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Bolo wood carving in Gyamda County, Tibet

Publish Time: 2018-06-13 Author: Chen Man From: Kangba TV

Photo shows Namgyal, an inheritor of Bolo wood carving at regional level, introduces basic knowledge and presents steps of carving characters. Bolo wood carving of Gyamda County, Chamdo, Tibet Autonomous Region, enjoys a history of hundreds of years. Bolo wood carving was included in the national intangible cultural heritage list in June, 2008, which helped inherit, innovate and promote the skill. (Photo/Chen Weiguo)

Photo shows different kinds of gravers. (Photo/Chen Weiguo)

Photo shows Namgyal smears glue on the plank. (Photo/Chen Weiguo)


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