Introduction of the Center
Mongolian and Tibetan have a long and glorious culture. The Taiwanese government established the Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Center" at the residing building of the 7th Changkya Hutuktu in February, 1993, to promote the Mongolian and Tibetan cultures, to increase people's understanding of the Mongolian and Tibetan peoples and to advance Mongolian and Tibetan academic standards. The Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Center is located on Ching-tien St., in Taipei City, neighboring the Ta-an Forest Public Park and National Taiwan Normal University. Although the location is in the heart of the city but it is without all the hustle and bustle.
The architecture of the building has traditional Tibetan characteristics. It is four storied and more than 300 pings. At present the building includes the Exhibition Area for Cultural Artifacts, Reading Room, Lecture Hall, Conference Room and Memorial Prayer Hall for Changkya Master. It is the only professional Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Center in Taiwan.