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  • Chris Buckley:Extreme Textiler - chinatoday.com.cn

    2010-12-12 · Tanva uses 100% genuine Tibetan highland carpet wool for the rugs made at their workshop in Lhasa, using no additives or treatments. Two related products came to Buckley's attention; nambu is a traditional woollen cloth used in Tibetan furnishings and clothes, and Wangden rugs are a unique type of super thick mats made especially for ceremonial ...

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  • Weaving the tale of poverty alleviation in Tibet -

    2018-1-31 · In 50-year-old Pasang Tsering's weaving workshop, Tibetan women sit in front of their spinning machines, transforming the coarse wool into fine patterned carpets and scarves. The hustle and bustle in the room almost makes one forget the shadowed past of the Tsethang serge's craftsmanship—that it was once on the brink of being forgotten and lost.

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  • A Greener Lifestyle - China Today

    2019-6-19 · A Greener Lifestyle. IN the age of rapid economic development, green living has become a lifestyle pursued by most Chinese. The green and eco-friendly consumption concept is being integrated into people’s daily lives, making life more comfortable and diverse. Green Restaurants Born in the 1990s, Liu Chang, a white collar employee of a foreign ...

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  • US national living the Chinese dream - China Plus

    2018-9-12 · A taste of Tibet's pioneering spirit. Sicho Dorje couldn't be more familiar with the taste of air-dried yak meat. For generations, Tibetan herders without refrigerators had yak meat air-dried in winter, sometimes stored it in sheds made of cow dung, and ate it with Tsampa, the roasted barley flour, and buttered tea all year round.

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  • mofcom.gov.cn

    2017-6-19 · US national living the Chinese dream. When he was 16, Brian Linden, from Chicago, started cleaning carpets 40 hours a week to make a living. In 1983, with little hope in life, he was in the fourth year of the job when he met a professor from Chicago University. Brian Linden. [Photo: vccoo.com]

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