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Dialogue 11/07/19 Tibet, 60 years after peaceful liberation

07-19-2011 20:32 BJT


Dialogue 2011/07/19 Tibet, 60 years after peaceful liberation

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Host: Tian Wei

Tian Wei

Studio Guest Speakers:

Tsamchu Drolma, Director of editorial office of Tibetan Studies

Dawa Ciren, Tibet Academy of Social Science

Online Guest:

Professor Jonathan Holslag, Brussels Inst. of Contemporary China Studies, Vrue Univ.


Li Yong, Current affairs commentator




Tuesday marks the 60th anniversary of the peaceful liberation of Tibet. Over the past 6 decades, enormous changes have taken place in the Tibet autonomous region. It has become a place not only with cultural attractions but also eager to find its unique way to modernity. Its stories are especially examined when one looks at China, a country with 56 ethnic groups. However, questions are also being raised as to how to guarantee a better future for Tibet, a sustainable and unique Tibet and a Tibet that can keep up with the development of the rest of China and also the rest of the world.

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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