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  • Beijing invests 2.8 bln yuan to boost Lhasa development

    By Lucia Su
    During the past 20-year aiding Tibet work, Beijing, who takes charge of the counterpart aid of Lhasa, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region, has invested over 2.8 billion yuan in Lhasa and finished over 200 aiding projects, largely improving living conditions of the locals.
  • Photos: Beijing’s cultural project amid aid-Tibet work

    By Drolma Li
    As an important partner city of Lhasa in the aid-Tibet work, Beijing has helped to build various cultural projects there.
  • Group tour's fee rises in Tibet

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    As Tibet has entered the peak tourist season in August, the regional government has issued an urgent notice by limiting the number of people on each tourist bus within 20, which has caused fee increases for tour packages.
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Happy life in Tibet
For many years Tibet continues to increasing fiscal fund for agriculture, and in 2013 the per capita net income of Tibetan farmers and nomads reached 6,578 yuan (1,075 US dollars), which was the 11th consecutive year of double-digit growth.
Policies on Tibet
  • List of extensive autonomous rights Tibet enjoys

    According to China’s Constitution and the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Regional Ethnic Autonomy, Tibet Autonomous Region enjoys extensive autonomous rights, covering politics, economy, culture and social life.

China Focus
  • 5.0-magnitude earthquake hits SW China

    An earthquake measuring 5.0 on the Richter scale jolted Yongshan County of Southwest China's Yunnan Province 06:07 a.m. Sunday (Beijing Time), according to the China Earthquake Networks Center.

World Spotlight
  • Bangladesh opposition protests against Gaza strikes

    Former prime minister Khaleda Zia's 20-party opposition alliance Saturday staged demonstration in capital Dhaka and elsewhere cross the country to protest the Israeli military attack on Palestinian people in Gaza.

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