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    The so-called "Simla Conference" and "Simla Convention" were devised by Britain in the early 20th century with the aim of separating Tibet from China. The Chinese government has never recognized the "Simla Convention," so it is null and void.

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    As the most time-honored part of Lhasa, Xasarsur Community is an archive of old Lhasa.

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    As the most time-honored district of Lhasa, Xasarsur Community is an "archive" of old Lhasa.

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    Several historical facts provide supporting evidence that Tibet has long been an inseparable part of China.

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    Located in Qonggyai County, the Tombs of Tibetan King is the largest tomb preserved in Tibet with a total area of three million square meters, where buried the btsan-po, ministers and princesses...

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    From the 18th century, the British and Russian imperialists started to penetrate Tibet. These activities can be divided into three stages.

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    The origin of postal service in Tibet, according to the historical records and works on history of postal service, was established in the Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368) and gained further development in the Qing Dynasty(1636-1911).


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