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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 publishes white paper on Xinjiang
China Monday published a white paper on the development and progress in Xinjiang, stressing national unification, ethnic unity and social stability. Full Text
China’s ethnic groups strong and growing
Yang Jing, director of EACC, talks about the development of Chinese ethnic groups
Tibet selects girl as tourism ambassador
A 22-year-old Tibetan girl was chosen as the image ambassador for Tibet.
Tibet: Nature more important than god
Tibet has implemented strict environmental protection policies.
Traffic accident kills 10, injures 6 in Lhasa
Ten people were dead and six others injured after a farm vehicle turned over Wednesday in Lhasa.
75 detained in Urumqi syringe attacks
75 Urumqi Syringe attacks suspects had been detained as of Tuesday.
Xinjiang will see mordern railway
The rail-laying of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region's first electrified railway was completed on Monday.
Urumqi schools resume classes
All schools in Urumqi resumed classes Monday after a 10-day closure.
Xinjiang tourism hard hit again by needle attacks
The tourism industry in Xinjiang has been hit again by needle stabbings in Urumqi.
Xinjiang bans classified topography map
Authorities in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have released a joint notice to ban the online and offline trading of classified topography maps, local officials said Wednesday.
Xinjiang vows punishment against attacks
Public security authorities in Xinjiang, northwest China posted a public notice Monday, vowing to protect residents and maintain social order after recent syringe attacks triggered mass protests.
Urumqi schools closed amid flu scare
Primary and secondary schools in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, remained closed Monday in the wake of recent outbreak of 43 A(H1N1) influenza cases.
Calm returns to Urumqi after protests
Tensions lifted Monday in Urumqi, which was marred by mass protests last week after a spate of needle attacks. Xinjiang Vows Syringe Attacks Punishment
7,000 harmony makers sent to Urumqi
Authorities will send over 7,000 officials to 110 communities in Urumqi to help ease panic.
Life and death of Tibetan antelopes
Early last century, hundreds of thousands of Tibetan antelopes may have roamed the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau; 20 years ago, their peaceful paradise, the Hoh Xil, was turned into a hunting ground by ruthless poachers.

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