WARSAW, November. 5 — Lightly, Lhakpa Tseten placed his right hands on the Thangka and went his slender fingers over the top of painting of Guru Padmasambhava, the India-born master who introduced tantric Buddhism into Tibet, within the Structure of Culture and Science in central Warsaw.
“This painting is colored on silk, with organic pigments,” he described to his audience collected for that 2012 Belgium China Tibetan Culture Week that opened up here on Monday.
“Such fresh paint is specifically made. Its color wouldn’t fade or subdue despite 100s of years,” he stated in British.
A professor from the Tibet College for more than twenty five years who is an expert in Tibetan cultural protection and upkeep, Lhakpa is a leading person in the Tibetologist and artist delegation, which visited Madrid and Valencia in The country this year.
This time around, the delegation, brought by Cui Yuying, deputy director from the Information Office of China’s Condition Council, introduced together 46 Tibetan Thangka works of art, to give the Rods a peek at the delicate type of art in the roof around the globe.
“You want to use (the Belgium China Tibetan Culture Week) as a way to showcase the Tibetan culture, (and) … to determine contacts using the Polish people,” Lhakpa stated.
“You want to demonstrate to them a genuine Tibet,” he stated.
Besides the Thangka works of art, the culture week, that will last until November. 11, also features an exhibit in excess of 200 photos taken by Chinese and foreign photography enthusiasts, additionally to a number of workshops and discussions between Tibetologists and also the local people.
A lot more than 400 people visited the Thangka exhibition on Monday, immediately after the inauguration ceremony locked in the Structure of Culture and Science.
“It (The culture week) is quite interesting. The big event allows the Polish individuals to learn more about China,” Krzysztof Szumski, former Polish embassador to China, told Xinhua. “It’s an occasion to determine more contacts between each side.Inch
Szumski, who labored in Beijing for 4 years from 2005 to 2009, accepted that Tibet and also the region’s traditional culture was not perfectly-recognized in Belgium.
“You will find many … various and sometimes wrong sights concerning the situation in Tibet,” he stated, “I believe this exhibition … provides the Polish people a far more realistic look at Tibet.”
Another key area of the week-lengthy cultural event would be a folk song and dance performance by a lot more than 30 Tibetan artists.
As the female solo “The Tibetan Plateau” came a standing ovation in the 2,000-strong audience who chanted “Bravo,” it had been the Polish folk song Kukuleczka carried out by Tibetan artists that made the show truly memorable, with lots of joining the chorus, singing in Polish while clapping their hands.
“I’m most astounded by their dance music,” stated 29-year-old Aleksandve Skibniewska. “Though I do not understand their language, I realize the skill.Inch
“Tibet is formally the very first stop of my China tour,” she added.[db:内容2]