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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 gripped by flood fear
After surviving continuous snowstorms for three months, people in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region not only had to deal with last weekend's sandstorm but are also living in fear of snowmelt floods caused by rising temperatures.
Email service resumed in Xinjiang
Email service was resumed and the restriction on the number of text messages one can send was lifted in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on Saturday, about eight months after the July 5 riot in the regional capital Urumqi.
Snow, sandstorm wreak havoc in Xinjiang
Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in China's far west suffered the dual attack of snow and sandstorm, which caused chaos on the road and in the air, local authorities said Saturday.
Tibet starts building solar power plant
China's Tibet Autonomous Region Friday started building a solar power plant with an aim to ease power supply shortages in an environmentally friendly way.
Ethnic shows also need a ticket-paying audience
A festival featuring 18 minority intangible cultural heritage performances is being held in Beijing till March 30.
Xinjiang to receive massive input
A detailed and massive investment plan will be introduced in a bid to boost Xinjiang's economy during the upcoming central government's working conference on issues affecting Xinjiang this May.
Tibet to step up exploitation of mineral resources
Tibet has mapped out a plan to explore its abundant mineral resources to develop the region's impoverished economy, while vowing the process should be "rational" to avoid damaging natural environment and local culture.
Sandstorm shrouds prefecture in Xinjiang
A severe sandstorm hit Xinjiang's Hotan Prefecture in northwest China on Friday, reducing visibility to zero in some areas, local meteorological observatory said.
Delegates of ethnic groups

Delegates wearing traditional costumes arrive outside the Great Hall of the People on Tiananmen Square to attend the fourth plenary meeting of China's parliament, the National People's Congress (NPC), in Beijing March 11, 2010.  [Photo/Agencies] 

Diversified ethnic costumes of NPC deputies
$100m spent on Xinjiang blizzards relief work
A total of 690 million yuan ($101 million) has been used to cushion the impact of the blizzards that have hit China's northwest Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region since last December, the regional government said Tuesday.
Tibet, Xinjiang officials explain policy
Tibet: Reincarnation not up to Dalai Dalai-picked 'Panchen' lives normal life Tibet has nothing to hide  Xinjiang:To be back online Fighting separatism a long-term task Wealth gap not ethnic problem
Xinjiang soon to be back online
A senior official of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region promised on Sunday to fully lift the ban on Internet service in the region in the near future.
Xinjiang official: fighting separatism a long-term, complicated task
Fighting separatism in Xinjiang would be a long-term, complicated and tough task, said Xinjiang government head Nur Berkri on Sunday when speaking of the current situation in the region.
China sentences 198 for Xinjiang riot
China has sentenced 198 people involved in 97 cases in connection with a deadly riot eight months ago in the northwest Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, a senior local official said Sunday.

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