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Researchers examine and analyze a region's regional biocapacity, which indicates the level of biological materials the region can produce.
China's Biodiversity in Dire Straits: WWF China Report

Local security officials recently conducted anti-espionage lectures for Tibet monks and nuns in Lamaling Temple in Nyingchi, a city in southeastern Tibet.
Anti-espionage Lectures Given to Tibetan Monks, Nuns

Monasteries across the region have begun a program to implement mandatory classes on Chinese law and to improve the living conditions of monks.
Government-sponsored Education of Monks to Discourage Separatist Views

One of China's most popular contributions to auctions is porcelain, especially those dating back to the old dynasties.
Chinese Culture on Display in the 5th International Festival for Intangible Cultural Heritages

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An artist presents newly finished palm-leaf manuscripts of Buddhist sutras in southwest China's Yunnan Province, April 14, 2009.
Demand for Sutras Overwhelms Tibet’s Printing Houses

Bon Jovi's scheduled concerts in mainland China have been cancelled after the band has been found to be connected with the Dalai Lama.
China Cancels Bon Jovi Concerts

In 2013, a total of 460,300 households were able to move into new homes with an average per capita living space of 33.8 square meters.
New Amenities Cater to Needs of Tibetan Residents

The printing house in Lhasa uses traditional woodblock printing to produce Sutras.
Tibetan Sutra Printing House to Undergo Repairs for One Year

Two new regulations were formulated after the conclusion of the Oct. 12 meeting of the CPC’s Political Bureau.
Tibetan Authorities to Be More Stringent in Recruitment Process

Granting education access to all is First Lady Peng Liyuan's Chinese dream.
Tibetan Students Widely Encouraged to Learn Putonghua

The Thangme Bridge and other projects will make driving safer for commuters in the Tibetan region.
'Tongmai Graveyard' Will Cease to Be a Problem for Tibetan Commuters

For five years now, the Xigaze and Yangbajain photovoltaic plants have provided power for solar water heaters and some 400,000 solar cookers.
Solar Energy Powers Tibet

The Dalai Lama celebrated his 80th birthday on July 6, 2015.
China Condemns Engagement Between Senior U.S. Official and the Dalai Lama

Nepal is now focusing on building temporary shelters for the quake victims as well as preventing the spread of infectious diseases.
China to Do Its Best to Help Nepal Stand Up Again

Monasteries across the region have begun a program to implement mandatory classes on Chinese law and to improve the living conditions of monks.
Gov’t Urges Tibet Temples to Fly China's National Flag, Clergy Offered Medical Insurance

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