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Gyayang Sirab (1957-2003) was born into a far from well-off herder family from a pasturing area of northern Tibet. In 1971, he had only just begun going to the primary school at the age of 14. In 1978...(Read More)
A spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism on Tuesday called on monks to promote social stability in Tibet. "If a person does not protect social stability, he is not fit to be called a man of religion,...(Read More)
Losar, the Tibetan New Year, is the greatest festival in Tibet. In ancient times when the peach tree was in blossom, it was considered as the starting of a new year. Since the systematization of the ...(Read More)
With the coming of Tibetan New Year, flowers have been laid at main scenic spots and in main streets these days, creating a happy festive atmosphere in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autono...(Read More)
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 surg...(Read 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...(Read 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...(Read 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 morn...(Read 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 Daily Canadian writer Lisa Cardu...(Read More)

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