|Feb. 1, 2018 -- Tibet Library Tuesday held an exhibition featuring public digitalized culture in Lhasa, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region.
So far, Tibet has established cultural sharing service stations across rural areas to improve cultural services.
Since 2007, Tibet sub-center of the National Cultural Information Resources Sharing Project has built several repositories of folk culture, Tibetan language translation works and red culture resources with regional characteristics, according to Tseten Butri, curator of Tibet Library.
By the end of 2017, 663 items of Tibetan cultural resources including 661 videos and two audio repositories created by Tibet Library had been uploaded to the Tibet digitalized culture network (www.tdcn.org.cn), receiving 958,000 clicks in the Chinese version and 53,000 clicks in the Tibetan language version.
The library will hold more cultural activities for the public to enrich their cultural lives and promote cultural development in Tibet, said Tseten Butri.
By: Ma Yangyang