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Minister Ling Jihua meets Tibetan Buddhist representatives

(China Tibet Online)

09:36, December 12, 2012

Ling expresses his congratulations to the eleven “Toranba” and extends his greetings to the eminent monks, hoping that they and other religious followers would expand their Buddha spirit of benevolence, unity and harmony to promote their positive roles in social economic development. (Photo/China Tibet Online)

Ling Jihua, minister of the United Front Work Department of CPC Central Committee, received the representatives of Tibetan Buddhists and the winners of the eighth Tibetan Buddhism advanced degree, Toranba, on December 3. Vice ministers Zhu Weiqun, Zhang Yijiong, and Sita also attended the reception.

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