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The challenge in Tibet is to remain polite and courteous in social relationships regardless of the difficulties which arise! Remember that loss of self-control is less likely to bring about your desired response. When visiting a monastery or temple, do not smoke, wear a hat, or interrupt prayers and on-going ceremonies. External photography is generally allowed, whereas internal photography of the images and murals within a temple may be prohibited, or acceptable for a fee (normally imposed by the authorities). Always ask before photographing. Bribes are officially frowned upon, but often accepted when discreetly offered. Small gifts, however, are widely appreciated. Photographs of important lamas from the various Buddhist or Bon traditions are revered throughout the monasteries, villages, and towns of Tibet, but photographs of the Dalai Lama, which cannot presently be sold in public, should be voided unless they can be given discreetly in confidence. At the time of arrival or departure, it is customary to exchange gifts.

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