• How the title of "Dalai Lama" comes into being
    How the title of "Dalai Lama" comes into being 2013-06-28 | From:

    In 1578, Sonam Gyatso was conferred with the title of "Dalai Lama" by the tribe chief of Turmot named Altan Khan, among which "Dalai" means vast sea and the "Lama" means the great master.

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    Historical legends about the ancient tribe "Sheboye" have it that its first leader, Nyatri Tsampo, also forefather of the Tubo kingdom, came from heaven.

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    Horseshoe Temple Grottoes, gem of grotto art 2014-03-27 | From:

    The Horseshoe Temple Grottoes, built in the Sixteen States Period, is located in Yugu Autonomous County of West China’s Gansu Province.

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  • Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) 2011-01-21 | From:

    In 1368 the Ming Dynasty replaced the Yuan Dynasty and inherited the right to rule Tibet.The third emperor Chengzu (reigned 1403-1424) saw the advantage of combined Buddhist religious and political power in Tibet and rivalry between sects occupying different areas.

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  • Grand painting of China's Tibetan culture and art
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    The grand painting of China's Tibetan culture and art, collected in Qinghai Tibetan Culture Museum now, sets a Guinness record as it covers various fields ralated to Tibet, such as history, cosm...

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  • Struggle after demise of 13th Dalai Lama in Tibet 2014-03-18 | From:

    After the demise of the 13th Dalai Lama, a struggle broke out among the ruling class of Tibet.

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  • Real Dalai Lama 2014-03-17 | From:

    Friday marks the sixth anniversary of the deadly Lhasa riot masterminded by the Dalai Lama and his secessionist followers.The more Western countries come to understand the Dalai Lama's real agenda, the more they will see him as a negative political asset.

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  • 1st Nepalese invasion in Tibet in early Qing Dynasty 2014-03-13 | From:

    In 1788, on an excuse of a problem in exchanging money and a higher tax imposed on trade, the Ghurkas dispatched over 3,000 soldiers to occupy Jilong, Nyelamo, Zongkar in the border areas of Shigatse.

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