urbanization reaches its tentacles in the rural grip. These areas are usually inhabited by wood traders, who come mostly from the northwestern provinces such as Qinghai, Gansu and Ningxia. Photo shows a couple taking wedding photos in Lhasa. Lhasa has become a popular destination for wedding photography. Some studios have schedules full until six months later. However, quality of photos varies greatly in the market. Photo shows two girls wandering near the newly-built stadium in Lhasa. Lhasa has seen many modern constructions standing up in recent years, mostly in the Liuwu New Area at the opposite bank of the Lhasa River. Photo shows a Tibetan youngster doing his homework on the grass of a park behind the Potala Palace
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, while his family drank tea and chatted with each other nearby. They went to the Palace for prayers. Tibetan people have altered their view of education over the past decades, particularly in Lhasa, most young people are willing to receive higher education. Photo shows a young Tibetan man transporting bricks on the landmark Barkhor Street. The Barkhor Street is the business center of Lhasa. It is the symbol of the city’s culture with the renowned Road of Spinning Prayer Wheels and historical buildings. The expansion of the area proves to be difficult. Materials have to be transported by human labor as the streets are mostly too narrow for vehicles. Photo shows a man riding a bicycle .
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