Tibet: inheriting intangible cultural heritage to help people increase income

In recent years, Tibet Autonomous Region has found an integrated development path for its traditional handicrafts relying on the construction of intangible heritage industry projects, which not only allows the masses to increase their incomes and become rich, but also promotes the inheritance and development of intangible heritage culture.

The picture shows the inheritor of Naisa mask making, an intangible cultural heritage of Lhoka City is displaying the mask.