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Popular CTM fungi must be protected

China Focus: Popular CTM fungi must be protected

It is early July and the wind on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau still has a chilly bite to it. Just visible in the long grass that dances in the breeze is a man swaddled in clothes, only his ruddy cheeks and sharp eyes exposed to the elements. Tibetan ..., 2 weeks ago
Popular CTM fungi must be protected China Economic Net, 2 weeks ago

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Trees struggle for survival in Tibet

Trees are something of a rarity in the Tibet Autonomous Region. Conditions on the high-altitude plateau of the Nagqu Grassland - 4,500 meters above sea level - are not conducive to their growth, except for a few places in eastern Nagqu Prefecture. ... month ago

Pollutants waft over the Himalayas

Pollutants on the icy Tibetan Plateau, which absorb solar radiation and are accelerating the melting of snow and ice, are known to come from as far afield as Africa and Europe. But work by Chinese researchers now suggests a brownish haze of pollution from ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
5 Dariya News - English

Lhasa transformed into another Chinatown: Sangay

Lhasa, the heart of Tibetan culture, has been transformed into another "Chinatown", said Lobsang Sangay, the democratically elected leader of the Tibetan people-in-exile, as the people in Tibet fear Chinese settlers will overwhelm and reduce their ...
 5 Dariya News - English4 days ago A&S Tours to China & Tibet Help Travel Agents Look Good  Travel and Tour World2 months ago

Tibetan antelope taken off China's endangered species list

Wildlife advocates cheered the removal of the chiru, or Tibetan antelope, from the endangered species list, but pledged to continue campaigning. A joint report by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, ...
 Want China Times3 weeks ago Tibetan antelope off danger list weeks ago Precious work helps take antelopes out of danger  Shanghai Daily3 weeks ago China Exclusive: Tibetan antelope struck from endangered list  Xinhua News Agency4 weeks ago

Indian subcontinent's quake-causing collision course

When an unstoppable force like the Indian subcontinent crashes into an immovable object like the Eurasian plate, the consequences include the tallest mountains in the world and a cadence of earthquakes like the magnitude 7.8 one that struck Nepal ...
 Times of India2 months ago On a collision course  Sunday Observer1 month ago On a quake-causing collision course  Deccan Herald2 months ago Why is Sub-Continent Moving So Fast to Cause Quakes?  Kashmir Observer2 months ago

Geographers analyse causes for the continued Siachen Conflict in Northern Kashmir

The highest and coldest battleground in the world lies on the Siachen Glacier in Northern Kashmir, where Indian and Pakistani military outposts face off at an altitude over 6,500 metres. This extremely high mountainous region, with its constant ...
 PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago The Coldest War At The Roof Of The World  Alpha Galileo2 weeks ago
International Campaign for Tibet

State Department Issues Annual Human Rights Reports for 2014

, the U.S. State Department highlights the continuing egregious human rights violations in Tibet. Under the professed objectives of controlling border areas, maintaining social stability, and combating separatism, the government engaged in the ...
 International Campaign for Tibet1 month ago

The teeth of the storm: lack of freedom of expression and cultural resilience in Tibet

The hostile forces have colluded with the clique of the fourteenth Dalai Lama, and […] have tried all means to contend for the battlefield, popular feeling and the common people, thus, all their efforts have made Tibet the teeth of the storm in ...
 International Campaign for Tibet1 month ago

Big in Mongolia: Outer China syndrome attracts Australian singers and musicians

by Lisa Murray The lights go out at the Wulanqiate Grand Theatre in Hohhot.It's already 8pm but still bright outside on this July evening. A breeze keeps the temperature to a pleasant 26 degrees, although it brings with it the dust and pollution ...
 Australia Council5 days ago
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