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International Curling Elite kicks off in Qinghai

International Curling Elite kicks off in Qinghai

The 2019 Qinghai International Curling Elite tournament kicked off on Thursday at Duoba National Highland Physical Training Base in northwest China's province, featuring 16 top teams from 10 countries ..

13th-century frescoes discovered in China

13th-century frescoes discovered in China

Three pieces of ancient Tibetan Buddhist frescoes dating back to the 13th century were found in Northwest China's Qinghai province, local cultural and tourism authorities said. ..

Qinghai in the spotlight at Foreign Ministry event

Qinghai in the spotlight at Foreign Ministry event

An event sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to promote Northwest China's Qinghai province was held in Beijing on Tuesday afternoon, with guests from 140 countries and international institutions ..

Ecological efforts bear fruit

Ecological efforts bear fruit

The "roof of the world" shelters global ecosystem. But many pillars that prop up Qinghai-Tibet Plateau's ecology have come under assault from such forces as climate change and desertification. ..

Ancient cliff paintings found in NW China

Ancient cliff paintings found in NW China

Chinese archeologists have found eight sites of cliff paintings in the Tongtian River basin in northwest China's Qinghai Province, local authorities said Tuesday.

Qinghai Lake: A different kind of glamour in winter

Qinghai Lake: A different kind of glamour in winter

What do you think of when Qinghai Lake? Is it the crystal blue waters, golden rape flowers, or meandering flocks sheep by shore? When snow finishes falling and lakes freeze over, Lake in wintertime is anothe ..

wildlife on prairie in NW China's Qinghai

wildlife on prairie in NW China's Qinghai

Photo taken on Nov. 9, 2019 shows a herd of Tibetan gazelles on a prairie in Maqen County of the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Golog, northwest China's Qinghai Province.

Chinese photographer scoops another international award

Chinese photographer scoops another international award

China's run of success in international photography competitions this year has reached a new high after Bao Yongqing was selected from more than 40,000 entrants to be named as Wildlife Photographer the Year ..