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Young living Buddha's growth

Xinjiang recovering with difficulty

Tibet celebrates Serfs Emancipation Day

Beijing-based foreign journalists visit Tibet exhibition
China welcomes constructive Tibet advice
China welcomes constructive and sensible advice and suggestions on the Tibet's development, visiting Chinese Tibetologists said here Tuesday.
Transport peaks at holiday end
China's transport system was tested as tourists returning from May Day holiday trips pushed traffic flow to record highs.
Foot-and-mouth confirmed in Tibet
China's Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) announced on Thursday that an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease has been confirmed in cattle in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
21 dead in Xinjiang terrorist clash
A violent clash between suspected terrorists and authorities in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region has left 21 people dead.
Traditional Xinjiang performance
Artists perform Muqam, a traditional Uygur song and dance cycle, in Shche county, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, April 16, 2013.
Tibet to get top-notch telescope
A powerful, state-of-the-art telescope will have a trial run in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region at the end of this year.
New Tibet chairman vows further reform
Reform and opening up is a must for the prosperity of Tibet and its people, said Losang Jamcan, newly-elected chairman of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region.
Xinjiang baby recovers from heart disease
An 8-month-old patient from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region with complicated congenital heart disease is recovering after surgery at a hospital in Beijing on Tuesday.
Endangered monkey population increases
The number of endangered black snub-nosed monkeys in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region has increased from 50 in the 1990s to the present 700, local forestry authorities said Monday.
Gleaming with tradition
For 41-year-old Li Zhengyun and his family, silver craftsmanship has been a traditional skill that was kept in the Li family.
Tibetan culture promoted in Slovenia
Tibet has realized leapfrog development since the peaceful liberation of Tibet in 1959, Phurbu Tsering, head of a visiting Tibetan cultural exchange delegation said here on Tuesday.
Panchen Lama receives Buddhist scholars
The 11th Panchen Lama conducted a ritual with Tibetan Buddhism scholars, all monks at the High-level Tibetan Buddhism College of China, in Beijing on Wednesday.
China refutes US official's Tibet statement
A spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Friday slammed a statement issued by a U.S. official on the situation in Tibet, urging the United States to stop interfering in China's internal management.
Poverty rate higher in ethnic minority areas
The poverty rate in regions populated by ethnic minorities is 13.8 percentage points higher than China's national average.
Tibet receives more tourists
Tibet autonomous region has received a record 10 million domestic and foreign tourists so far this year.

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