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|Friday, June 29, 2001, updated at 12:43(GMT+8)|
Tibetan Celebrities Marks CPC AnniversaryA group of non-Communist celebrities from Tibet's religious, education, business and women organizations?) gathered for a tea party Thursday to mark the 80th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
Qaba Gesang Wangdui, former deputy head of the Tibet regional committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, said Tibet's progress over the past 50 years is part of the CPC's great achievements and a model for creatively applying the Marxist theory in liberating and developing ethnic minority areas.
Zhatang Danbai Nyima, director of the regional association of Buddhism, said even during the time of the Red Army in 1930s, the CPC had deeply impressed Tibetans for its protection of religious freedom and respect to Tibetan culture and customs.
Qun Pei, chairman of the Tibet Hada Group Company said his firm was only a small furniture workshop when it was founded in the 1980s, but the business has expanded to construction, hydropower, import and export and a department store, with an annual turnover of more than 60 million yuan.
All this has been the result of the party's reform and opening up policy, he said.
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