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Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region received 8.7 million tourists in 2011, up 26.9 percent year-on-year, local authorities said Monday.The number of domestic travelers the region received surged >> More
More than 200 monks and nuns at a monastery on the outskirts of Lhasa received subsistence allowances on Friday, a move made by the local government to improve their living conditions.The allowances w >> More
The authorities of southwest China's Tibet autonomous region have stressed the efforts to maintain stability following a series of self-immolations in other Tibetan regions and the coming of a sensiti >> More
Rescuers are battling chilly weather and heavy snow to bring the much-needed help and supplies to those affected by the recent blizzard in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region.As of Sunday mornin >> More
Canadian author Lisa Carducci's My Tibetan Daughter reveals the harsh realities of rural life in the country's less developed regions. Provided to China DailyCanadian writer Lisa Carducci's new book, >> More
Tibet received 8.43 million tourists in the first 11 months of the year, an annual increase of 27.7 percent, the autonomous regional statistics bureau said Saturday.Of all, domestic tourists totalled >> More
On 22 October, 1911 the botanist F Kingdon Ward is in eastern Tibet, travelling up the Yangtze river. "As I rode along I gradually became conscious of a peculiar appearance in the sky to the north, >> More
Facing the approaching overwhelming billow resulting from powerful tidal waves, an old lama tolled calmly the last bell in his lamasery standing atop the peak. In a flash, the lamasery disappeared in >> More
Owing 37 manor houses, 12 farms and more than 3,000 serfs, the Tibetan noble family who lived in the Phalha Manor 60 years ago led an extravagant life, drinking French wine and smoking Indian cigarett >> More
Though about one month closure, Tibet open to the foreign travelers again. >> More
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