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Forum on Tibet’s development opens in Lhasa
update:July 08,2016
July 8, 2016

July 8, 2016 -- Susan Denise Edwards, an American teacher at Beijing Language and Culture University(Photo by Geng Yifei/ en.tibetol.cn)
July 8, 2016 -- The Forum on the Development of Tibet opened Thursday in Lhasa.
More than 130 experts, scholars and correspondents from over 30 countries and regions attended the forum which was co-hosted by the State Council Information Office and the Tibetan regional government.
“This is my first time to come to Tibet. I like Tibetans very much. Tibetans are very enthusiastic and warm-hearted. They wave hands and smile to foreigners like me,” said Susan Denise Edwards, an American teacher at Beijing Language and Culture University.
“Tibetan culture really shocked me. I visited the Potala Palace and other monasteries these days, They are very beautiful and splendid. As the schedule is really tight, I want to revisit them some time later”, said Susan.
“I want to learn Tibetan culture if I have an opportunity. I am so interested in Tibetan culture,” she added.

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