The Tibet Museum’s permanent exhibition, A Long Look Homeward, is dedicated to Tibet’s recent history: the Chinese occupation and the Tibetan exile experience.
The exhibition provides a look at the Tibetan refugee experience from the perspective of eleven representatives within the Tibetan exile community. Their personal stories are interwoven with the history of the Tibetan nation before, during and after the Cultural Revolution. This exhibit is a fabric of symbols, visuals and narratives that weave together a collective consciousness of memory, commemoration and hope.
It comprises 25 photo panels with textual descriptions in Tibetan, English and Hindi.