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This section of the book China's Creation and Origin Myths presents the religious drawing of the origin of the world by Mosuo daba (priest) in Ninglang, Yunnan province. It shows the painting of the Tibetan monkey ancestor in Potala Palace, Lhasa. The section depicts the images of Nyatri Tsenpo, the first tsenpo (king) of the Tubo Kingdom (Tibet today), Qing dynasty in Potala Palace, and Nüwa Temple in She county of Hebei province. It also presents the silk painting of Fuxi and Nüwa and the great conquers of flood.

Keywords: Nüwa Temple; She county; Hebei province; Mosuo daba



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