Nearly every Tibetan can sing and dance. They sing anytime for any event and dance at festivals, weddings, gatherings and during their spare time. The Tibetan nationality, or Bo as it calls itself, has a population of about 3.87 million, scattered in Tibet, Gansu, Sichuan and Yunnan, which are known
for their highlands, grasslands, thick forests and abundant natural resources. The areas inhabited by Tibetans boats a great diversity of folk songs and dances.
historical writings we can see that more than a thousand years
ago folk religious and sorcerers' dances were very popular in
Tibet. They influenced the Wild Bull Dance, Yak Dance,
Deer Dance, Crane Dance, Peacock Dance, Sorcerers' Dance,
Drum Dance and other kinds of folk dances that have been
handed down to this day.
Here we will introduce you some of the early dances popular among Tibetans: