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  • Aid project rejuvenates Tibet

    By Karen Lin
    The past 20 years has witnessed nearly 6,000 cadres and technical professionals dedicating resources toward helping Tibet's development.
  • Monks' happy life in Labrang Monastery

    By Mirenda Wu
    Little monks in Labrang Monastery
    A group of photos show the happy life of young monks in the Labrang Monastery, Gansu Province.
  • Norbu Lingka during Shoton Festival

    By Lucia Su
    During the ongoing 2014 Lhasa Shoton Festival kicked on Aug. 25, 2014, Norbu Lingka became a hot spot of residents in Lhasa, as "Guo Lingka" is an important part of celebrations during the festival.
  • Picturesque Nyingchi in pictures

    By Drolma Li
    Nyinghi, located in the southeast of the Tibet Autonomous Region, the downstream of the Yarlung Zangbo River, has an average elevation of 3,100 meters, the lowest of the autonomous region.
  • Sports Games kicks off in Lhoka, Tibet

    By Lily Li
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    Tibet's 11th Sports Games was opened in Tsethang Township, Lhoka Prefecture of southwest China’s Tibet, Aug. 29, 2014.
  • Monastery's mission of preservation

    Sherab edits books on Tibetan culture and spends much of his free time in the Sera Monastery in Lhasa where a center to preserve scriptures and rare books has been established.
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Happy life in Tibet
For many years Tibet continues to increasing fiscal fund for agriculture, and in 2013 the per capita net income of Tibetan farmers and nomads reached 6,578 yuan (1,075 US dollars), which was the 11th consecutive year of double-digit growth.
Policies on Tibet
  • List of extensive autonomous rights Tibet enjoys

    According to China’s Constitution and the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Regional Ethnic Autonomy, Tibet Autonomous Region enjoys extensive autonomous rights, covering politics, economy, culture and social life.

China Focus
  • 5.0-magnitude earthquake hits SW China

    An earthquake measuring 5.0 on the Richter scale jolted Yongshan County of Southwest China's Yunnan Province 06:07 a.m. Sunday (Beijing Time), according to the China Earthquake Networks Center.

World Spotlight
  • Bangladesh opposition protests against Gaza strikes

    Former prime minister Khaleda Zia's 20-party opposition alliance Saturday staged demonstration in capital Dhaka and elsewhere cross the country to protest the Israeli military attack on Palestinian people in Gaza.

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