Woman fends off Ti­betan mas­tiff

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

the World Cup. A 48-year-old woman saved a boy from be­ing at­tacked by a Ti­betan mas­tiff, Ori­ent To­day re­ported on Thurs­day. Wang Jun­rong, who is only 1.53 me­ters tall, was help­ing her neighbor move fur­ni­ture when she saw the neighbor’s Ti­betan mas­tiff break free from its re­strain­ing chain and ap­proach a 4-year-old boy. She ran in front of the boy and asked him to leave. She then fought the dog for 20 min­utes be­fore be­ing res­cued and sent to a hospi­tal.


Ti­betans from the Aba Ti­betan and Qiang au­ton­o­mous pre­fec­ture in Sichuan prov­ince par­tic­i­pate in a tra­di­tional rit­ual prayer on Wed­nes­day for abun­dant pas­ture and strong live­stock. Pieces of paper in­scribed with Bud­dhist prayers and im­ages of the myth­i­cal “wind horse” are tossed in the air as an of­fer­ing to the heav­ens.

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