How Children Spend Their Winter Holiday in Tibet?

January 21, 2018
Editor: Chen Lu
Photo shows children are having a dance rehearsal in the Mass Art Museum of the Tibet Autonomous Region in Lhasa, capital city of the region in southwest China on Jan. 7, 2018. To enjoy their two-month winter holiday, some pupils choose to study dancing, some choose to learn calligraphy or painting, and some others choose to take exercises or read to spend their time. [Tibet.cn]
Photo shows Tenzin Kangzhu, a sixth grade student from the Lhasa experimental primary school is reading with her friends in the Library of the Tibet Autonomous Region in Lhasa, capital city of the region in southwest China on Jan. 4, 2018. [Tibet.cn]
Photo shows pre-school teachers are teaching pupils to dance in southwest China's Tibet during the winter holiday. To enjoy their two-month winter holiday, some pupils choose to study dancing, some choose to learn calligraphy or painting, and some others choose to take exercises or read to spend their time. [Tibet.cn]
Photo shows a teacher is teaching pupils to play the dulcimer in  the Mass Art Museum of the Tibet Autonomous Region in Lhasa, capital city of the region in southwest China on Jan. 7, 2018. [Tibet.cn]

 

(Source: Tibet.cn)

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