#China's Tibet

  • China's Tibet helps farmers, herdsmen find jobs

    Over 604,000 farmers and herdsmen in southwest China's Tibet autonomous region had secured jobs with the assistance of the government as the end of October this year. These jobs generated an income of 4.54 billion yuan (about $688 million).

    A total of 77,289 of them found jobs in other cities and prefectures within the autonomous region, while 5,546 worked outside of it.

  • Commentary: Why Kissinger's secret China visit still matters 50 years later

    Fifty years ago, then U.S. National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger undertook a secret mission to Beijing, which helped lay the groundwork for U.S. President Richard Nixon's ice-breaking China visit and the eventual normalization of relations between the two long-estranged countries.

    Fifty years later, the relationship between the world's top two economies now stands at another critical juncture because of an increasingly agitated Washington.

  • Tibet's Nyingchi dives deep in eco-tourism, embraces prosperous development

    Dekyi Wangmo is a 35-year-old woman born in Tonpa village of Mainling County, Nyingchi, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Having been yearning for urban life since being a child, she worked in cities for years after she entered adulthood.

    However, her hometown became a place that she never wants to leave again when she returned there a couple of years ago.