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From: China Tibet Information Center 2010-03-29 13:13:00
by: Sophia
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Celebrate emancipation of serfs in Burang, Tibet

A flag-raising ceremony in Burang of Tibet, photo from CTIC, March 28.

Offering hada to the picture of Chairman Mao, photo from CTIC, March 28.

Burang County of Ngari Prefecture in Tibet has celebrated the first anniversary of the Serfs Emancipation Day on March 28.

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