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New city established in Tibet

A ceremony marking Tibet's Nyingchi prefecture's elevation to a prefecture-level city was held on Friday. "Upgrading into a prefecture-level city, Nyingchi will be renewed with new energy, and it will become a key link between the "One Belt, One ... CHINAdaily Europe, 2 weeks ago
Tibet's Nyingchi prefecture, 1 month ago

China in South Asia: An Emerging Dynamic-2

Commemorative Series As a modest contribution to the ongoing observance of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Nepal and China, the People's Review will, every week until July 30, publish past write-ups by ...
 People's Review Nepal2 weeks ago

Tibet tourism, traffic recovering after Nepal quake

The file photo shows the Tashilhunpo Monastery, one of the famous tourist attractions in Xigaze, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. (Photo/ A number of tourist attractions in the city of Xigaze in southern Tibet of China ...
 Ecns.cn1 month ago

CM wants Modi to raise dam concerns

GUWAHATI: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on his three-day visit to China on Thursday, chief minister Tarun Gogoi urged him to take up with Beijing the issue of construction of dams by China on the Brahmaputra. Gogoi said there have been ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Nepal's devastating earthquake underlines the risks of China's Tibet dam-building binge

The earthquake that rattled Nepal on April 25, killing thousands, also cracked a hugehydroelectric dam and damaged many others . Things could have been much worse, though.The collapse of one of these could have let loose a delugeof water and debris ...
 Quartz1 month ago

China's Rising Influence In Bangladesh And Its Implications For India Analysis

By Jai Kumar Verma* There are no permanent friends or foes, only permanent interests in international relations. This maxim proves true about India-Bangladesh relations. Bangladesh was carved out from India in 1947 as part of Pakistan; again when ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago

Full text: Tibet's path of development is driven by an irresistible historical tide (2)

Since a large proportion of the population were not engaged in economic activity and reproduction, but were used as tools of oppression by the religious power, there was an acute shortage of social resources, and demographic growth had remained ...
 Global Times1 month ago

Modi enters the dragon's lair

All tourists going to China are told by various tourism sites and books that they must visit three places: Xian (the past of China), Beijing (the present of China) and Shanghai (the future of China). Narendra Modi, who has made numerous successful ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

Highway reaches last isolated frontier defense company in Medog of Tibet

MEDOG, May 7 (ChinaMil) -- A highway linking the last frontier defense company of the PLA inaccessible by road in the Medog County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, opened to traffic on April 26, 2015.   Since the frontier defense ...
 China Military Online2 months ago

Upper Assam most affected by 1950 earthquake

Ajit Patowary GUWAHATI, April 30 The earthquake on August 15, 1950, had caused extensive damage to the Upper Assam areas and Arunachal Pradesh, besides the Tibet region of China. According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), that quake was more ...
 Assam Tribune2 months ago
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