Preserving culture: Repairing silk relics in Norbulingka

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Tibet’s Park of Treasure, Norbulingka, keeps a collection of silk relics rare in quantity and diversity. Protecting these ancient art pieces requires expertise and skill. Experts from the China National Silk Museum have managed to repair the first batch of damaged fabrics with the help of a new material – Zhousi Yarn.

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