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Tibet website launches English version

January 28, 2008


A Tibetan culture website has launched English and Tibetan language
versions. The site, which belongs to the China Association for
Preservation and Development of Tibetan Culture, has also upgraded its
Chinese section.

The newly launched English-language site includes sections for News,
History, Religion, Tourism, Tibetology, Tibetan Medicine, Education and
the Tibetan Language.

It's China's first English website to a comprehensive package of
information on the Autonomous Region.

Both the Chinese and Tibetan versions of the website have launched
columns to provide a new platform for surfers to understand a real Tibet
on the web.

It's also the first time that unicode is adopted for the input of
Tibetan characters.

Si Ta, Vice Director of the United Front Work Department of CPC said
"The new and upgraded versions of the website will become new windows on
Tibet for the rest of the world. It will help more people understand the
objective reality of Tibet."

The China Association for Preservation and Development of Tibetan
Culture is an organization for volunteers who love Tibetan culture. It
has UN Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council.
Editor:Xiong Qu
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