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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
Tibet is safe and stable: official
The social situation in the Tibet autonomous region is stable and border defenses have been strengthened, a senior official of the region said on Thursday.
Returnees give back to Tibet
A group of Tibetans who have returned home after studying at overseas universities have formed a club to teach youngsters English.
Increased support pledged for Xinjiang
Regulators and bankers on Friday vowed to increase capital support for the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
SOEs to boost investment in Xinjiang
State-owned enterprises at the central level will boost its investment in the energy sector of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
Most travelers to Tibet plan second trip
More than 70 percent of travelers to southwest China's Tibet autonomous region would like to return for a second trip to the plateau.
Xinjiang's stability important
Maintaining stability in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region is extremely important not only for the area but for all of China, an official from Kashgar said.
$2.4b for Yushu reconstruction
China will invest 15 billion yuan ($2.4 billion) into reconstruction work in quake-hit Yushu this year, the governor of Qinghai province said on Tuesday.
China Tibetan Culture Week opens in Poland
The 2012 Poland China Tibetan Culture Week opened in Warsaw on Monday, aiming to give the Poles a glimpse of Tibet and its traditional culture.
American fined for illegal mapping
An American citizen was fined for illegal mapping in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, the Xinjiang Bureau of Surveying and Mapping said.
China to reinforce Tibetan monument
Jokhang Temple in southwest China's Tibet autonomous region will repair and reinforce an ancient monument marking the historic alliance between Tibet and the Tang Dynasty (618-907), a senior Tibetan official said Sunday.
Tibetan New Year celebrated in Beijing
A tea party for the upcoming Tibetan New Year was held for Tibetans and other people from various circles by the Beijing Office of Tibet People's Government and China Tibetology Research Center in Beijing, capital of China on Feb. 20, 2012
Anniversary of serfs' emancipation
A national flag-raising ceremony was held in the heart of Lhasa Monday morning to mark the 52nd anniversary of the emancipation of Tibetan serfs.
Ethnic groups in Xinjiang set for spring
Ethnic groups in Xinjiang set for spring
Blizzard paralyzes NW China's Xinjiang
Blizzard paralyzes NW China's Xinjiang
Snowstorm hits NW China's Xinjiang
A snowstorm hit Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region on Wednesday, causing temperature drops and heavy traffic jams.

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