e 22 from the CSTM that after over three years of

of production as well, Liu introduced. The la▓nd of t

intensive construction, the

hose serf-owners who participated in the arme▓d rebellion in March 1959 were confis

new museum has

cated, wh▓ile those who did not but supported the 17▓-Article Agreement were allowed to rede▓em their land. 銆€銆€The practice to

started to install an

distribute land to ▓serfs was warmly welcome by the Tibetans, Liu said, since then, the Tibetan pe▓ople have lived a happy life

d test its equipment

and been on ▓the way to prosperity. 銆€銆€By Yang Lina, Zhang Mingyu 銆€銆€BEIJING, March 30 (Xinhuanet)▓ -- The abolishme

, as well as to arrange its exhibits.

nt of the feudal serfdom in Tibet is a great contribution to


It will offici▓

the progress of hum▓an civilization and human rights around the globe, said a Tibetologist


ally open to the p

here. 銆€銆€Liu Wei, ▓who also once worked as a journalist▓ in Tibet for more than 20 years


ublic in the middl

, outlined his ▓view in an interview with Xinhuanet recently. 銆€悒垁€"The abolition of serfd


e of September.The old museum,

om in 1959 is a reform on Tibet's social system and a key component of China's New-Democra


which operated fo

tic Revolution," he said, "it follows the hi▓storical development and global trend.▓" 銆€銆€


r 21 years, will

Liu pointed out that "in terms of▓ 鈥榟uman rights', a term hotly discussed in the Western

y stated that th

countries, the most important meanin▓g of abolishing


e old museum will

serfdom lies in


be used as Beijing S

at a gala to ce


cience Center, where

ign researche▓r