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  • 2016/12/09
    Editor's note: This is the second of a series of special reports China Daily is publishing on efforts to eradicate poverty and raise living standards in rural areas, especially among the nation's ethnic groups. Sonam Tenzin has a clear understanding of what modern material wealth would mean to him: ...
  • 2016/12/03
    The Tibet Museum in Lhasa will undergo a massive renovation that will more than double its current size. The project, set to begin in April, will take three to five years, expanding the 28,000-square-meter building to 60,000 square meters. The project's cost has not been disclosed. The museum has be...
  • 2016/11/24
    More than 20 new highways will be built in the Tibet autonomous region next year, with a total investment of more than 33 billion yuan ($5 billion), according to a senior transportation official. Included in the plans are new routes from Lhasa to Nakqu; Dege to Qamdo; Qamdo to Jaka; Lhasa to Xigaze ...
  • 2016/09/30
    Lian Xiangmin, director of the Institute of Contemporary Tibetan Studies, says it has been a challenge for Tibetan people to keep up with the pace of development. Feng Yongbin / China DailySome 700,000 people live in absolute poverty with an income of less than 2,300 yuan ($345; 307 euros) a year. ...
  • 2016/06/22
    LHASA -- Kelsang, 62, is delighted to see more tourists visiting his hometown.For the past 20 years, he has made a living by providing horses to Buddhists and tourists wanting to make the mountainous journey to Yumbulagang, Tibet's first temple, in Shannan Prefecture.He makes more than 300 yuan ($45...
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