Youth Representatives to the two sessions held a seminar
March 26, 2018
The youth representatives/delegates from TAR to the two sessions of the CPPCC and NPC upon their return held a seminar for young students in Lhasa entitled “New age dreams for the Plateau.” The delegates shared that they gained a deeper understanding of the spirit of the two sessions by participating, and they in turn are “committed to take greater political responsibility.” They urged the students to do the same. The students expressed their enthusiasm by adding youthful energy for the realisation and rejuvenation of the Chinese dream.
TAR Party Secretary inspects Monastery
March 27, 2018
Wu Yingjie, Party Secretary of TAR went to inspect Shugseb Monastery near Lhasa on March 27 to “meet monks, nuns, and temple cadres and to publicize socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era and spirit of the two sessions.” The Party Secretary emphasized on the implementation of religious guidelines and regulations. He was accompanied by Vice Chairman of TAR Party Committee Jiang Jie, Pema Wangdue and Lobsang Tenzin. The Shugseb Monastery was founded by the legendary 20th century female saint, Ani Lochen and follows the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. A nunnery with the same name was re-established in exile, in India. Wu Yingjie interacted/interrogated the cadres, civilian police stationed at the Monastery and directed them to continue to strengthen, innovate religious affairs and to guide the monks and nuns to adapt to the socialism. He went on to add that “positive patriotism and moral education should be fully brought into play to guide the monks, nuns in adapting to socialism and to promote social harmony.”[PDF]