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Yak ink paintings go on display in Tibet

Publish Time: 2018-06-22 Author: From: chinadaily.com.cn
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One of Meng Fanhua's yak ink-painting works in the exhibition hall in Lhasa on June 19, 2018. [Photo by Palden Nyima]
One of Meng Fanhua's yak ink-painting works in the exhibition hall in Lhasa on June 19, 2018. [Photo by Palden Nyima]

Born and raised in China's Qinghai province, Meng came to Tibet 16 years ago and started his yak painting life journey.

It is the first time in the region that Meng has exhibited so many works, which were produced within the last two years.

Ao Chao, the director of the Tibet Folk Art Museum, attended the opening ceremony and addressed the audience. He said Meng has been learning from different masters, but now his works are better than those of his masters.

"We can consider this exhibition as Meng's appreciation for the plateau where he lives and that he has benefited from over the years," said Ao.

 

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