• Birds arrive in Lhasa for winter
    Birds arrive in Lhasa for winter 2015-11-16 | From:

    During the summer season birds spawn in the northern region, and as the temperature drops, they flock towards the southern valley.

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  • Yarlong River National Scenic Area included in preliminary world heritage list 2015-11-13 | From:

    A seminar in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of China’s accession into Convention on Protection of World Cultural and Natural Heritage and the 70th anniversary of the establishment of UNESCO was held in southwest China’s Yunnan recently.

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  • Picturesque Tibet
    Picturesque Tibet 2015-11-12 | From:

    The following photos show the beautiful scenery of Tibet photographed by famous Chinese photographer Zhang Bencong.

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  • Wuxuhai - fairyland in SW China
    Wuxuhai - fairyland in SW China 2015-11-13 | From:

    Wuxuhai scenic spot, consisting of Wuxu Valley, Wuxu Sea and Twelve Fairy Peaks, is located in Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of southwestern China's Sichuan province.

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  • Mountaineering generates revenue of $50 mln in Tibet
    Mountaineering generates revenue of $50 mln in Tibet 2015-11-11 | From:

    Tibet has received 1,679 foreign mountaineering teams and 17,248 climbers between 1980 and 2014, generating 50 million U.S. dollars in revenue.

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  • Tibet's winterly autumn
    Tibet's winterly autumn 2015-11-06 | From:

    The autumn in Tibet is as cold as winter this year.

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  • Geological park boasting China's largest glacier area established in Qinghai 2015-11-09 | From:

    Recently, experts from the Qinghai Territory Resource Burea passed the final acceptance test of the Mt. A-nye Machen National Geological Park, marking the establishment of the geologic park with China's largest glacial coverage, people.cn reported.

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  • Jackals and takins first spotted in Tibet
    Jackals and takins first spotted in Tibet 2015-11-06 | From:

    Close-up shots of Bhutan Takin and Jackal were taken by scientists in the southeast of Tibet recently during the second terrestrial survey into wildlife resources.

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