November 16, 2020
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Representative Dawa Tsering, Office of Tibet, Taiwan, Tibetologists and dignitaries preside over the panel discussion on ‘Buddhist influence on Tibetan law and Tibetan arts’ organised by Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Centre under Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture.

Taiwan: The Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Centre under the Ministry of Culture of Taiwan organized a one-day conference titled “Tibetan Cultural Development and Innovation Conference” on 14 November.

The three-part panel series saw experts on Tibetan culture and dignitaries delve in-depth on the theme of ‘The influence of Buddhism on Tibetan Law by the institutions of ‘Compensation payments for death’ and ‘Ordeal’ bringing out eight research presentations focussing on the given themes, and expert commentaries, followed by an interactive question and answer series.

Representative Dawa Tsering, Office of Tibet, Taiwan presented on the Buddhist-orientations of Tibetan law, Tibetan performing arts and ancient art, sharing historical documents and giving suitable examples. He informed that such expert research presentations which are rare leads to new knowledge and understanding of the Tibetan culture and Buddhism.

The Mongolian Tibetan Cultural Centre has undertaken a host of initiatives introducing Tibetan culture and its foundations among middle school and higher education students. The conference is a part of such initiatives.

Read the Tibetan report, filed by Office of Tibet, Taiwan here.

Representative Dawa Tsering, OOT Taiwan speaks at Taiwan Culture Ministry conference titled “Tibetan Cultural Development and Innovation Conference”, 14 November 2020.

The panel discussion on ‘Buddhist influence on Tibetan law and Tibetan arts’ organised by Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Centre under Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture.


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