Tibet's horse racing gala

Updated: 2011-08-12 08:55


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Tibet's horse racing gala

Riders in the Tibet autonomous region participate in a competition during a horse-racing gala on August 11, 2011. They show their bravery by performing a series of stunts, such as picking up khata, or ceremonial scarves, while on horseback. The gala was opened in Naqu in Tibet that day and will last six days. [Photo/China Daily]

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