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Sikyong opens Exhibition on Tibet’s Journey in Exile/ENG

2013. szeptember 4./CTA/TibetPress


DHARAMSHALA: On the occasion of 53rd Tibetan Democracy Day on 2 September, Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay inaugurated a month-long photo exhibition titled “Tibet’s Journey in Exile” at the Tibet Museum of Department of Information and International Relations in Dharamsala.

The Tibet Museum first launched the exhibition as part of a programme to mark 50 years in exile, at Phendeling Tibetan Settlement in Mainpat in central Indian in June 2010 and later showcased at Tibetan settlements, schools and monasteries across India.

The exhibition portrays more than 50 years of efforts made by Tibetans in reviving their cultural identity, building a sustainable community, and establishing a robust democracy in exile after China’s invasion of Tibet.

We have organised the exhibition in Dharamsala with five new panels showcasing the historic devolution of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s political authority to the democratically-elected Tibetan leadership, said Tashi Phuntsok, the head of Tibet Museum.

Through this exhibition, we want to thank the people and government of India for their generous help and unflinching support for Tibetans over the last five decades, he said.

It also aims to express our deep gratitude to His Holiness the Dalai Lama for his remarkable leadership and benevolence, and the elder generation for their dedication and hard work in rebuilding Tibetans community in exile. Another important goal is to raise awareness among Tibetans, foreign and Indian visitors about the issue of Tibet, he added.

The exhibition will go on till 1 October.


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