Nearly 100 cultural products from Tibet are on display at the China Cultural Center in Nigeria, as part of the events to celebrate the Tibet Cultural Month, China's Tibet Tashi Delek, in the West African country.


A wide range of products are on show, ranging from T-shirts and Tibetan incense to bookmarks and kites. Visitors are also encouraged to interact with Tibetan folk artists in Tibetan calligraphy, painting, weaving, and wood carving.


The exhibition is open for free to the public starting Aug 7 and will last for a week.
 


 A visitor looks at people writing Tibetan calligraphy at a creative cultural product exhibition
in the China Cultural Center in Nigeria. [Photo/Chinanews.com]


Nigerians learn to make string of beads during the Tibet Cultural Month in Nigeria. [Photo/Chinaculture.org]


Nigerians learn to make string of beads during the Tibet Cultural Month in Nigeria. [Photo/Chinaculture.org]


Items on display at theTibet Cultural Month in Nigeria. [Photo/Chinanews.com]

From Chinadaily