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Citizens live a happy life

By Liu Fang, Zhu Nan Source:China Tibet News 2019年03月15日 18:18

In 2006, the government of Lhasa City re-planned and renovated Dzongyab Lukhang Park. On the basis of its original styles and features, the park was divided into 5 functional areas: folk-custom activity, ecological waterscape, historical site, water activity and cultural activity. The theme of preserving the cultural relics and developing tourism was highlighted.

As spring is coming and everything wakes up, Dzongyab Lukhang Park presents a vibrant scene. People feed migrant birds, do morning exercises and take a stroll; they make the park full of vitality.


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Migratory birds are resting on the lake. [China Tibet News/Kelzang Lhundrup, Lu Lijuan]

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Citizens and tourists are strolling in the park. [China Tibet News/Kelzang Lhundrup, Lu Lijuan]

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Photo shows citizens doing calisthenics in the park. [China Tibet News/Kelzang Lhundrup, Lu Lijuan]

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Volunteer (L1) is teaching citizen calisthenics. [China Tibet News/Kelzang Lhundrup, Lu Lijuan]

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Photo shows fitness-loving citizens practicing Tai Chi in the morning. [China Tibet News/Kelzang Lhundrup, Lu Lijuan]


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Photo shows citizens rehearsing "Langmar Duixie" (a traditional Tibetan dance which is listed among state-level intangible cultural heritages), under the guidance of Dekyi (L1). [China Tibet News/Kelzang Lhundrup, Lu Lijuan]


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