Love for Pulu, a Tibetan woolen product

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Publish Time: 2017-08-22 Author: Chen Man From: Kangba TV

The song Lhasa Ballad sings, "We may forget the clothes we wear, but never Pulu." (Photo/ Xu Na)

Pulu, a tweed-like Tibetan woolen product, originates from the Tang Dynasty, when Princess Wencheng came to Tibet. (Photo/ Xu Na)

In Dranang County, Tibet Autonomous Region, ethnic handicrafts, such as Pulu processing and cushion weaving, develop very well. Every household knows Pulu making skill. (Photo/ Xu Na)

Woolen yarn on the cushion (Photo/ Xu Na)

In the Pulu Factory of Dranang County, a skilled worker sits in front of a Pulu machine, stamping the pedal and pushing and pulling the yarn. (Photo/ Xu Na)

The shuttle, a tool for making Pulu (Photo/ Xu Na)

In the Pulu Factory of Dranang County, a skilled worker sits in front of a Pulu machine, stamping the pedal and pushing and pulling the yarn. (Photo/ Xu Na) 

"Buxu", a tool used to coil the woolen yarn (Photo/ Xu Na)

Exquisite Pulu products (Photo/ Xu Na)

Carpets made of Pulu (Photo/ Xu Na)

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