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From: China Tibet Online 2011-07-13 15:22:00
by: Rachel Wang
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People amazed by great changes in Tibet over past 60 years


Announcer: the exhibition marking the 60th anniversary of the peaceful liberation of Tibet held at the Beijing Cultural Palace of Nationalities received numerous visitors from home and broad, among whom some local Beijingers expressed their excitement to our reporter.

Announcer: Hu Yuhua, who retired over ten years ago, paid a special visit to the exhibition. She was marveled at Tibet’s tremendous achievements over the past 60 years,.

Hu Yuhua: the changes that have taken place in Tibet are incredible. The old Tibet was like a hell where serfs suffered from tortures and led a miserable life. However, the new Tibet enabled Tibetans to stand up as masters of their fates thanks to the Chinese Communist Party. It is they who liberated Tibet and led Tibetans to live a happy life.

Announcer: The exhibition, with over 500 pictures, 30 relics, 30 tables and graphs and video clips, focused on the great course of the peaceful liberation, the remarkable achivements made in Tibet in terms of its economy, politics, culture and society during the past six decades as well as the united and harmonious new life of the Tibetans.

Hu Yuhua: I feel that only one word that can describe Tibet’s changes, that is earthshaking. I am amazed by the pictures that have recorded Tibet’s impoverished past, but many secretaries of the Party committees led Tibetan people to make joint efforts and endure the hardship to start a new life. They were also provided with  funds and talents. I do feel that now Tibetans are as happy as people in Beijing.

Announcer: a great many visitors who have never been to Tibet but are longing for it have better known about Tibet’s yesterday, today and tomorrow.

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