Khandro Aungae, 5, practices the Chinese yngie. When she is older, she will learn to play the Tibetan lute. Khandro and her family travel from Eagle every Sunday to participate in classes at the Tibetan Cultural School in Boulder. (Nina Riggio, Special to The Colorado Sun)

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