Tibetans celebrate Spring Festival
With red lanterns hanging from the eaves, the bangs of firecrackers outside, and tables of delicious food, Tibetans observed the Lunar New Year eve in the traditional way.
China refutes Lithuanian councilors' comments on "invading Tibet"
China refuted comments by Lithuanian councilors who expressed support for the Dalai Lama's claim that "China invaded Tibet" and stressed that Tibet was never an independent country.
Tibetan opera meets prosperity
Tibetan opera is an ancient traditional Chinese ethnic minority art form that has developed over centuries.It is a kind of art combining folk dance, singing and vocal performance in one.
Xinhua website launches face-lifted multilingual Tibet channel
The official website of China's Xinhua News Agency on Tuesday launched a face-lifted Tibet channel, offering the world a multilingual platform to better understand the autonomous region.
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Tibet to hold souvenir handicraft competition
Delegation of Tibetologists in Switzerland for exchange visit
Tibet reopens to foreign tourists
News Photos
Government's comfortable housing project in Tibet
Tibetans celebrate Spring Festival
British tourist: Tibet good place to spend holidays
Wounded passengers treated in Lhasa
Rescue underway as worst snowstorm plagues Tibet
Aid flows to quake survivors as snowstorm hits Tibet
Picture exhibition "Tibet of China" opens in Mexico
Beijing seminar launched on Tibetan studies
Tibetan wild asses eat beside Qinghai-Tibet railway
Quake-hit Tibetan students enjoy school life
Latest News
Development in Tibet
11th Panchen Lama visits exhibition on Tibet's past and today
The 11th Panchen visited a large-scale exhibition themed "Tibet, the Past and the Present" Sunday.
Tibet parliament session announces leadership changes
Traffic restriction called for as Tibet's vehicle fleet expands
Tibet's biggest thermal power plant starts operation to relieve shortage
Article denounces Dalai Lama-backed Han Chinese-Tibetan friendship association
China launches largest ever Tibet cultural relic preservation
China on Friday launched a 570 mln yuan project to preserve 22 historical and cultural relics in Tibet.
Tibet's biggest thermal power plant starts operation to relieve shortage
90,000 more rural people get access to electricity in Tibet
Education Department of Tibet increases education subsidies for children
Highland barley-brewed beer from China's Tibet enters U.S. market
Official Release
On Biased Reports
Exhibition on Tibet's past, present held in Beijing
The exhibition shows the inseparable, historic links between Tibet and the Chinese nation.
China to maintain media openness policy after Xinjiang riot
Official: Tibet to reopen to foreign tourists
Panchen Lama's English speech wins applauses, appreciation
Tibetans memories: From serfs to masters of their own destiny
Overseas Chinese in U.S. protest against media bias
Over 300 overseas Chinese in U.S. protested against some meida bias in Tibet issue coverage.
Double act, old trick behind Tibet chaos
China condemns CNN for insulting Chinese people
China strongly denounces CNN host's insulting words
American Chinese demand apology from CNN for insulting Chinese
World Reactions
From Netizens
CNN president apologizes for Jack Cafferty's remarks on China
"On behalf of CNN I'd like to apologize to the Chinese people for that," said Walton.
4 "Tibet independence" advocates detained in Canberra after clash with police
Czech council supports China's white paper on Tibet's democratic reform
UNHCR to verify Tibetans in Nepal
Breaching gov't order, 90 Tibetan separatists detained in Nepal
Overseas Chinese hold rally for Olympics , Tibet issue
Overseas Chinese rally to oppose "Tibet independence" separatist forces in Ottawa, April 13, 2008.
Chinese in Spain rally to support Beijing Olympic Games
CRI netizens and listeners around the world comment on Lhasa riots
Chinese netizens mourn Lhasa riot victims
Chinese netizens attack claims police joined Lhasa riot as "monks"
Memories of Lhasa Riots
After Riots
Lhasa boy: saved by police, not arrested
A young boy that wrongly labeled as "insurrectionist taken away by police" was actually being rescued.
Lhasa records worst air quality in history in March 14 riot
Young Chinese man looks for rescuer from Lhasa riot
Amercian poverty relief worker: Mobs take away peace in Lhasa
Canadian tourists tell of atrocities by rioters in Lhasa
17 jailed for Lhasa violence
Seventeen people were sentenced on Tuesday to jail terms in connection with the Lhasa violence.
Chinese media continues to slash on Dalai Lama's recent lies
Jokhang temple reopens to Buddhists, tourists
Renovation of Sagya Monastery resumes in Tibet
Official: Tibet to reopen to overseas tourists soon
Experts' Views
Comments
Experts: "Theocracy has lost its root in Tibet"
Tibetologists denied any possibility of the region returning to theocracy with the Dalai Lama as its head.
Rioters in Lhasa unrest receive fair trials, sentences
Scholar: Serfs' emancipation topples dark rule in Tibet
Tibetologist: China will not change policies on Tibet
Interview: Tibetologists say Tibetan culture well preserved
Chinese diplomat calls for right, abundant information on China
The British should not be deprived of the right to know the real China because of an information gap.
Tibet parliament session announces leadership changes
Article denounces Dalai Lama-backed Han Chinese-Tibetan friendship association
Article exposes ill intention of Dalai Lama's alliance with "pro-democracy" activists
Lhasa residents still bruised by deadly riots
The Dalai Lama
Documentary: The Dalai Lama
Dalai clique's lies exposed
Double face of Dalai Lama reprimanded
Dalai destroying base for dialogue
Dalai's brag about "peace", "non-violence" is nothing but lie
About Tibet
Tell you a true Tibet -- Sovereignty of Tibet
Traffic restriction called for as Tibet's vehicle fleet expands
Tibet's biggest thermal power plant starts operation to relieve shortage
90,000 more rural people get access to electricity in Tibet
Education Department of Tibet increases education subsidies for children
The Past of Tibet
Documents present picture of brutal past
Feudal serfdom before 1959
The serfs' economic burden
The serfs' miserable life
Statistics about serfdom in Tibet
The Present Tibet
Achievements in Tibet
Traffic restriction called for as Tibet's vehicle fleet expands
90,000 more rural people get access to electricity in Tibet
Education Department of Tibet increases education subsidies for children
Tibetan Buddhists awarded "doctorate" in Beijing
Special Reports
Qinghai-Tibet Railway
Beijing 2008 Olympics
Tibet in eyes of foreign journalists
China Tibet Culture Festival
Beautiful Tibet
Charming scenery in Nyingchi Prefecture, Tibet
Hoh Xil Nature Reserve in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
Qinghai Lake tops most beautiful lakes
Kunlun Mountain
Highest inland lake in the world
The Potala Palace -- a treasure house
Buildings along Qinghai-Tibet railway win Lu Ban Award
"Treasure bowl" Qaidam Basin
Tibetan singer takes album to Beijing
Musical "Tibetan Riddle" put on in Guangzhou