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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
Official says Tibet has nothing to hide
Qiangba Puncog, chairman of the Standing Committee of Tibet Autonomous Regional People's Congress, said tourists, journalists and government officials are all welcome to Tibet in Beijing Sunday.
Dalai-picked 'Panchen' lives normal life
26 dead, 9 injured in road accident in Tibet
Twenty-six people were killed and nine were injured after a truck crashed at a roadside hill in southwest China's Tibet autonomous region on Saturday, local police said.
President stresses development, stability in Tibet
Chinese President Hu Jintao on Saturday called for stepped-up efforts to fast track Tibet's development, and maintain long-term stability in the autonomous region.
600 million yuan more for Xinjiang armed police
The central government has allocated another 600 million yuan for the armed police in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region in a bid to maintain social stability following last year's deadly riot in Urumqi, the political commissar of the region's armed police said on Friday.
China to boost development in Tibet, Xinjiang
China will draw up policies this year to boost the development in Xinjiang and Tibet as well as other Tibetan-inhabited areas, Premier Wen Jiabao said Friday.
New police officers start working in Xinjiang
More than 2,000 newly recruited police officers have completed a one-month training course and begun working in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region to beef up local security.
"We must stop the commercialization of ethnic arts."
Nima Tsering, a CPPCC member and deputy director of the Sichuan Research Institute of Culture and History, warned that many ethnic arts are being developed into mere tourist products
Overseas reporters leave Tibet after six-day visit
A group of 15 overseas reporters from ten media groups left here Thursday after six days of visit in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
China's parliament spokesman says Xinjiang is stable
The situation in China's remote Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is stable, a parliament spokesman said Thursday, eight months after a deadly riot in the regional capital of Urumqi.
Climate change hurting Tibet
The impact of global warming is affecting the ecological environment of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, accelerating glacial shrinkage, reducing snow and increasing land desertification, officials said.
Ethnic minority get voices heard at CPPCC
Ethnic minority get voices heard at CPPCC
Five killed after car rolls down reservoir in Xinjiang
Five people, including a newborn baby, were killed after their car rolled down a reservoir in Yengisar county of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, authorities said Wednesday.
Bilingual teachers needed for Xinjiang Uygurs
Schools in northwest China's vast inland region, home to the country's densest population of Uygur ethnic group, are in dire need of bilingual teachers, fluent in both Mandarin (putonghua) and the Turkic dialect, a political advisor told Xinhua on Wednesday.
Tibet official hails Panchen Lama's new position
A high-ranking official of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on Tuesday applauded the new position of the 11th Panchen Lama in the top advisory body, saying people of all ethnic groups in Tibet feel happy for that.
Beijing to invest $1.5b in Tibet environment
The Chinese central government will allocate a further investment of 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) by the end of 2015 to help protect and preserve the ecological environments in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Xinhua reported Tuesday.

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