Tibetan Craft Store

 

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Feb 19, 2017–Ngodup Paljor sitting behind the counter in a Tibetan craft store, Bodhi Leaf, in Boston.  All of the goods sold in the store was handmade and selected by Paljor and his wife from Tibet, India, and Nepal.  Photo by Xinlei Chen.

 

 

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Feb. 19, 2017–Ngodup Paljor supports his chin in Bodhi Leaf, Cambridge, Boston. Paljor has been in the U.S. for seventeen years. He said he was not a baseball fan but he bought the cap of Red Sox to build a connection with his customers. Photo by Xinlei Chen.
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Feb. 19, 2017–Ngodup Paljor with a photo his mental leader, the 14th Dalai Lama, in the mirror in his shop, Bodhi Leaf, Cambridge, Boston. Paljor said he was born in India with his families fled from China in 1947 when Community Party took over Tibet. Photo by Xinlei Chen
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Feb. 19, 2017–Ngodup Paljor(left) talks with a customer(right) in his Tibetan craft store, Bodhi Leaf, telling him the meanings and features of a craft work on Sunday afternoon. Photo by Xinlei Chen

 

 

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Feb. 19, 2017– Ngodup Paljor (right) checks out for a customer(left) on Sunday in his shop, Bodhi Leaf, at Cambridge, Boston. Photo by Xinlei Chen.

 

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