Tibetan Culture Month comes to Nigeria

Local visitors watch Tibetan calligraphers writing in Tibetan. [Photo/China News Service]

The "China Tibet: Tashi Delek" Tibetan Culture Month event was held in Nigeria in Africa recently, helping the people of Nigeria better understand Tibet's vigorous cultural development, according to the Culture Bureau of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on August 13.

Local visitors are learning the production of Tibetan jewelry. [Photo/China News Service]

Norbu Tsering, director of Tibet Autonomous Region Culture Bureau's department of industry, said that the event displayed more than 50 kinds with over 100 pieces of original Tibetan culture products. Local visitors are also invited to try Tibetan calligraphy, Tibetan kite making, Tibetan weaving, Tibetan chess, and Tibetan woodcarving. At the same time, they are invited to taste butter tea, sweet tea, tsampa, and other Tibetan snacks. 

Cultural products on "Princess Wencheng" are on display at the event. [Photo/China News Service]

The Tibetan Culture Month in Nigeria concluded on August 15. In addition, the first "China Tibet: Tashi Delek" culture products exhibition will be held in Lhasa from August 19 to 27.