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Delegation from Taiwan visits Tibet



From: China Tibet Online

Wu Yingjie, Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Tibet Autonomous Region Committee, held a talk with Hung Hsiu-chu, former chairperson of the Taiwan-based Kuomintang, in Lhasa on June 15, according to news from Tibet's local official TV station.

At the meeting, Wu Yingjie expressed his welcome to Hung Hsiu-chu and gave an overview of the economic and social development in Tibet.

Hung Hsiu-chu said that she hopes to increase exchange and cooperation between Taiwan and Tibet, together making contributions to achieve the Chinese dream of national rejuvenation.


Wu Yingjie, Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Tibet Autonomous Region Committee, hold a talk with Hung Hsiu-chu, former chairperson of the Taiwan-based Kuomintang, in Lhasa on June 15.

Wu Yingjie said that Tibet is currently at one of the best periods in history as its economy is currently developing rapidly, society continues to be stable, people's livelihoods have greatly improved, ecological protection is going well, all ethnic groups are unified and harmonious, infrastructure continues to improve, people's freedom of religious belief is fully guaranteed, and cultural heritage is preserved and passed down.

He said that he hopes more Taiwan compatriots will come to Tibet for tourism, to invest in industries, to strengthen exchanges, to develop pragmatic cooperation, achieving mutual beneficial results.

Hung Hsiu-chu expressed her sincere admiration of the achievements Tibet has made in economic and social development.

She said that Tibet is the roof of the world and a wonderland on the earth. Under the strong leadership and special care of the Communist Party of China and with the support and selfless assistance of people throughout the country, Tibet has achieved great development and people of all ethnic groups live happy lives in peace and contentment.

She hopes to increase exchange and cooperation between Taiwan and Tibet, together making contributions to achieve the Chinese dream of national rejuvenation.

Editor: Tommy Tan.

 

 

 

 

 

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