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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
Development key to Xinjiang's stability: regional chairman
Raising living standards through economic development is key to maintaining social stability in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, regional chairman Nur Bakeri said Wednesday.
Tibet enacts law on wetland conservation
A regional law on wetland conservation became effective Tuesday in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, marking the plateau region's determination to preserve its fragile ecology.
Witness of Tibet Photography Contest
The magazine China's Tibet and the Federation of Literary and Art Circles of Tibet autonomous region are jointly holding a "Witness of Tibet, 1950-2010" photography contest.
Tibet's poverty-stricken population nearly halved
The number of Tibetan farmers and herders living in absolute poverty, with less than 1,700 yuan per capita annual income, was almost halved in the past five years, poverty relief authorities in southwest China's Tibet autonomous region said.
Nepal remains top trade partner of China's Tibet
Nepal continued to be Tibet's top trade partner with bilateral trade up 90.2 percent year on year in January to $59.67 million, the local customs of the autonomous region in southwest China said Sunday.
Heavy snow hits NW Xinjiang, paralyzes traffic
Heavy snow and strong wind hit Altay from Wednesday to Thursday. Some 200 vehicles and more than 500 people trapped on the highway due to the weather have been transfered to safety area after four hours' rescue.
First free cyber bar opens in Tibet
The first public "green cyber bar" in Tibet autonomous region was recently opened in Dargye Village, Taktse of Nyingchi Prefecture. It has quickly become a hot topic among neighboring villages.
Tibet to spend 1b yuan on educational digitalization
During the 12th Five-Year Plan period, the regional Education Department planned to invest up to 1 billion yuan in providing digital facilities for schools at all levels across southwest China's Tibet autonomous region.
Qinghai-Tibet Power Project to end early in 2011
The Qinghai-Tibet Power Grid Interconnection Project is expected to be completed by the end of 2011, 9 months earlier than planned in September of 2012, source from the construction project headquarters on Feb 15, 2011.
Children of farmers to enjoy free education in Tibet
Starting on Jan 1, 2011, children of farmers and herdsmen in Tibet began to enjoy the "three guarantees" policy, a preferential policy the central government has granted to Tibet.
700,000 yuan earmarked for Tibet's legal aid
Approved by the State Council, the Ministry of Finance allocated a special fund for legal aid totaling 700,000 yuan to assist migrant workers, the handicapped, the aged and young people as well as women in legal affairs in southwest China's Tibet autonomous region.
Rural children in Tibet will benefit from educational subsidy policy
Tibet autonomous region will include preschool children from farmers and herdsmen families into the policy of education allowance, and will offer each of them 2,000 yuan per year.
Tibet to build 3,331 more rural libraries in 2011
The Tibet autonomous region will build 3,331 more rural village libraries in 2011 with 30,000-yuan fund for each, news from the regional press and publication sector.
Snow forces highway closure in Xinjiang
Heavy snow hit northern Xinjiang, forcing the traffic police department to close highways linking Urumqi to other regions. More than 100 vehicles and 6,000 passengers were delayed at a bus station.
Senior Chinese leader stresses stability in Tibet
China's top political advisor Jia Qinglin has urged to maintain the stability and improve social management in Tibet and other Tibetan-inhabited areas.

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