China Post Group has issued a set of three stamps dedicated to the sixtieth anniversary of the peaceful liberation of Tibet and entitled "The peaceful liberation", "Leaps and bounds", "To a better life".
At the end of 1949, the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) prepared to enter Tibet. Considering the specific situation in Tibet, the government of China noticed the local authorities of Tibet to send representatives to Beijing to hold negotiations on the peaceful liberation of Tibet. In April 1951, the local authorities of Tibet sent a five-member delegation to Beijing to hold negotiations with representatives of the Central Government. As a result, the two sides signed an agreement on May 23, declaring the peaceful liberation of Tibet. According to the agreement, Tibet is a part of China; the local armed forces of Tibet became incorporated into the PLA; and the freedom of religious belief in Tibet is guaranteed. The peaceful liberation of Tibet was an important event in the modern history of China, as well as an epoch-making milestone in Tibetan history.