May 10, 2011
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Published By Tashi

Mobile Exhibition on Tibet Travels to Central Part of Taiwan [Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:35 a.m.]


 
A two-week long on exhibition on Tibet begins in Changhua Culture Center in Changhua, Central Taiwan, on 9 May/Photos by Sodor

Taipei:
A two-week long exhibition on Tibet, being jointly organised by Tibet
Religious Foundation of His Holiness the Dalai Lama based in Taipei and
the Chinese-Tibetan Association of Taiwan, has begun at Changhua
Culture Center on 9 May. Changhua city is located in the
central part of Taiwan and it is best known for its landmark 26 meter
high statue of the Buddha. A total of 70 panels are put on
display, which portray the life of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and
Tibetans in exile, Tibetan Buddhism, history and arts of Tibet, and the
past and present situation inside Tibet. The exhibit also
showcases Tibetan paper money, coins and Tibet’s postage stamps. The
ongoing exhibition at Changhua city is the 9th among the series of
similar events held in different cities in Taiwan since July 2009. “Our
main objective of holding this mobile exhibition is to raise public
awareness about the history, religion and culture and other issues
related to Tibet and Tibetan people,” the organisers told TibetNet
website in an e-mail message.The organisers are very thankful
to the office of Changhua Culture Bureau for giving permission to hold
this exhibition in the main hall of their culture center, the
organisers said.Changhua has number of other historic sites and beautiful landscape that attracts tourists and Taiwanese alike.

 
Visitors at two-week long on exhibition on Tibet begins in Changhua Culture Center in Changhua, Central Taiwan, on 9 May
 
Panels portray the life of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Tibetans in exile, Tibetan Buddhism, history and arts of Tibet, and the past and present situation inside Tibet.
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