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BEIJING, Oct. 16 (Xinhua) -- Tibetan Tripitaka, a massive collection of 232 volumes of classic Buddhist scripture, has been published here in Tibetan characters after more than 20 years of collation by experts.
With the aim to protect and promote the ancient culture, the project launched in 1986 with a government investment of 41 million yuan (6 million U.S. dollars), Zhou Hua, head of the Chinese Tibetology Press, the publisher, said on Thursday.
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Zhou expected the scripture's publishing to help further promote the protection and academic research of Tibetan Buddhism and culture.
A digital version of the Tripitaka is also in preparation, he said.