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  • No split in Chinese govt over Tibet question: foreign ministry

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    A spokesperson for China's foreign ministry stated Wednesday that there is no split among central authorities over how to handle the Tibet question and that their stance toward the Dalai Lama has been consistent and clear.
  • Trucker sees improvement with new port

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    Two hours before the ceremony opening China Gyirong Nepal-Rasuwa Bilateral Port on Dec 1, Lhakpa went to the site to learn how the revitalized port might affect his business.
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  • Dining in Gyirong

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    It was 11 pm on a cold night in December and most businesses in the Tibetan town of Gyirong were closed up. A restaurant run by a Nepalese couple, however, was still brimming with guests, warmth and laughter.
  • New port pays off locally

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    New facilities at the China Gyirong-Nepal Rasuwa Bilateral Port, which opened on Dec 1, are set to boost business between China and Nepal and benefit nearby residents.
  • Port opening expected to boost Gyirong tourism

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    The recently opened China Gyirong-Nepal Rasuwa Bilateral Port will not only boost trade in Tibet's Gyirong county, but will also be a boon to the tourism and transportation industries, local officials said.
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Lens on picturesque Dzari Township in Tibet
Dzari Township, 2,800 meters above the sea level, is located in Luntse County of Lhoka Prefecture, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region.
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