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Pamela Logan's Asia Adventure Page

RESTORING TIBETAN MONASTERIES


Injecting glue to forestall delamination of a Buddhist mural

The purpose of this program is to restore and preserve architecture and art on the eastern Tibetan plateau. It was begun in 1991 by the China Exploration & Research Society; it's now operated entirely by the Kham Aid Foundation. In my role as program director I have led regular missions of foreign conservation experts to Tibetan monasteries in Dege County, Sichuan. Details maybe found on the CERS/KAF Monastery Conservation Project home page, which is hosted by the gallant folks at Web Art Publishing. I'm now writing a book about the work at Baiya Monastery (above).

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