Tibet

Study reveals daily surface temperature of 160 lakes on Tibetan Plateau for 40 years

The annual surface temperature of 160 lakes on the Tibetan Plateau increased significantly during the period 1978-2017, according to a study on large-scale dynamic monitoring and simulation of lake water temperature. The study was conducted by researchers from the International Big Data Research Center for the Sustainable Development Goals and the Aerospace Information Research Institute (AIR) of the Chinese Academy …

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Parliamentarians Geshe Atong Rinchen Gyaltsen and Wangdue Dorjee visit Bangalore and Mysore

Parliamentarians Ven. Geshe Atong Rinchen Gyaltsen and Wangdue Dorjee interact with Tibetans in Bangalore. Bengaluru: In line with the program of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile, parliamentarians Geshe Atong Rinchen Gyaltsen and Wangdue Dorjee successfully visited Tibetans in Bangalore and Mysore. The parliamentarians also paid courtesy visits to Indian dignitaries including Sh. Ramalinga Reddy, MP for BTM Layout, Bengaluru and …

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Suspected Chinese hackers impersonated Tibet Media

(Bloomberg) – Suspected Chinese state-sponsored hackers are behind a deluge of emails seeking intelligence from a range of Tibet-linked targets, sometimes posing as a party pro-independence politics and a prominent media organization, according to findings provided exclusively to Bloomberg News. Bloomberg’s Most Read The hacking group known as TA413 uses fishing emails and custom malware to collect intelligence likely on …

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Full de-escalation has not yet taken place on the Indo-China border, according to misinformation: Satellite imagery expert

NEW DELHI – Recent media reports of a full de-escalation at the Indo-China border in eastern Ladakh are false as Chinese troops failed to withdraw from friction points last created after May 2020, when the conflict between the two armies has intensified, according to an Indian expert in satellite imagery. “The latest images do not indicate any significant reduction in …

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Blinken says China and India’s concerns over Putin’s war in Ukraine are increasing ‘pressure on Russia to end aggression’

“I think what you’re seeing is just a manifestation that this assault has been an assault on the interests of people across the planet,” Blinken said at a State Department press conference. . As the West has worked to insulate Vladimir Putin from his country’s invasion of Ukraine, the Russian president has turned more to countries like China. However, in …

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China set to buy DNA sampling kits despite criticism

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, September 14: The Chinese government is reportedly set to buy more than $1,600,000 worth of ‘profiling kits and other supplies’ from Thermo Fisher, a US-based company that has come under fire for selling similar supplies to Chinese authorities of East Turkestan (Xinjiang) in the past. . Chinese documents online show that last month the CCP government …

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DC Dr. Bagadi Gautham inaugurates the Tibet Museum in Bylakuppe

Bylakuppe: Mysuru DC Dr. Bagadi Gautham officially inaugurated the Tibet Museum here. This museum is a public-private partnership initiative between the Tibet Museum Dharamsala managed by the Central Tibetan Administration and the Khavachen Bylakuppe Foundation of Tashi Wangdu. The museum will consist of two main parts: photo exhibits linking Tibet’s past, present and future, and Tibetan artifacts. Photo exhibits showcase …

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Protecting nature in Asia’s “water tower”-Xinhua

* Beginning in 2005, China launched ecological projects to protect and restore the environment in Sanjiangyuan, known as Asia’s “water tower”, with a cumulative investment of more than 22 billion yuan (about $3.19 billion). * Over the past decade, water conservation in the Sanjiangyuan area has increased by more than 6% on average every year, while grassland cover has increased …

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Tibetan Nuns Project Announces Dolma Ling Nunnery Water Fundraising Success

Nuns at the convent and institute of Dolma Ling. At tnp.org The Tibetan Nuns Project (TNP), a US-registered charity based in Seattle and the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India, has announced that its fundraising appeal to improve water supplies for nuns Buddhists of Dolma Ling Nunnery and Institute has reached its fundraising goal.* “Wonderful news! The project was fully …

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Xinhua Photo Daily | August 31, 2022-Xinhua

BEIJING, Aug. 31 (Xinhua) — A selection of the best daily press photos from Xinhua. People attend the opening ceremony of the 2022 China New Media Conference in Changsha, central China’s Hunan Province, Aug 30, 2022. The 2022 China New Media Conference, organized by the All-China Association of Journalists and the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) …

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2 monks in Tibet imprisoned for exercising their right to freedom of expression

Dharamsala, August 29: The Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) on Monday condemned the sentencing of two monks — Tenzin Dhargay and Rigtse — to prison simply for exercising the right to freedom of expression, a right protected by the Chinese constitution as well as by major international human rights instruments to which the Beijing government is a …

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A RARE BLACK STONE STELE OF THE DESCENT OF BUDDHA FROM HEAVEN TRAYATRIMSHA

The northeastern regions of the Indian subcontinent, in what is now the Indian states of Bihar and West Bengal and the country of Bangladesh, were, from the 8th to 12th centuries, some of the intellectual, cultural and artistic centers largest in South Asia. . The location of many of the Buddha’s most important life stories, including attaining enlightenment at …

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The Dalai Lama’s many travels through China “irile” Ladakh

LEH: For India, the Tibetan spiritual leader, the 87-year-old Dalai Lama, is a symbol of Buddhism, also a revered guest not only of India but of its citizens. He is currently traveling through the remote mountainous region of Ladakh, bordering Tibet, to give an audience to people of all faiths, “angrying” China. The visit to the cold desert of Ladakh, …

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A group of cross-party MPs seeking Bharat Ratna for the Dalai Lama

India’s all-party Parliamentary Forum for Tibet decided to urge the government to bestow the Bharat Ratna on the Dalai Lama and called for a joint session of parliament to address him. He also proposed the adoption of a policy inspired by the Tibetan Policy and Support Act of the United States. The forum, which has more than 20 MPs, including …

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The author will sign a book on the textile art of Tibet

Leslie Rinchen WongmoCOURTESY PICTURESLeslie Rinchen-Wongmo is a textile artist and the author of “Threads of Awakening: An American Woman’s Journey into Tibet’s Sacred Textile Art”. SANTA BARBARA — Author Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo will read an excerpt from her book, “Threads of Awakening: An American Woman’s Journey into Tibet’s Sacred Textile Art,” at 6 p.m. Sept. 6 at Chaucer’s Books, 3321 State …

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Shanghai doctors fix birth defect of 3-month-old Tibetan baby

A 3-month-old Tibetan boy was discharged from Shanghai Xinhua Hospital on Monday after successful minimally invasive surgery to repair his congenital esophageal disconnection. The boy started spitting bubbles on delivery and was unable to eat. He was diagnosed with congenital esophageal atresia, a severe inborn malformation that means the esophagus is broken. Ti Gong The distance from the disconnected esophagus …

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Tibetan monk tortured for sharing information about self-immolation

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, August 10: The Dharamshala-based research group Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) on Wednesday revealed new findings in a self-immolation case of Tenzin Sherab, 33, who died in 2013 in the county of Chumarleb in the Kyegu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in the Traditional Tibetan Province of Kham. A monk named Tseta at the local …

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John Woods embarks on a delightful new adventure

Woods retires from First Choice Catering and produces YouTube cooking videos For more than 30 years, the names John Woods and First Choice Catering have been synonymous with delicious food in DeSoto County. From cooking catfish at a local grocery store he owned, to traveling the world to experience different cuisines, and then operating one of the region’s most successful …

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Indian guru Padmasambhava founded Buddhism in Tibet

Tibetan history credits Guru Padmasambhava as one of the founding fathers of Buddhism in Tibet along with Acharya Shantarakshita of India. He was one of the famous seventeen outstanding Pandit scholars of Nalanda Monastic University in India. Guru Padmasambhava, a great Indian tantric master of the 8th century is an important figure in Buddhism. He was instrumental in establishing Vajrayana …

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Board of Education and Advisory Committee inspect Tibetan schools in India

Dharamshala: The Chairman and members of the Board of Education and the Department of Education Advisory Committee (CTA) visited Tibetan schools and provided guidance to students, teachers and parents. Committee Chairman Ven Geshe Lhakdor visited Tibetan schools based in Dharamshala for three days from July 19 to 21, 2022. visited schools in the Tibetan colonies in central India from June …

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Chinese scholars say new bill will strengthen US policy on Tibet-China

Several overseas Chinese scholars contacted by the International Campaign for Tibet said the new bipartisan Tibet bill introduced in the US Congress will have a “profound impact” on the issue of Tibet, helping to clarify the position of United States and other democratic countries. on the Tibet-China conflict. The Promotion of a Resolution to the Tibet-China Conflict Act was introduced …

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New Venomous Viper Discovered in Jiuzhaigou National Nature Reserve, China

Jiuzhaigou National Nature Reserve, a World Heritage Site, lies in the transition zone between the eastern edge of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and the Sichuan Basin in Sichuan Province, China, and occupies an area of ​​651 km2. The reserve is covered with well-preserved original forests and numerous alpine lakes. Beautiful and picturesque, it is home to some rare animals, such as …

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Tibetan land rights activists released from Chinese prison — Radio Free Asia

Prison authorities in northwest China’s Qinghai province this week released two Tibetan men jailed three years ago for land rights activism, following the release earlier this year of four others imprisoned on the same charge, Tibetan sources said. Tashi Tsering and Drukbum Tsering, both residents of Horgyal village in Qinghai’s Rebgong (Chinese, Tongren) county, were released on July 1, a …

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Villages on India-Tibet border in Himachal Pradesh flooded after downpour

Villages on India-Tibet border flooded after downpour As the canals overflowed, muddy water entered several houses and fields in Shalakhar and nearby villages PTI, July 19, 2022, 1:06 p.m. updated: July 19, 2022, 1:06 PM ist A downpour on the India-Tibet border flooded some villages in Kinnaur district, Himachal Pradesh, but no loss of life was reported, officials said on …

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At first, Indian army officers take a course in Tibetology

As a first step, Indian army officers attended a Tibetology course “to gain in-depth knowledge and strengthen their ties” with the Tibetan community in border areas, India’s defense ministry said. The 42-day course was taken by officers from the Indian Army, JCO, etc. at the Central Institute of Himalayan and Cultural Studies, Dahung, Arunachal Pradesh. More such courses on Tibetology …

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Dalai Lama’s Ladakh tour ‘completely religious’, says government official

The visit could annoy China as it comes amid military clash between Indian and Chinese troops at several flashpoints in eastern Ladakh. The visit could annoy China as it comes amid military clash between Indian and Chinese troops at several flashpoints in eastern Ladakh. Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama began his month-long visit to Ladakh on Friday and said India-China …

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Tibet Animation ‘Land of Mercy’ Launches Armand Assante Alexander Wraith

Production is underway on “Land of Mercy,” an English-language animated feature film set in Tibet. The story sees a young man embark on a quest for Buddhist enlightenment which was his dying father’s dying wish. Its voice cast includes Armand Assante (HBO’s “Gotti”), Alexander Wraith (“The Mandalorian”) and Louis Mandylor (“Debt Collector”) as well as Singaporean stage actor Adrian Pang. …

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Lhasa police offer up to nearly $45,000 in rewards for ‘crime against state security’ reports

(TibetanReview.net, Jul09’22) – Police in Lhasa, the Chinese-ruled capital of Tibet, have promised rewards of up to 300,000 Yuan ($44,840) to any Tibetan who reports alleged crimes against state security, the goal being to “build an iron”. wall of stability,” the Washington-based Tibet advocacy group International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) said on July 8. The maximum reward offered by the …

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Young Tibetan woman killed in Toronto bus attack

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, July 7: In a horrific incident of brutality, a young Tibetan woman in her twenties is believed to have succumbed to her injuries after fighting for her life in hospital for weeks. She was set on fire on a moving bus by a 33-year-old Tibetan named Tenzin Norbu on June 17 at around 12:30 p.m. at …

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Fossils confirm early diversification of spiny plants in central Tibet

Spinescence (a general term for the phenomena of spines, prickles, and prickles on plants) is an important functional trait shared by many plant families worldwide and primarily provides physical protection against vertebrate herbivores. Even though spiny plants are distributed worldwide, our understanding of their evolutionary history remains incomplete, largely due to a lack of fossils. In a study published in …

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Chinese state museum opens in Hong Kong amid patriotism

The opening of the exhibition came just two days after Chinese leader Xi Jinping marked the anniversary of Hong Kong’s return with a visit to what is officially called the special autonomous region and a speech emphasizing control of Beijing as part of its “one country, two systems” vision. ” Xi praised the city for overcoming “violent social unrest”, a …

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Former NBA star speaks out against persecution at religious freedom summit

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Former NBA star Enes Kanter Freedom was one of many participants at this week’s International Religious Freedom Summit in Washington DC. He told Fox News Digital he was attending to learn how to better help fight religious persecution. Politicians from both sides of the aisle, religious leaders and freedom advocates have come …

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Chinese authorities sentence Tibetan student to 3 years for contacting exiles — Radio Free Asia

Chinese authorities this month sentenced a university student to three years in prison for contacting Tibetan exiles, the latest in a string of arbitrary arrests of Tibetan intellectuals, artists and other community leaders, activists told RFA. Nyima, from Shelian Township in the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Kardze (Ganzi in Chinese) in Sichuan Province, was unexpectedly arrested in January this year …

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Is Nepal’s geostrategic situation a curse or a boon?

By PKBalachandran Colombo, June 27 (Ceylon Today): As the US-China conflict escalates since President Xi Jinping began challenging US hegemony in the Asia-Pacific region, the United States has fought its way into the Nepal in a bid to nullify China’s growing influence there. China and the United States are using economic engagement as a subterfuge to penetrate and influence the …

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Lhasa-Nyingchi railway marks first year of operation

Photo taken on June 5, 2021 shows Shannan Railway Station in Shannan, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. Officially put into operation on June 25 last year, the Lhasa-Nyingchi Railway provided southeast Tibet with access to rail services for the first time in history. With a planned speed of 160 km/h, the 435 km railway marks the launch of the country’s …

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Nepal rejects US semi-military project

Emboldened by its success in coercing Nepal to ratify the controversial Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) pact in February, the United States undertook the equally difficult task of getting Nepal to join its state partnership program ( PPS). But the ambitious decision to give a military dimension to US-Nepalese relations has turned into a boomerang. In the face of vehement and …

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Coming to the Cummer on June 25

This exhibition will present 67 masterpieces collected by John D. Rockefeller III (1906-1978) and his wife Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller (1909-1992), illuminating the cultures and history of Asia. This important collection highlights the ability of art to encourage intercultural dialogue and to influence economic and public policies. The selection of sculptures, bronzes and ceramics ranges from the end of the 6e …

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China destroys sustainable ecosystem in Tibet by dumping toxic and ordinary waste: report

The Chinese government is exploiting Tibet by dumping toxic waste in the Himalayan country, destroying its environment. According to reports cited by Tibet Press, Beijing views Tibet as a waste dumping ground rather than a “safe haven” further depriving controlled Tibetan territories of basic methods of sustainable waste disposal. China is also not providing adequate resources to protect the country …

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Former Xinjiang party chief Chen Quanguo takes new post as deputy chief of central rural labor steering group

Chen Quanguo Photo: ts.cn Chen Quanguo, former secretary of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CPC) Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Regional Committee, assumed the post of deputy head of the Central Steering Group of Rural Labor, according to state media. On Tuesday, a symposium on studying and implementing Chinese President Xi Jinping’s directives on issues of agriculture, rural areas and farmers’ livelihoods was …

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A decade of stargazing on top of the world

* The Ngari Observatory in Tibet celebrated its 10th year on the “roof of the world”, continuing the endless exploration of the sky by the Chinese people. * Thanks to Ngari’s fine and clean atmosphere with much less smoke, dust and water vapour, and low rainfall, the observatory is the highest and best astronomical observation point in the northern hemisphere. …

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Lama’s heartfelt novel documents a Tibetan family’s exile and ponders the meaning of home

Forced removals, occupations, war, natural disasters and other brutal disruptions are now recognized as responsible for traumas that resonate for generations. Even across decades and distances, people are haunted by the injustices done to their families and communities. The Tibetan writer Tsering Yangzom Lama is among those whose origins weigh heavily on her. In his tender first novel, We measure …

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The American Council of Learned Societies Announces 2022 Scholars and Recipients of the Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhist Studies

Twenty scholars from around the world recognized for their outstanding research, writing and translations in Buddhist studies NEW YORK, June 7, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) is pleased to announce the 2022 recipients of the Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Thesis Fellowships, Early Career Research Fellowships, and translation grants in Buddhist studies. Twenty scholars join …

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HT This day: June 02, 1974 — Dy. Minister involved | Latest India News

According to official sources, a plot to assassinate the teenage Bhutanese king Jigme Singye Wangchuk was foiled recently. Thirty people, including Deputy Home Minister Phuntsho Dhondup, Tibetan Refugee Rehabilitation Officer Kungo Lhedhing, Royal Bhutan Police Commander Dada, prominent citizen Tamshing Wangdi, commonly known as “Tortola”, were arrested in this context. A large amount of weapons and ammunition, including hand grenades, …

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An exhibition showcases the illustrious history of Mount Qomolangma

LOS ANGELES – Climbing rope found with the remains of British mountaineer George Mallory, who took part in the first British expedition to Mount Qomolangma, known as Mount Everest in the West, in the early 1920s , to one of the first oxygen sets ever employed in high altitude climbing, an exhibit held at the Bowers Museum in Southern California …

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China urges Nepal to adopt one-China policy

Amid a wave of arrivals from the United States and recent meetings by a senior official with Tibetan refugee leaders in Kathmandu, Beijing has, albeit indirectly, let Kathmandu know that Nepal’s policy of ‘one China should not be affected by any other factors, internal or external. During the 14th meeting of the Nepal-China Bilateral Consultative Mechanism, according to at least …

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A strange relationship with Zhou Yongkang

The disgraced former member of the Politburo is currently serving a life sentence for corruption. Was his downfall linked to the death (or murder) of the famous monk? by Lopsang Gurung Tenzin Delek Rinpoche (from Weibo) and Zhou Yongkang (credits). In January this year, Bitter Winter reported on the persecution of relatives of Tenzin Delek Rinpoche, the charismatic Tibetan monk …

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US Special Envoy Calls Nepali Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba

NNA | Update: May 22, 2022 10:26 a.m. STI Kathmandu [Nepal], May 22 (ANI): US Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues Uzra Zeya visited Nepalese Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba at his residence on Sunday. The Prime Minister attended the visiting US delegate and the duo held discussions on ways to strengthen Nepal-US relations and other issues. “It was a pleasure …

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China has failed to win the trust of the Tibetan people: Dalai Lama

Nobel laureate and Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, said that despite China’s best efforts, the People’s Republic of China has failed to win over the Tibetan people and transform their minds. Instead, the thinking of the Chinese people themselves is rapidly changing, he said during a meeting with US special coordinator for Tibetan issues Uzra Zeya on Thursday at …

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Tibetans forced to relocate to make way for Chinese power plant — Radio Free Asia

Residents of a Tibetan village in northwest China’s Qinghai province are being forced from their homes to make way for a government-commissioned hydroelectric power station, and monks living in a nearby monastery have also ordered to leave, according to Tibetan sources. Monks at Atsok Gon Dechen Choekhor Ling Monastery in the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Tsolho (in Chinese, Hainan) have …

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China’s self-developed floating airship breaks record

Photo taken on May 12, 2022 shows the floating airship “Jimu No.1” Type III in Zhaxizom Township of Tingri County, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. China’s self-developed floating airship, designed for atmospheric observation, reached a record altitude of 9,032 meters in the Tibet Autonomous Region on Sunday, according to its developer. Developed by the Aerospace Information Research Institute of the …

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UNHCR Commissioner’s visit to China makes no sense, without possibility of unhindered access, investigation of human rights violations

The announcement of the visit of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Batchelet to China on March 8 was seen as a much-anticipated welcome development considering that it came to fruition after requests formulated three and a half years ago. While the UN human rights chief has officially announced a visit to Uyghur regions, she has no …

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Dalai Lama, peace is synonymous with each other

NNA | Update: May 12, 2022 11:18 p.m. STI Lhasa [Tibet], May 12 (ANI): Nowadays, the words “Dalai Lama” and “peace” have become synonymous with each other. On a popular TV show, “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”, a British-American comedian and TV host asked his American audience to portray the Dalai Lama. This show’s spiritual guru has been described …

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China threatens consequences if Canada interferes in Tibetan issues

Breadcrumb Links World News Canada Tibetan administration appeals to lawmakers to help find Tibet‘s 11th Panchen Lama, who has been missing for 27 years Publication date : May 10, 2022 • 5 hours ago • 2 minute read • 62 comments Sikyong Penpa Tsering testifies before the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development of the House of Commons …

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Western multinationals hail Hong Kong’s new leader

Published on: 05/09/2022 – 07:30Amended: 05/09/2022 – 07:28 Hong Kong (AFP) – Western multinationals and local tycoons ran newspaper ads on Monday congratulating John Lee on becoming Hong Kong’s next leader, following a rubber stamp selection process condemned by critics as undemocratic. Lee, 64, a former security chief who oversaw a crackdown on Hong Kong’s democracy movement, was named the …

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Forget Taiwan or Xinjiang, China’s Xi Jinping warns of ‘zero tolerance’ challenging his crippling policies

The Russian invasion of Ukraine raised concerns in Taiwan about a possible Chinese attack on the island. Beijing’s rhetoric on “reunification” has led to a frantic effort by the beleaguered island to seek help from the United States and other democratic allies. China has consistently warned the United States to stay away from Taiwan and refrain from providing any diplomatic …

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China sets up world’s tallest automatic weather station_英语频道_央视网(cctv.com)

* Chinese scientific researchers have established the world’s highest automatic weather monitoring station on Mount Qomolangma on the China-Nepal border. * An expedition team reached the summit of Mount Qomolangma and measured the thickness of ice and snow for the first time using high-precision radar. * The new comprehensive scientific expedition to Mount Qomolangma is the country’s first scientific research …

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JNU VC urged to exempt Tibetan students from exorbitant fee hike

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, May 2: The rising fees imposed on Foreign Nationals (FN), including Tibetan students at New Delhi’s prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University since 2019, saw a further development on Monday when CTA Education Minister (Sherig Kalon) Tharlam Dolma met with the newly appointed JNU Vice-Chancellor. Teacher. Santishree D Pandit to discuss the plight of young Tibetan students. “There …

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Tibetan students urged to prove their ‘ideological morality’ for admissions

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, April 30: Regular 2022 Tibet Autonomous Region University Admission Regulations issued by China’s Ministry of Education last week said they required prospective applicants to declare their “political attitude and ideological morality” for be admitted to universities in Tibet. Under Section 12, of the “Assessment of Ideological and Political Morality”, in order for extraordinary students to be …

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Journey of Buddhism, from Tibet to India

NNA | Update: April 29, 2022 10:26 a.m. STI Lhasa [Tibet], April 29 (ANI): Students for a Free Tibet-India (SFT) celebrated the 33rd birthday of the 11th Panchen Lama in the northern Indian city of Dharamshala, reflecting the friendly relations between India and Tibet. But their relationship didn’t blossom overnight.The two countries share a relationship that dates back to the …

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The Dalai Lama salutes Macron for his re-election

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Monday congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his re-election as President of France for a second five-year term. “It is the good fortune of the Tibetan people to have received the friendship and encouragement of the French people and their respective leaders in our efforts to protect and preserve our ancient Buddhist culture, a culture …

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Eco-friendly industrial system helps protect ecological environment in northwest China

Aerial photo shows yaks grazing in Qumalai County of Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, northwest China’s Qinghai Province, April 19, 2022. Animal husbandry has always been a mainstay industry of Qumalai County, located in Sanjiangyuan National Park. In recent years, the local government has built an environmentally friendly industrial system, which not only promotes rural revitalization, but also effectively protects the …

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Valued at $183.7 billion by 2026, bottled water is set to experience robust growth worldwide

SAN FRANCISCO, April 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New market research published by Global Industry Analysts Inc., (GIA), the leading market research firm, today released its report titled “Bottled Water – Global Market Trajectory and Analysis”. The report presents new insights into the opportunities and challenges in a significantly transformed post COVID-19 market. Valued at $183.7 billion by 2026, bottled water …

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China is trying to manipulate the nomination of the next Dalai Lama: report

After facing failure in projecting its own appointees as Tibet’s spiritual leaders, China is now trying to influence the nomination of the next Dalai Lama and forge an acceptance of the ‘selected’ leader among Buddhist countries through diplomacy. , according to a report. Chinese efforts on constructing false narratives with a focus on highlighting the positive aspects of Chinese policies …

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New asphalt roads linking regions of Tibet

The Lhasa Southern Ring Road is one of the new roads completed in the Tibet Autonomous Region last year. (Photo by PALDEN NYIMA/CHINA DAILY) Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region will invest 21.6 billion yuan ($3.4 billion) in its transportation and traffic sector this year, according to the Department of Traffic and Traffic. transport in the region. The money will be …

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Know Your Paramilitary | Part 2: Indo-Tibetan Border Police

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), with a total strength of over 90,000 jawans and officers, has mainly provided services to the nation by guarding the Himalayan borders in addition to doing other tasks like deployment in the areas affected by Naxal, law and order-related exercises, etc. It is a unique and highly trained Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) specializing in …

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