Check Tibet through your computer
Tibet is a holy and mysterious place to many people -- Chinese or foreigners. Its culture, people, religion, tourism resources and customs are all factors attracting visitors, but the altitude of the "Roof of the World" could mean too big an obstacle for too many.
But if you are unable to make a trip there, you still won't miss it, because you can not access it via Internet. The only thing you need to do just open your computer and type the domain name www.tibet.cn.
The website, launched and operated by China Tibet Information Center (CTIC), is a comprehensive and leading Internet media focusing on China's Tibet in multi-language, providing anything you want to know about the mysterious land.
Aiming at making Tibet known to the outside world and rendering information service to promote Tibet's construction, CTIC integrates Tibet-related information resources to give the world an objective and comprehensive picture of Tibet, both its past and present, through Internet or by publishing written materials and pictures, producing and releasing films and TVs.
The Center has an electronic information and database covering all aspects of Tibet -- politics, economy, history, culture, tourism and religion. The center has become the largest source of authoritative information about Tibet.
No matter which country you are in, no matter where you are from, you may read it easily as it provides Chinese version, English version, and Tibetan one as well.
According to Norpo Wangden, editor-in-chief of the website, the website has a daily visit volume of 2 million, and most of the readers and surfers come from America and Canada.
"With our information advantages, multi-media production strength and a variety of distribution channels all over the world, the website has become a leading Tibet information website. Tibet.cn is looking forward to cooperating with more organizations or companies all over the world," he said.
Days before, the website has just improved its overall layout and contents by adding more photos, Tibetan music and news coverage.