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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
Ecological spotlight on Tibet
20 killed as coach plunges in Xinjiang
At least 20 were killed and 16 others injured after a coach bus fell off the road and plunged into a ravine Friday morning in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, local rescuers said.
Tibet builds national parks
Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region is building three national parks at its landmark attractions, hoping to draw more international sightseers, the regional tourism administration said Thursday.
New Beijing-Tibet expressway project approved
An expressway project to ease traffic congestion on a section of the Beijing-Tibet expressway has been given the green light.
Corps keeps development on track
The Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC) will continue to guarantee the development and security of the autonomous region.
Xinjiang still faces severe tests on stability
Xinjiang is on the whole safe and stable, but facing severe challenges in maintaining social stability as its social management foundation is still weak, the head of Xinjiang government said Tuesday.
'Tibet will be stable even if he passes away'
The Dalai Lama's death will not affect the Tibet autonomous region's overall situation but will likely have some minor impacts, said a high-ranking official.
Dalai Lama 'wolf in monk's robes': official
Tibet restricts foreign tourists for now
Tibet restricts foreign tourists for now
The temporary measures on restricting foreign tourists to Tibet were mainly due to the current cold winter weather, limited accommodation capacity and safety concerns, a high-ranking official said here Monday.
College graduates employment important to Tibet: legislator
A Tibetan official said here Monday more than 6,000 college graduates in Tibet remain unemployed over the past years.
Women's art show opens in Xinjiang
The 2nd Xinjiang Contemporary Women Arts Exhibition in Urumqi, capital of Northwest Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, Mar 6,2011.
Tibet puts 1b yuan into subsidy policy for students
The Tibet government will allocate 1 billion yuan ($152 million) in subsidies for children of farmers and herdsmen, in its continued efforts to raise the standard of its "Three Guarantees" policy.
Free Latin dance class for kids in Xinjiang
Students at a primary school in Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, get free Latin dance lessons on March 3, 2011.
Xinjiang to restore largest Islamic tower complex
Although ravaged by strong gales almost a year ago, restoration of a mosque beside the largest Muslim tower in Xinjiang - Emin Minaret - is about to start, the China News Service reported on Thursday.
Xinjiang spends heavily on wind-power industry
Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region plans to spend 20 billion yuan ($3.04 billion) this year to boost its wind-power industry
Xinjiang builds foundation for rapid development
The government of Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region has vowed to make more efforts to achieve rapid development and long-term stability during the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015) period.

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