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Village Waltz-Nissi Love Dance (I)


In the Diqing Tibetan area of Yunnan, Nixi Township in Shangri-La County is a hometown of singing and dancing, and the famous Nixi dance originated from this area. The Nixi Love Dance is mainly represented by Tangman Village Love Dance. Each village in Nixi Township has its own unique love dance. The lyrics are roughly the same, but the tone is different. Most of Tangman's tone is longer, which requires a deeper confidence and a higher voice. However, this does not seem to be a problem. People describe the people here as "talking can sing, walking can dance." From the elderly in their 70 s and 80 s to the teenagers, they are all country dancers who love dancing.

Overview of Tibetan History


A large number of research results in many disciplines such as genetics, archaeology, history, and linguistics show that: Han and Tibetans share a common ancestor; many prehistoric cultures in Tibet are closely related to the Chinese culture of the same period; the Tibetan Plateau and the inland The economy, culture and politics have always maintained close relations, and Tibet has been an inseparable part of China since ancient times. The Tibetans have a long history, originating from an agricultural tribe in the central region of the Yarlung Zangbo River Basin. According to archaeological discoveries, as early as more than 4000 years ago, Tibetan ancestors lived and multiplied in the Yarlung Zangbo River basin. According to Chinese historical records, Tibetans belonged to the Western Qiang during the Han Dynasty.

Origin and Formation of Tibetan Medicine


Tibetans are one of the ethnic groups with a long history and glorious culture in China. Tibetan medicine is the five outstanding inventions of the Tibetan people (the five small inventions and the five great inventions are ten Ming. The five Ming: rhetoric, rhetoric, rhyme, drama, astrology; the five Ming: technology, medicine, phonology, orthotics, Buddhism.) One of the great culture. It is a summary of the experience of the ancestors of this nation in the struggle against various diseases on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau since ancient times. In the long historical development, it has absorbed many essences of other fraternal nationalities and foreign medicine, and has continuously supplemented, improved, invented and created it. Become a branch with revolutionary national characteristics

The Legend of Tibetan Origin


In the first half of the 7th century AD, Tibet had its own writing. The legend of "macaque becoming human" has been recorded in the book "The King's Legacy" by Tubo Zanpu Songzanganbu. Subsequently, Tibetan historians of all ages agreed that man was transformed from the macaque. For more than 1000 years, the legend that the Yalong River Valley is one of the birthplaces of mankind has been widely spread in Tibetan areas. Compared with various absurd preaching such as Nuwa's "kneading earth to create man" and the Western "God created man", it obviously has a certain scientific truth. Tibetan legendary ancient macaque, covered in long hair and red face, first lived in groups with other macaques and birds and animals in the large forests of the Yarlung Zangbo River valley in Tibet.

Father of Tibetan-Tunmi Sambuza


Tunmi Sambuza was a great early Tibetan society linguist, translator, the first master of Buddhist dissemination and the enlightenment of Songtsang Ganbu. His name and his immortal achievements will be forever in history and admired by future generations. During the 7th century AD, Tunmi Sambuza was born in the Tunmi family of Tunbaigou (now Nimu County) in the upper reaches of the Yarlung Zangbo River. His father, Tun Mi'alu, was both an eminent monk of the Bon religion and a former minister of the Tubo Zanpu Songtsen Gampo. Mother's name is Ah. Tunmi Sambuza has been clever and intelligent since she was a child. At the age of thirteen, recalled to the palace by Songtsen Gampo

Tibetan in Minority Languages


Tibetan is a language used by Tibetans in my country. It is mainly distributed in the Tibet Autonomous Region and parts of Qinghai, Sichuan, Gansu, and Yunnan provinces. It belongs to the Tibetan-Burmese branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. Modern Tibetan has the following characteristics:(1) the initial consonants of voiced consonants tend to be clear, and the reserved initial consonants in some areas are all derived from the basic voiced consonants of ancient compound consonants, and it has a complementary relationship with the tone (5) There are two types of true compound phonology, nasal and non-nasal.

Butter Flower


Butter flower is one of the three artistic wonders of Ta'er Monastery, the holy land of Tibetan Buddhism in China. As an oil-plastic art, butter flower is a variety of Buddha statues, figures, landscapes, birds and animals, trees and flowers, pavilions and pavilions carefully shaped by art monks in the cold winter season. Its works are lifelike, colorful and exquisite. During the Lantern Festival, the Ta'er Temple will exhibit the butter flower works collectively made by the flower monks, attracting many domestic and foreign tourists to visit. The butter flower, known as one of the three wonders of the Ta'er Temple art, attracts many domestic and foreign visitors every year with its exquisite craftsmanship. This year, the butter flower made by the artists of the upper and lower houses

Tibetan Sports Activities in the Tubo Era


Tibetans are a nation that loves sports and entertainment. As early as the Tubo era (7th-9th century AD), horse racing, archery and other sports activities were popular. Tubo's famous Zapusong Zan Ganbu is an athlete. He likes to assassinate wild horses and wild yaks in a fast gallop on horseback. The history books say that he once cut off the head of a wild yak with a knife. This kind of "galloping" game gives people excitement and tension far above the Spanish bullfighting scene. During the Chisong Dezan period, after the completion of the Sangye Temple, a grand celebration was held and there were various performances. A famous Opala performed a unique skill of riding a camel. He was able to ride a camel in

Tibetan etiquette "offering hada"


There are many theories about the origin of hada. According to legend, in the era of Zongkhapa, the ancestor of the Yellow Patriarch, the habit of giving each other hada and showing respect to each other had been formed on the Tibetan plateau. Another folklore claims that the Buddha's light and the hungry clouds in the sky are signs of boundless happiness and good luck. Offering hada is the most common etiquette of the Tibetan people. In Tibetan areas, weddings and funerals, welcoming and sending, worshiping elders, seeing Buddha statues, seeing off far away, etc., all have the habit of offering "Hada. Offering "Hada" means to express purity, sincerity, loyalty and respect to the other party. The Tibetans entered the temple gate, first presented a hada, then worshipped the Buddha statue and visited the temples.

Shelton Festival


"Shelton Festival" is one of the traditional festivals with a long history in Tibet. Shelton is a Tibetan translator, meaning "yogurt feast", so Shelton Festival was interpreted as a festival for drinking yogurt. Later, it gradually evolved into the performance of Tibetan opera, also known as the "Tibetan Opera Festival". The traditional Snowdon Festival takes the exhibition of Buddha as the prelude, so it is also called the "Buddha Festival". At the same time, there are wonderful yak racing and equestrian performances. Origin of the festival: According to the regulations of the Gelug Sect (Yellow Sect) of Tibetan Buddhism, the ban period is from June 15 to July 30 of the Tibetan calendar every year. Lamas of temples and temples are not allowed to go out to avoid trampling on insects. They can only go down the mountain after the ban is lifted on July 30. When the lama went down the mountain, the farmers and herdsmen took out

Tibetan Rap Art


In ancient times when the Tibetan people did not have their own writing, they began to use oral rap to artistically reflect their lives, express their thoughts and feelings, impart production and life experience, and express aesthetic concepts and artistic tastes. In Tibetan areas, there are mainly the following varieties of national rap art: ① Lingzhong, that is, Gesar rap; ② Zhong He Zhonglu, that is, rap story; ③ Gullu is the song of Tao; ④ Duiba Harmony, that is, praise and praise; ⑤ 100; ⑥ Lama Mani; ⑦ Folding; ⑧ Tie Nian plays and sings; ⑨ Xia; ⑩ Tibetan Xiangsheng; There are smaller ones like arma, wait. 1. In many epics of Chinese ethnic minorities, Ling Zhong produced about

Tibetan Ba Ye


Xianzi, also known as "xianzi", "ye", "ba ye", is a kind of huqin unique to tibetan, generally played by men. Xianzi dance, also known as "Xianzi", is a comprehensive Tibetan song and dance art that integrates song, dance and music with the accompaniment of the instrument Xianzi. Xianzi dance is distributed in eastern Tibet and Tibetan-inhabited areas such as Yunnan, Sichuan and Qinghai. It is an indispensable self-entertaining song and dance in the lives of Tibetan people. There is no fixed place for string dance, but it can become a dance floor in a flat place, such as courtyard dam, roof and room. All lovers, men, women and children can set foot in the dance floor. At festivals, events or major gatherings, people
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