International symposium on Tibet held in Beijing

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    Experts and scholars from both China and overseas joined a symposium in Beijing on Sunday, briefing their recent research and study on the Tibet Autonomous Region. With the theme of “Peace and Development,” the symposium coincided with the 70th anniversary of the peaceful liberation of Tibet.

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