May 11,2018--Ngawang Tenzin (1st, Right), vice-chairman of the People’s Political and Consultative Congress of Chanang County, Shannan City, Tibet and vice-director of the Management Commission of Mindroling Monastery, receives an interview with Canadian media Wednesday in Ottawa. (China News Service/Yu Ruidong)
May 11,2018--A Tibetan delegation from China's National People's Congress (NPC) visited Canada from May 6th to 9th.
The delegation, headed by Padma Wangdu, party chief of Lhasa and member of the standing committee of the CPC regional committee of Tibet Autonomous Region, met Canadian parliament members, government officials, experts and scholars, overseas Tibetans and local media.
During the visit, the delegation gave an introduction of Tibet's economic and social development to let Canadians have a better understanding of Tibet.
Padma Wangdu said that Tibet Autonomous Region will continue to promote and participate in friendly exchange activities between China and Canada to advance China-Canada strategic partnership and bring benefits to both peoples.
He also invited Canadians to visit Tibet and see Tibet’s developments made in the past four decades since the policy of regional autonomy and reform and opening-up was implemented in Tibet.
The Canadian side said they were amazed by the remarkable progress in Tibet, and would continue to enhance mutual exchange and understanding.
By: Ma Yangyang