China's first website featuring human rights in the Tibet Autonomous Region (www.tibet328.cn) went online Monday.
The site contains more than 10 channels including Tibet Today, History and Truth, Documents, Opinion, Photos and Videos. Information is posted in Chinese, English, French and German.
The China Society for Human Rights Studies, the sponsor, said the site was launched to mark the 50th anniversary of the democratic reform and serfs' emancipation in Tibet, which began in 1959.
The society said it would use words, data and images to convey to the world the tremendous changes in Tibet's human rights over the past 50 years.
(Xinhua News Agency March 9, 2009)