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Belt and Road can ease imbalance in globalization

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By Huang Renwei The current problems brought by globalization are the result of contradictions between global productivity distribution and global production relations. After more than three decades of development, global productivity distribution has witnessed fundamental changes. Nowadays, developing and developed countries are jointly participating in the global industrial chain, supply …

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‘One country, two systems’ cannot be divided

By Cong Peiying On April 29, Wang Zhenmin, head of the Legal Department of the central government’s Liaison Office in Hong Kong, said at a seminar that an independence movement has been permeating Hong Kong in recent years and if Hong Kong’s autonomy becomes a tool to confront the central …

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Tibet’s tourists to take to the skies from August

LHASA, May 8 (Xinhua) — Tourists in Lhasa, capital of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, will be able to enjoy helicopter tours from August this year. DawaPuncog, chairman of the Potala Tourism and Culture Group in Lhasa, said the first two helicopters will be delivered in June. The maiden flight …

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Tibet bans crossing of nature reserve

LHASA, May 6 (Xinhua) — Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region has banned visitors from passing through a state nature reserve to access other areas, as an environmental protection measure. In a circular released Friday, the regional forestry bureau said that any crossing at the Changtang National Nature Reserve (CNNR) will …

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Chinese scientists uncover variations of lakes on Qinghai-Tibet plateau

LHASA, May 9 (Xinhua) — Scientists have identified three distinct periods over the past four decades that feature notably different variations of lake area and volume on the Qinghai-Tibet plateau. Zhang Guoqing, a researcher with the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Center for Excellence in Tibetan Plateau Earth Sciences, was …

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Unfair education exposes India’s social rift

By Ding Gang On the very first morning I arrived in Mumbai, I went to the most emblematic landmark of the city – the Gateway of India. However, it was not the magnificent architecture that caught my attention, but young people in threes and fives with backpacks on their shoulders …

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Top researchers promote science in Tibet

LHASA, April 26 (Xinhua) — Chinese scientists will deliver about 30 lectures to teenagers in southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region to raise enthusiasm for the study of science. The Chinese Academy of Sciences lecture tour includes talks on biology, botany, electromagnetism, geophysics and medicine, and targets students of all ages …

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Tibet opens museum to commemorate 6th Dalai Lama

LHASA, April 27 (Xinhua) — A museum dedicated to the sixth Dalai Lama opened Thursday in Lhasa, capital of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. The museum has collected over 100 publications, books and records of  the legendary spiritual leader and poet, said BasangNorbu, head of the association for TsangyangGyatso research. …

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B&R making advances in South Asia

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Since China proposed the Belt and Road project in 2013, there has been heated discussion outside China, especially in South Asian countries adjacent to China. What are the considerations and concerns of South Asian countries toward this initiative? How can China address their concerns and boost cooperation? At the conference …

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Indian worry over China-Nepal drill outdated

By Liu Zongyi China and Nepal kicked off their first-ever joint military exercise, code-named “Sagarmatha Friendship 2017,” on April 16 at Nepal Army’s Para Training School in Kathmandu. The drill will last 10 days and its main purposes are counterterrorism and disaster relief. It was said the two countries initially …

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