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论文预读:y of Shigatse to downtown Lhasa by bus. “What was ridiculous was that we had already arrived at the Todlung Cement Factory in the west suburb of Lhasa. If we called a taxi today, the distance will cost no more than 20 Yuan. However the bus driver was slow, while insisting that it was late and there探讨LivesThe试述Business试述Lives试述of试述Wangdu试述and试述Lodran试述in试述Lhasa毕业设计论文

  In a travel guide about Lhasa, it tells us “Dongzesur Antique Shop on the southeast side of the Barkhor Street contains many ancient ar

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ticles. Wangdu and his wife Lodran are recognized as nice people. Even though you may not plan to buy anything, it still deserves a visit.” What the guide talks about is the Dongzesur Antique Shop run by the Tibetan peasant businessmen, Wangdu and Lodran.

   Lovers Met in Lhasa by Destiny

  Passing by the Jokhang Temple, along the Barkhor Street, clockwise across to the Mayke Ame Restaurant and then on another four or five meters … you will find the Dongzesur Antique Shop. Wangdu and Lodran, the managers, is a peasant couple from the village of Shigatse. You will find them marked by a distinct simplicity and diligence typical of Tibetan farmers. Lodran wears Tibetan costume all year round and never uses makeup. Wangdu also tends to wear nothing special. “Whether we have money or not, we don’t like showing off. Moral quality and disposition is more important (he laughs).”

  Entering the store after Lodran, I found at first sight it was not big. But, looking around, I discovered it to be complete with everything: dzi bead, agate, turquoise, red coral, tsa-tsa, Buddha sculptures, numismatics, all kinds of antique pottery pots, butter tubes and characteristic Tibetan decorations. The shop is crammed with them.

  From the Shigatse countryside to Lhasa, from poverty to millionaires, from ignorance in youth to maturity and reliability in middle age, what on earth have Wangdu and Lodran seen in the past twenty years?

  It is really fun to listen to Lodran’s stories. She came to Lhasa alone in her teens. It took her three days to travel from the old city of Shigatse to downtown Lhasa by bus. “What was ridiculous was that we had already arrived at the Todlung Cement Factory in the west suburb of Lhasa. If we called a taxi today, the distance will cost no more than 20 Yuan. However the bus driver was slow, while insisting that it was late and therefore we should stay overnight and continue the next day. All the passengers accepted this up with grace and seemed to submit to the will of Heaven.” In her memory, the common and quiet life in Lhasa city of the eighties appears like a romantic fairy tale: picking up fallen leaves in the yard of the Regional Party Committee; stealing into the vegetable gardens of the Military Region to pull radishes; singing while carrying water for the monk’s hall in the Potala Palace; playing hide-andseek in the thick woods of the Norbulingka; being scared by listening to the neighborhood nanny telling ghost stories in the ancient house. All her past seems to be as vivid in her mind as if it had just taken place yesterday.   When Lodran was about 17 or 18 years old, one of her relatives sent her to the carpet factory as an apprentice. At that time, she had to work over a dozen hours a day and was only paid about 10 Yuan. Fortunately, she had experienced a hard life in the countryside, and had no complaint or sense of boredom. Everyday, while the Barkor Street and the city of Lhasa were changing and becoming more crowded little by little; Lodran seemed not to notice, as if she was destined to spend her days before the weaving machine.

  But all was

论文随机片段:ishes; singing while carrying water for the monk’s hall in the Potala Palace; playing hide-andseek in the thick woods of the Norbulingka; being scared by listening to the neighborhood nanny telling ghost stories in the ancient house. All her past seems to be as vivid in her mind as if it had just t