A delegation of Chinese Tibetologists on Thursday met teachers and students from Warsaw University and briefed them on the social-economic development in Tibet.
At a symposium attended by more than 30 teachers and students from the university, Shen Kaiyun, head of the delegation, said that Tibet has gone through great changes in the past five decades and its cultural heritages have been protected and passed on very well, which is inseparable from the efforts made by the Chinese government.
According to Shen, the Chinese central government has allocated a total of 170 billion yuan (24.9 billion U.S. dollars) to Tibet over the past decades and made many favorable policies to build a well-off Tibet.
When asked about the government's investment in Tibet, Shen said that the Chinese government had spent much more money on Tibet than the autonomous region generated.
Besides its efforts to help develop the economy in Tibet, the government also did a lot to enhance its cultural and ecological protection, Shen added.
Shen invited the Polish people who are interested in Tibet to visit the land in the future.
The delegation of Chinese Tibetologists arrived here Monday for a four-day visit.