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Potala Palace Reopened after 4 Month of Shut Down

Potala Palace , the main symbol of Tibet and it was built in the 7th century by the Tibetan King, Songtsen Gampo . In 1994, Potala palace had been listed in UNESCO World Heritage sites and also is the main tourist attraction in Tibet. Stunn...

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Monasteries reopened for the visitors in Tibet

Stunning view of Potala Palace It is great news and a great victory for resuming all the monasteries in Tibet Autonomous Region after long close due to the COVID-19 pandemic on the globe. Start from 20th May 2020, except Jokhang Temple , wh...

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Measuring the Mt Qomolangma's Height

China initiated another round of measuring the height of the worlds highest mountain Qomolangma that is known as Mt Everest to the world. Since 1949, Chinese surveyors had conducted 6 times of scaled measurement and scientific research on th...

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Reopening of Tibet Tourist Attractions in Tibet

On the morning of the 30th, the reporter learned from the press conference of the municipal government that from May 1, 2020, 20 natural A-level tourist attractions, such as the Saga Ancient City Scenic Area and the Mount Everest Nature Rese...

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Livestream Videos From The Top Of Chomolungma

Faster internet using 5G networks has been opened on Mount Everest at over 6,500 meters....

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Reopening of Tibet Attractions after lockdown

The Ministry of Culture and Tourism and National Health Commission had made the latest announcement regarding the management of the domestic tourists at the tourist attraction to prevent and control the outbreak of Coronavirus in the region...

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Southeast Tibet Sees Spring Peach Blossoms From Nyingchi to Lhasa

Peach blossoms herald the start of spring in the Tibet Autonomous Region...

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Spring Tree Planting In Nyingchi City ( Nyintri)

Tree planting began recently in Nyingchi of the TAR...

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Monasteries In Tibet Begin To Reopen After COVID-19 Pandemic

Rural monasteries reopen after COVID-19 outbreak recedes...

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Life Returns To Normal In Lhasa After Quarantine Is Lifted

The only Coronavirus-infected patient is discharged from hospital in Tibet Following the one single case of the dreaded COVID-19 virus that has swept the globe, midnight on March 21 saw the plateau region free of the feared coronavirus for...

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Three Earthquakes In One Night Rock The Tibetan Plateau

A series of earthquakes shook northwestern Tibet this week...

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Live Streaming From The Potala Palace Opens Up Areas Never Seen Before

Live video was shown of the Potala Palace n Lhasa...

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As New Year Approaches, NCP Threatens The Festivities

The possibility of an increase in the NCP infection has caused authorities in Lhasa to suspend large-scale festivities....

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Progress On The Sichuan-Tibet Railway Picks Up Speed

The construction of the Sichuan Tibet Railway from Chengdu to Lhasa is making good time....

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Laws And Investments Safeguard Tibet’s Vital Wetland Areas

Wetlands in Tibet get more legal and financial protection...

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The Only Novel Coronavirus Case in Tibet Cured.

Few weeks after the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus in Wuhan of China Hubei province, Tibet was remained the only region in China that with no confirmed case, until Jan 29th, Tibet was the only white color on the China epidemic map. On Jan...

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Tibet Closes Attractions Because Of Novel Corona Virus Outbreak In China

A 34 year old Wuhan man has been found to be the first case of coronavirus in Tibet....

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Winter Tourism Development In Tibet Increases Year On Year

Winter tourism in Tibet has increased for the third year running...

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Third Pole An Important Destination For Global Tourism In 2020

Tibet is setting 2020 as being a major improvement on tourism for travelers from around the globe...

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Archaeological Finds Show Tibetans Farmed The Plateau 4,000 Years Ago

New archaeological finds on the Tibetan plateau prove farmers lived here 4,000 years ago......

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