Tibet relics at Palace Museum

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Publish Time: 2019-12-11 Author: Liu Zhongyin and Zhao Yusha From: Global Times

A visitor takes picture of relics at an exhibition, titled "the Fortune and Longevity of Sumeru: an Encounter between the Tashi Lhunpo Monastery and the Palace Museum," which opened to public on Tuesday. Photo: Li Hao/GT

The exhibit was deemed a rare opportunity by many cultural admirers to have a taste of culture of Tibetans and other ethnic minority groups. 

The Global Times reporter noticed on Tuesday tourists were sporadic at the Palace Museum because it is the off-season at the museum, while visitors were pouring into the exhibit. They were impressed by the fineness of the relics. Several foreigner tourists were also spotted. They said that the close ties between the central government and Tibet can be traced way back. 

The exhibit is also an opener to mark the 600th anniversary of the Forbidden City, home to the Palace Museum. 

The document sent by the Tibetan cultural heritage administration also said that the Tashi Lhunpo Monastery and the Palace Museum were linked together by Tibetan Buddhism and ethnic ties; the show will guide visitors in understanding the role played by Tibetan Buddhism in bolstering national solidarity.  

This is a rare opportunity, because it is not easy to travel to Xigaze [where the monastery is located], said Zhang Li, who is a professor at a Beijing university. She noted that mutual understanding between people in the inland and Tibet are greatly enhanced thanks to exhibits like this.  

The Tashi Lhunpo Monastery is famous for its tradition of embracing patriotism, said Zhu Weiqun, former head of the Ethnic and Religious Affairs Committee of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. 

For example, the current 11th Panchen Lama, who unwaveringly holds the flag of patriotism, comes to the monastery every year to preach to religious believers religious and patriotic content, such as how Tibet is developing under the central government's rule, Zhu said.

The exhibit ends on February 29, 2020.

Shan Jie also contributed to the story

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