As China's first "Constitution Week" publicity campaign was launched across the country in December, 2018, publicity activities was also held in Lhasa, capital city of southwest China's Tibet, and the highlight was a new kind of question and answer session regarding the Constitution.
During the question and answer session, people would answer questions first in Mandarin and then repeat themselves in Tibetan to make sure they were understood.
Experts said that through this activity, it could be seen that the general public's legal awareness has obviously strengthened, and respect for the law, study of the law, obeying of the law, and using of the law are gradually taking shape.
Editor: Tommy Tan.
At the foot of the mountain in Dokde Township, a suburb north of the ancient city of Lhasa, ...