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China's leading Tibet-related website launches German version

(Xinhua)

19:01, December 27, 2011

BEIJING, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) -- China Tibet Online (www.tibet.cn), China's leading multilingual website dedicated to Tibet-related topics, launched a German-language version on Tuesday.

Catering to the interests of the German audience, the new version of the website (german.tibet.cn) gives more weight to time-honored Tibetan history and culture, and presents changes in the lives and improving living standards of the Tibetan people in regions of Tibet, Sichuan, Yunnan, Qinghai and Gansu, according to a statement on the website.

Moreover, in addition to authoritative data on the history of, and current information about, Tibet, the website offers more exclusive stories about the highland region, including the latest stories unfolding in Tibet and its neighboring provinces where Tibetans live, the statement said.

The website is designed to provide first-hand information and stories, serving as an "online library on Tibet" for German readers, the statement said.

Founded in 2000, China Tibet Online is a non-governmental website on Tibet-related information and reports.

It currently has versions in four languages -- Chinese, English, Tibetan and German.

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