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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
Xinjiang to strengthen education on national unity among youth
Xinjiang plans to enhance education on ethnic solidarity among youngsters.
200 Tibetan herdsmen stranded by snow storm
More than 200 herdsmen and some 1,000 heads of livestock had been stranded by strong snowfall in Ali prefecture, the local armed police said Sunday.
Death for factory fight inciter
The ringleader of a toy factory brawl believed to have ignited the Urumqi riots has been sentenced to death.
China reacts to Al-Qaida threat
China rejected Al-Qaida accusations of the suppressing of the Muslims in the country.
108 stand accused in Urumqi riot
Accusations have been brought against 108 suspects allegedly involved in the riot.
China reports first death of A(H1N1) flu
China has reported its first death of A(H1N1) influenza on Tuesday.
Chinese wish for national unity
Chinese people expressed their desire for national unity and reunification Thursday morning.
Top Xinjiang official stresses development to ensure stability
A top official of northwest China's Xinjiang said Tuesday the problems in the autonomous region, which has been scarred by a deadly riot, should be resolved by faster and scientific development.
Separatist acts on Web banned in Xinjiang
The legislature in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region has passed a regulation prohibiting the instigation of ethnic separatist activities via the Internet, China News Service reported Sunday.
China's ethnic policy not to be changed
The general ethnic policy of China would not be changed, but improvements would be made to meet new situations, said Yang Jing, minister in charge of the State Ethnic Affairs Commission, on Sunday.
No ban on foreign tourists' travel to Tibet
There were no restrictions on foreigners' travel to Tibet during the National Day holiday.
Wu thanks mainland ethnic students
Kuomintang (KMT) Chairman Wu Poh-hsiung met Wednesday a delegation of mainland ethnic minority college students.
Xinjiang orders businesses to recruit more locals
At least half of new employees should be from local residents.
White Paper on Development and Progress in Xinjiang
Full text of China's white paper on Xinjiang. >>>Photos
Majority in Xinjiang believe in Islam
Most people of Xinjiang's 10 major ethnic groups, with a total population of over 11.3 million, believe in Islam now.

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