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Living Buddha: earth-shaking changes happen in Tibet
14:06, March 12, 2010  

"Earth-shaking changes have taken place in Tibet with the supports from central government in recent years," Dupkang Tupden Kedup, member of CPPCC National Committee and vice president of the Tibet Branch of the Buddhist Association of China said on March 11.

Dupkang Tupden Kedup born in Nagqu in 1955 had been identified as the 7th Dupkang Living Buddha in Shaten Monastery in 1985.

"Since the Democratic Reform in Tibet in 1959, great changes occurred in Nagqu. In the past, there were no electricity and hospitals, except several tents. However, nowadays tall buildings, schools, hospitals, mobile phones and cars can be seen everywhere in Nagqu," this Living Buddha said. "I appreciate the CPPCC system for the advice from the CPPCC members are valuable and always had been attached great importance to by central government."

Dupkang Tupden Kedup expressed his personal principle: to serve the believers wholeheartedly and to treat the masses as treating own mother.

Source:China Tibet Information Center

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