Live: What does the Tibetan New Year look like? 藏历新年知多少

The Tibetan New Year’s Day, also known as Losar, and the Chinese Spring Festival fall on the same day in 2018. As the most important holiday on the Tibetan calendar, Losar is celebrated over a period of two weeks. In Sichuan Province's Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, China’s second largest Tibetan area, a family of six in the Nayi village of Danba County is preparing to welcome the new year.

(Source: CGTN,
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