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    Chinese researchers have revealed that the amount of water entering the Yangtze River near its source on the Tibetan plateau has fallen by 15% over the past four decades, despite a 15% increase in glacial melt and increased rainfall over the same period.

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    Currently Yang Enhong, a researcher with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, took an interview of China Tibet Online. Loving Tibetan culture as well as Tibetan people, she talks about epic K...

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    Currently Yang Enhong, a researcher with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, took an interview of China Tibet Online. She shares her views about the 6th Dalai Lama's poems.

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    The recent self-immolations of monks and nuns in Tibetan-inhabited areas of southwest China's Sichuan province are linked to overseas plots, a Chinese Tibetologist wrote in a signed article.

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    A Beijing-based Tibetologist on Thursday condemned the separatist forces behind a chain of self-immolations by monks and nuns in the Tibetan areas of Southwest China's Sichuan province this year.

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    A chain of self-immolations by monks and nuns happened in the Tibetan areas of Southwest China's Sichuan Province this year. To these tragedies, China's religious circle lamented these young people's rashness and the consequences they caused, and expressed concerns over...

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    If cycling fans are looking for another Lance Armstrong in new Tour de France champion Cadel Evans, they had better look again.

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    Obama, very much like other Western politicians, is seeking for votes. The next election is never far away. The Dalai Lama is almost a pop star and supporting him means to win the sympathy of many people i.e. potential voters.

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