Creating Virtue: The Story of the Thangka Painter

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Thangka, a unique painting format featuring Buddha, deities or other religious symbols in Tibetan culture, is still practiced by some every single day.

Gong Qiu, a Tangka painter who has learnt Thangka nearly 20 years, says the happiest part of his life is when he paints, so he does it every day in Shanghai for more than three years.

"The more we do, the more virtuous we become," he said with a firm voice. "It’s not for money, but to be more virtuous."

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