An exhibit in Beijing on Tibet's 50 years of achievement, which was to have closed on April 10, will run through April 30, organizers said Tuesday.
The exhibit has attracted more than 240,000 visitors since it opened on February 24.
The exhibit in Beijing's Cultural Palace of Nationalities features more than 180 relics, files and installations and about 500 documentary photos.
It has five sections: the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet; Crackdown on the Armed Rebellion; Democratic Reform in Tibet; Half a Century of Conflict between Reunification and Separation, Progress and Regress; and Social and Economic Development and Achievements in Human Rights.
The exhibit is co-sponsored by the Information Office of the State Council, the United Front Department of the CPC Central Committee, the State Ethnic Affairs Commission, the Tibet Autonomous Region, the Central Archives, and the Xinhua News Agency.