At seven o'clock in the evening, after a good rest in the hotel, we took a taxi to Zhepeng Temple. The gate of the temple was closed. Fortunately, our car could still go up the hill for a tip. Along the path next to the temple, the empty mountain in the evening heard only the tinkling sound of the turning barrel echoing, occasionally the lamas in red dress burning incense in front of the White Pagoda! I like the quietness of the temple at dusk very much. I feel that only the quietness of the Buddhist gate can really purify the mind and have some understanding! It is said that Lhasa is the center of Buddha's gate all over the world. Everyone's insight here is different from that of the city of Lhasa. Suddenly, there are bursts of singing and greetings to the three little sisters who took us to the mountain. They say that Tibetans are beating Aga. The enlargement of the eighth right hand is very visible. Tibetans wear red clothes while beating the top of the house and singing melodious songs. The song echoes in the empty valley at dusk and the solemnity of the temple. The last picture is a special thank you to the three little sisters who happened to lead the way enthusiastically, and the dog who followed us, who has been friendly escort since we went up the hill until we went down and watched us turn back after we arrived at the parking lot.