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From: TibetCulture.net 2011-01-26 15:23:00
by: niki
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CAPDTC hosts New Year reception

Zhu Weiqun, vice chairman and secretary-general of China Association for Preservation and Development of Tibetan Culture (CAPDTC), is delivering a speech, photo of tibetculture.net.

Guests of the reception talk to each other, photo of tibetculture.net.

The new year reception, photo of tibetculture.net.

China Association for Preservation and Development of Tibetan Culture (CAPDTC) hosted a reception for its council members dedicated to the  upcoming Spring Festival and Tibetan New Year of Iron Rabbit on Jan. 18 in Beijing.

Zhu Weiqun, vice chairman and secretary-general of CAPDTC and Sita, vice minister of the CPC United Front Work Department and vice chairman of CAPDTC, attended the reception, together with about 70 guests involved in Tibetan culture protection and promotion.

Founded on June 21, 2004, the CAPDTC is composed of volunteers from both home and abroad who love Tibetan culture and are concerned about its preservation and development. It is  a nonprofit organization with  consultative  status approved by  the United Nations Economic and Social Council.


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