On Serfs Emancipation Day, Celebration, Recollection, and Wishes from across China
The first Serfs Emancipation Day was celebrated across Tibet Autonomous Region on Saturday, while people from elsewhere in China expressed their wishes to the Tibetans.

Tibet Marks First Serfs Emancipation Day
A grand ceremony was held in front of the Potala Palace on Saturday to mark the first Serfs Emancipation Day in Tibet Autonomous Region. China Enjoys Religious Freedom: Panchen Lama; From Serfs to Masters of Their Own Destiny: Tibetans Remember; Special
Hu Praises Tibet Development, Hails Democratic Reform
Chinese President Hu Jintao said Friday that the "good situation" in today's Tibet was "hard-earned and should be highly cherished".
Emancipation of Tibetan Serfs Hailed as Human Rights Progress
The emancipation of one million serfs in Tibet 50 years ago is a historic movement that deserves to be celebrated and remembered by 1.3 billion Chinese, a signed article in People's Daily has said.
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Serfs Emancipation
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Democratic Reform
A Tibetan Guide Tells True Tibetan Development in 50 Years
• From Serfs to Masters of Their Own Destiny: Tibetans Remember
• UK Journal Publishes Article Marking Anniversary of Democratic Reform in China's Tibet
• Tibet in Best Period of Development: White Paper
• Tibetan Women Enjoy Higher Social Status
• High Cost, Urban-Rural Imbalance Obstacles to Tibet's Future Development: Report
• Commentary: Ending Serfdom in Tibet, A Giant Step in Human Rights Progress
• Tibet Part of China: US Official
• U.S. Reiterates Opposition to "Tibet independence"
Langma Hall: Tibetan Night Club
• Langma Hall: Tibetan Night Club
• Comfortable Housing Program in Tibet
• Carpet Weaving Benefits Local Tibetans
Tibet to Bolster Agriculture, Animal Husbandry in 2009
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• Hefty Investment to Go to Highway Construction in Tibet
• Tibet's Economy Sustains Strong Growth in 2008
• Software Development Plans to Help Tibet Narrow "Digital Gap"
• Holy City Expects to Prosper Again on First Anniversary of Deadly Riots
• China to Build Railway to NW Tibetan Prefecture
• Rare Snow Leopard Found at Foot of MT. Qomolangma
• Talking to Buddha by Engraving: Stone Craftsmen Find Peace in Changing Tibet
• Tibet's Oldest Woman Turns 118
Buddha-Greeting Festival Draws 10, 000 Pilgrims
• Tibet Enforces New Measures to Protect UNESCO World Heritage Site
• China to Restore Historical Site Evident of Its Sovereignty over Tibet
• China Completes Repairs of Tibet's Potala Palace
• Photo Exhibition on Tibet Held in Cyprus
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Beyond Beijing
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Warmer Climate of Tibet's Pagri Attracts Black-Necked Cranes
• China Aims to Curb Pasture Degradation in Tibet by 2030
• China Unveils Plan to Preserve Ecological Safety in Tibet
• Glaciers Melting on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau "Worrisome": Scientists
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