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  • Great improvement of children's welfare in Tibet

    By Lucia Su
    The 60th Universal Children's Day will take place in November of 2014. As a part of China, the Tibet Autonomous Region has achieved great improvements in children’s welfare during the six decades after Tibet’s peaceful liberation on May 23, 1951.
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  • Best cycling route in Tibetan areas

    By Mirenda Wu
    For cyclists, the most ideal way to spend holidays is to go somewhere with just their bikes and themselves. Want a low-carbon way to explore Tibet's picturesque beauty? Follow us now.
  • Tibet plants 83,000 hectares of trees in 2014

    By Ellen Liu
    A total of 1.24 million mu,equivalent to 83,080 hectares of afforestation has been accomplished by October of this year. The afforestation, which accounts for 109 percent of the previous annual plan, has increased by 23 percent over the same period last year.
  • Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Railway Line to start operations Next Month

    By Lord Marin
    The high-speed railway line network of China is soon to reach the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, as a new railway line is set to start operating next month in the Qinghai Province, according to the China Railway Construction Corporation.
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Lens on picturesque Dzari Township in Tibet
Dzari Township, 2,800 meters above the sea level, is located in Luntse County of Lhoka Prefecture, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region.
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