Tibetans celebrate New Year at home

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A family in Southwest China`s Tibet autonomous region celebrates Tibetan New Year at home, on Feb.24, 2020. This year`s New Year festival, also known as Losar, begins on Monday, and traditionally lasts for about one to two weeks. [Photo by Tentsen Shinden /for chinadaily.com.cn]

Tibetans celebrate New Year at home

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A family in Lhasa celebrates Tibetan New Year at home by toasting each other with barley wine, on Feb.24, 2020. [Photo by Tentsen Shinden/for chinadaily.com.cn]

Tibetans celebrate New Year at home

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A woman decorates her home with a piece of colorful cloth in Lhasa in Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, on Feb.22, 2020. [Photo by Tentsen Shinden/for chinadaily.com.cn]

Tibetans celebrate New Year at home

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Two Tibetan children eat chemar, a mixture of roast barley flour and butter, in celebration of Tibetan New Year at their home, on Feb.25. [Photo by Jigme Dorje/for chinadaily.com.cn]