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Locomotives improve Qinghai-Tibet rail

As high-power electric locomotives were equipped on the electrified railway from Xining to Golmud this year, the capacity of railway transportation in Qinghai province and Tibet autonomous region was greatly improved.

Yushu-we're with you forever

Comment on "More understanding, less blame" (April 30)

The masks of Qinghai

The mask art is a long standing and well established cultural phenomenon in the world. It is a unique art field taking shape in the early stage of human civilization.

Behind the looking glass

Life is one never-ending rehearsal at this year's Shanghai Biennial, which puts the creative process under the microscope, Zhang Kun reports.

Rocking out today for Niue 'Rock'

Niue, a tiny Pacific nation with around 1,400 people, celebrates its National Pavilion Day on Oct 19 with a performance of traditional song and dance in Oceania Square.

Estonian fairy tales in Chinese

"A Selection of Fairy Tales," the first Estonian book ever translated into Chinese, was launched at the Estonia Pavilion on Oct 18 -- the National Pavilion Day of Estonia.

Dadawa to sing songs of praise

Dadawa, the first Chinese singer to gain international acclaim back in the early 1990s, will give a concert at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on Oct 28.

Recommended events (Oct 15-21)hot

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