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Qomolangma Tibetan fonts for Apple Mac published
The QomolangmaTibetan fonts for Apple Mac developed by China Tibetology Research Center was released recently, source from the First Qomolangma Forum on Tibetology kicked off in Beijing on November 23, 2010.

Status Quo on Preservation of Tibetan Cultural Relics and Development of Tibetan Museum 2007-12-17
Steeping with history, Tibet preserves with the richest relics at both underground and over ground. At present, over 2000 relic sites in kinds are found in Tibet. Amongst them, 33 sites fall into the list of key sites for national protection; there are 178 organs at various levels embarking on preservation of relics;
The administrative system in Tibet during the Tang and Yuan Dynasties 2007-04-28
China's Tang Dynasty (618-907) and Yuan dynasty (1279-1368) were of epoch-making importance in the formation and development of the Tibetan ethnic group.
The creation of science and technology terms in Tibetan and modernization in Tibet 2007-04-28
There can be no modernization in Tibet without modern science and technology, and the dissemination of modern science and technology needs language as an intermediary.
The story and significance of prince Chanhua offering tribute to and requesting a new title from the Qing Court in the early Qing period 2007-04-27
Judging from the overall situation at that time, I will explain the significance of the whole affair, outline the actions of the Qing court and the Tibetan local rulers , and draw a conclusion that the depa(sde pa)appointed by the fifth Dalai lama attached great importance to the titles and seals of authority granted by the Ming and Qing courts and that it was the depa's tradition to pledge allegiance to the Qing court.
The year of the establishment and the Naming of the Domed (mdo smad) Pacification Commission of the Yuan Dynasty 2007-04-27
In this essay, an alysis will be made of the year of establishment and of the naming of the "Domed (mdo smad) Pacification Commission"for the benefit of academic circles on the history of Tibetan areas in Gansu and Qinghai provinces during the Yuan Dynasty.
The preface of the English edition of China Tibetology 2007-04-27
The English edition of China Tibetology, long awaited by Tibetologists at home and abroad, is now being published after years of intense preparation. We would like to extend our sincere greetings and good wishes to domestic and foreign friends in Tibet studies circles through this magazine.
Four factors constituting friendly Tang-Tubo relations 2007-04-27
During the 200 or more years of Tang -Tubo bilateral relations, and despite the wars that often occurred owing to conflict between the ruling classes of each side, harmony and friendliness nevertheless prevailed. So what were the reasons behind this friendly TangTubo relationship? This article attempts to generalize four factors and briefly discuss each one.
A brief Introduction to Tibetan masks 2007-06-04
The art of Tibetan masks forms an essential element of traditional Tibetan culture. The masks are famous for their unique style, diversity of shapes and characteristically simple, unsophisticated and primeval beauty. Tibetan masks are therefore an important area for research.
The organs and processes of painting, decorating and mounting Thangkas for the Qing Court 2007-06-04
The organisations in charge of painting and manufacturing Tangkas for the Qing Court were the Zhongzheng Hall and the Section for manufacture and Purchase. Located to the west of the Forbidden City, Zhongzheng Hall was primarily used by the Emperor to worship Buddha and many religious services of the Inner Palace were also held there.
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