The Tibet Museum Successfully Concludes its Traveling Exhibition in Switzerland

The Tibet Museum Successfully Concludes its Traveling Exhibition in Switzerland

Switzerland: The Tibet Museum of the Central Tibetan Administration wrapped up its inspiring week-long traveling exhibition tour in Switzerland on 21 April 2024.

In Geneva, the journey began on 16 April with a themed exhibition titled “Biography of HHDL & Long Look Homeward” at Place Des Nations, Geneva. This collaboration with the Office of Tibet, Geneva, and GSFT – sast showcased Tibetan culture and advocacy on a global platform. The event was inaugurated by Representative Thinlay Chukki of the Office of Tibet, Geneva, alongside Nicole Su, Ambassador DG, Taiwan, and other esteemed guests.

In Zurich, the traveling Exhibition cum Tibet Advocacy initiative continued on 20 and 21 April 2024. Mario Fehr, Government Councillor Kt. ZH, graced the occasion as the chief guest, along with former envoy of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Kelsang Gyatsen, and Representative Thinlay Chukki as special guests. The event featured invocation prayers by Ven. Abbot Geshe Tenzin Jangchup, followed by a mesmerising Tashi Sholpa Dance performance by the Folklore Ensemble TCSL.

The exhibition, showcasing the Biography of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the ‘Long-Look Homeward’, provided insights into Tibetan history, current circumstances, and future aspirations. Curated by eleven representatives of the Tibetan community in Exile, it interwove personal stories with the nation’s narrative, offering a profound experience for the attendees.

The Tibet Museum extended its heartfelt gratitude to the Office of Tibet, Geneva, GSFT-sast (Gesellschaft Schweizerisch-Tibetische Freundschaft), and TCSL (The Tibetan community in Switzerland & Liechtenstein) for their invaluable support. This opportunity to showcase traveling exhibition at the Ground of United Nations has not only reinforced Tibetans’ voice against human rights violations in Tibet but has also marked a significant milestone in its journey.

-Report filed by The Tibet Museum, DIIR, CTA