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Disabled population of Tibet enjoys rising employment

Disabled population of Tibet enjoys rising employment

The number of disabled people in employment in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region has reached 17,786, according to the regional employment service center for the disabled.

Nutritious meals offered to Lhasa primary schools in SW China's Tibet

Nutritious meals offered to Lhasa primary schools in SW China's Tibet

Students of a branch school of Lhasa Experimental Primary School have lunch in Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, May 12, 2022. With the operation of a catering company, some 12,000 students of six primary schools in Chengguan District of Lhasa now enjoy nutritious lunches.

Rare golden cat spotted in Tibet

Rare golden cat spotted in Tibet

A rare golden cat has been spotted in the city of Nagqu, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, the local forestry and grassland authority said.

Chinese scientists break aerostat altitude record

Chinese scientists break aerostat altitude record

Chinese scientists launched the latest model of the Jimu 1 aerostat, a giant helium-filled tethered airship, on Sunday to collect weather data at a world-record altitude of 9,032 meters on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.

Protecting ancient buildings and pass down architectural culture

Protecting ancient buildings and pass down architectural culture

As a unique cultural carrier, Tibet’s ancient buildings have always attracted tourists from home and abroad. Represented by the Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple, ancient buildings have become the most convincing cultural carriers and the most attractive city cards of Tibet.

Doctor from Tibet aids in city's COVID-19 fight

Doctor from Tibet aids in city's COVID-19 fight

Despite feeling tightness in her chest and shortness of breath while working in the hospital wearing a white protective suit inside and an isolation gown on the outside, Luo Qiaoxia feels proud of her dedication during the fight against COVID-19.

An Australian epidemiologist's memories of Tibet

An Australian epidemiologist's memories of Tibet

Mike Toole, an epidemiologist from Australia, has dedicated 20 years to improving health facilities and training professionals in Tibet, bringing care and comfort to the local people. During his travels, Toole also witnessed big changes in Tibet.

Lhasa-Nyingchi Railway starts container transportation business

Lhasa-Nyingchi Railway starts container transportation business

China Railway Qinghai-Tibet Group Co., Ltd. introduced on March 29 that on March 28, a 21-group container train loaded with 1,470 tons of coal ash departing from the Qingtongxia railway freight yard successfully arrived at the cargo yard of Nyingchi Station. This was the first container train to arrive since the Lhasa-Nyingchi Railway became operational.

Peach blossoms bloom in Nyingchi, Tibet

Peach blossoms bloom in Nyingchi, Tibet

Parlung Zangbo, known as the “mother river” of Bome, scours out the third largest canyon in the world, the Parlung Zangbo Grand Canyon, as it flows from east to west. The altitude of the canyon decreases along the way from east to west, too. Tangmai, a village in Bome County with an altitude dropping to less than 2,000 meters, has a relatively warm climate, and the peach blossoms here bloom first in Nyingchi.

Father, son conquer Qomolangma together

Father, son conquer Qomolangma together

Chen Gang and his son, Chen Lihao, were honored as heroes recently on the campus of China University of Geosciences (Wuhan).

Wildlife snapper trains lens on plateau

Wildlife snapper trains lens on plateau

Dubbed the "roof of the world", the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is often associated with snow-capped mountains, vast grasslands and a cold climate, but photographer Bao Yongqing has captured an entire wildlife paradise for the world to behold.

Crucial research at the top of the Earth

Crucial research at the top of the Earth

On May 4, a Chinese expedition made it to the top of Mount Qomolangma. This is the first time that a team of Chinese scientists has reached 8,000 meters above the sea level, while the automated meteorological device they installed on the northern side of the mountain, which is 8,830 meters above the sea level, is the highest in the world.

People take nucleic acid tests in Xining, Qinghai

People take nucleic acid tests in Xining, Qinghai

A medical worker takes a swab sample from a citizen for a nucleic acid test in Chengxi District of Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province, May 7, 2022.

Chinese mainland registers tallest tree in Tibet

Chinese mainland registers tallest tree in Tibet

Chinese researchers have found a 76.8-meter tree in Medog County in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, the tallest ever registered in the Chinese mainland, local authorities said Monday.

Children in Tibet with CHDs depart for free surgery in Jiangsu

Children in Tibet with CHDs depart for free surgery in Jiangsu

Given the limited local medical conditions, medical teams from Jiangsu Province in east China traveled to Lhasa to screen children under the age of 18 and review patients who had previously received surgery.

A village-level Tibetan Opera Troupe

A village-level Tibetan Opera Troupe

The Tibetan opera in Qudui Village, Xongmai Township, Sagya County, Shigatse City, Tibet Autonomous Region, belongs to the Jomolung Tibetan opera school in terms of performance style, costumes and props.

Tibet: leave nature to wild animals

Tibet: leave nature to wild animals

The number of Tibetan wild donkeys has increased from about 50,000 to about 90,000; the number of black-necked cranes has increased from 1,000 to 3,000 to more than 10,000.

More than 5,400 rural libraries and 1,700 monastery libraries built in Tibet

More than 5,400 rural libraries and 1,700 monastery libraries built in Tibet

Up to now, Tibet has 24 kinds of Chinese-Tibetan newspapers, 40 kinds of Chinese-Tibetan periodicals, more than 5,400 rural libraries and 1,700 monastery libraries, according to information revealed at a press conference held in Lhasa on April 22, which introduced the reading activity of "Building a Scholarly Tibet".