As one of the traditional Tibetan dresses, Zaza dress in Comai County, Lhoka city has a long history. It is said that the dress was made by emulating the dress of Princess Wencheng in the Tang Dynasty and has been passed down today. Ngawang Tendar, a national inheritor of the Zaza dress, has learned making the dress since childhood. Learning firstly from making the boots of the dress, Ngawang is devoted to inheriting and developing the handicraft and has taken two apprentices now, who has made income from making the dress and has shaken off poverty.
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