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Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture clad in summer snow
Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan province, sees a snowfall on Aug. 7, 2015. The Zheduo Mountain was clad in white snow, which attracted many tourists to take photos of the summer snow.

Families moving into the modern era 2015-08-08
A project to resettle nomadic herders has seen thousands of rural residents abandon their traditional tents and move into new brick and mortar dwellings, as Li Yang reports from the Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province.
Wudangzhao Monastery: "Potala Palace on grasslands" 2015-08-10
The Wudangzhao Monastery, built during the period of Qing Emperor Kangxi (1654-1722), is the largest monastery of Tibetan Buddhism with the most complete structures and management system in China's Inner Mongolia.
Highest calling of all 2015-08-09
The surroundings are beautiful, but living there brings many risks of disease to its nomadic inhabitants.
Tibetan students visit Yantai 2015-08-09
Ten students from Nyalam Middle School of Nyalam county, Tibet autonomous region arrived in Yantai on August 3 to visit the city and exchange notes with local students.
In pics: Tibetan mastiffs at breeding center 2015-08-08
The Tibetan Mastiff is a world famous and typical guardian dog species of Tibet. In recent years, due to market disorder and cross breeding, the price of Tibetan mastiffs fell sharply.
Image of Tibetan pilgrims: prostrations on endless road of reverence (II) 2015-07-08
In southwest China's Yunnan, Guizhou, Sichuan, Qinghai, Gansu provinces, and Tibet Autonomous Region, every year many pious believers pay homage to Buddha in Lhasa.
Tibetan farmer's sand-control dream comes true 2015-07-08
In the 3,800-meter-high Nordu Village in Zhaqi Township, Zhanang County in Lhoka Prefecture, 57-year-old Bengyur owns a large nursery that comprises an area of 33.33 hectares.
Face of Tibet is Changing Fast 2015-07-07
My first visit to China was in 1986. After that I have been to this charming country several times and during these visits heard interesting stories about Tibet – The land of intriguing contrasts – around which countless yarns of facts and fiction have been spun.
90 pct of Tibet's environmental protection work graded good in 1st assessment 2015-07-08
In 2014, over 90 percent of Tibet’s prefectures and counties received outstanding or good grades in the first assessment of environmental protection, according to the bulletin issued by Tibet regional government.
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