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Tibet Today

"Cultural Gallery of Ethnic Tibet and Qiang" to Attact More Tourists (20030918)

The photo taken on Sept. 6 shows a Tibetan grandma and her great-grandson at their home in the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Aba in southwest China's Sichuan Province. The local authorities starts in 2003 the constructiion of a 150-kilometer-long "Cultural Gallery of Ethnic Tibet and Qiang" in the Ethnic Tibetan and Qiang community living areas for developing its tourism.ˇˇ (Xinhua)

Residents Enjoy the Pleasant Season in Lhasa(20030915)

Several local residents go sightseeing by boat in a river in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Sept. 14, 2003 to enjoy the pleasant season of autumn. (Xinhua)

China Marks Teachers' Day (20030911)

A girl presents her teacher a piece of "Hada", a most common gift for friends usually on holidays or important occasions, on China's 19th Teachers' Day at a kindergarten in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Sept. 10. (Xinhua)

Ecological Improvement and Environmental Protection in Tibet(20030908)

Photo taken on Aug. 30, 2003 shows the Potala Palace in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. The Chinese government attaches great importance to ecological improvement and environmental protection in Tibet. It has made tremendous efforts to strengthen ecological improvement and environmental protection in the region, where there are 19 nature reserves. Many kinds of rare animals have reappeared on the "Roof of the World". (Xinhua)

618-meter-long Tanka Shows in Lhasa(20030908)

Photo taken on Sept. 7, 2003 shows the 618-meter-long tanka depicting Tibetan culture and art in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. The tanka, which has been listed in the Guinness Book of World Records, was finished in Sept. 1999 under the design, direction and organization of Tibetan artist Zongzhe Lajie. (Xinhua )

Schools of Hope in Tibet(20030903)

Exciting pupils pose for a photo at School of Hope at Bangdui Village in Dapchi County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Sept. 2, 2003. Thirty-two new students from families with low income were admitted to the primary school this year. Since the introduction of Project Hope to Tibet in 1992, more than 180 primary schools of hope have been set up with a donation of about 76 million RMB yuan (9.1 million US dollars), enabling 36,000 students to get education in school. (Xinhua)

Shoton Festival in Lhasaˇˇ (20030828)

Tibetans attend the yak race during the annual Shoton or Yogurt Festival in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region Aug. 27, 2003. Some 24 yaks attended the race Wednesday adding great funs to the grand festival. (Xinhua)

Shoton Festival in Lhasaˇˇ (20030828)

An aged lama monk looks on the flamboyant Buddda celebration unveiled at Zhebung Monastery as Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, ushers in the annual Shoton Festival, Aug 27, 2003. The festival, derives its name from the Tibetan known as Yoghurt Banquet, is among the most solemnly celebrated festivities in Lhasa and attracts numerous worshippers and visitors every year. The Buddha celebration just marks the Shoton's inception. (Xinhua)

Festival Showcasing Tibetan Fineries and Folk Art (20030827)

Young Tibetan women from Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture present their finery in Xinning, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province Aug. 26, 2003. The activity of presenting finery culture and folk dances and songs from Yushu and Huangnan Tibetan autonomous prefectures of the province was held in the city on Tuesday. (Xinhua)

Tibetan Women Enjoy Happy Life (20030825)

The undated photo shows a Tibetan woman enjoying the horse-racing festival with her single daughter in Nagqu County in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. More and more Tibetan women of child-bearing age are willing to have less children although they freely enjoy the rights of human reproduction. Since its peaceful liberation for over 50 years, Tibetan women's social status and educational levels have been greatly improved and the number of women employees has risen to more than 600,000, accounting for 47 percent of the total women workers. (Xinhua)
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