Taipei International Book Exhibition: Exiled Tibetan official presents Tibet’s issues
Taipei: The Representative of the Tibetan government-in-exile Kelsang Gyaltsen Bawa recently attended the Taipei International Book Exhibition, 2022 where he spoke about Beijing’s restrictions and regulations on publishing books.
He appreciated the intentions of a publication under the Office of Tibet to issue books on Tibet in the Chinese language.
Representative Bawa appreciated the volunteers at the Ganjong Publication for their assistance and extended his gratitude to Taiwan, saying, “the country is the only Chinese speaking place where Chinese books on Tibet’s issue are permitted to publish” a report by a policy research institute, Tibet Rights Collective said as quoted by ANI.
He also acquainted the spectators with displayed books about Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama, Tibet’s history, Tibet’s religion and culture, Tibetan education and environment, relations between Tibet and China, and the books written by Tibetans, Taiwanese and Chinese, the report added.
The exhibition was held this year between June 2-7.
It resumed after a two years break due to COVID-19.
Around 300 domestic and overseas publishers participated in the event this year.