China Sunday published a book on the history of Tibet's liberation, which tells of several major events such as the peaceful liberation, democratic reform and the establishment of the autonomous region.
The book, under the name "The History of the Liberation of Tibet", was compiled by more than 100 scholars, veteran cadres and generals who participated the liberation of Tibet.
It also introduced Tibet's origin, its close link with the motherland, ethnic and religion issues, its history of feudal serfdom society, imperialist invasion into the region and the emergence of secessionist forces.
Experts told a seminar, co-sponsored by the Party History Research Center of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the Tibetan regional Party committee, that the book was conducive to a deeper understanding of the region's history and the exposure of the splittist acts of the Dalai clique.
Compilers, most of whom were eyewitness of that part of history, recalled the negotiations and signing of the peaceful liberation agreement between the central and regional government, as well as the then attitude of the region's elite class towards the liberation.