Traditional Tibetan Culture Thrives in County School
Far from any metropolis, students of the Jiangzi Minhang Middle School in Jiangzi County, in the southern part of China's Tibet Autonomous Region, still have their traditional courtesy classes.
• Modern Life in Tashilhunpo Monastery
The Tashilhunpo Monastery, founded by Gedun Drupa (the first Dalai Lama) in 1447, is one of the four "Yellow hat Sect" monasteries of Tibetan Buddhism. In it, there are congregation halls from the 5th-9th Panchen Lama's stupa and chapels, and the golden stupa of the 10th.
• Duggy Day's Tibetan Adventure Diary Part 2- 2011
Hi there! Greetings from Naqu in northern Tibet. I've already travelled a great distance to get here, up steep mountain roads and along vast winding roads of the wide open plains.
• Duggy Day's Tibetan Adventure Diary 2011
A few months ago I was asked if I'd like to join a group to visit south west China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
• Chinese VP Calls on Religious Circle in Tibet to Promote Patriotism
Vice President Xi Jinping on Friday called on the religious circle in Tibet to continue their efforts to promote patriotism and maintain ethnic and national unity.
• Tibet Celebrates 60th Anniversary of Peaceful Liberation
A grand ceremony was held Tuesday in Lhasa, capital city of Tibet Autonomous Region, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the peaceful liberation of Tibet.
• China to Send 30 Pct of Tibetan Students to College
The government is planning to raise the higher education gross enrollment rate in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region to 30 percent in less than five years.
• Tibet Poised to Embrace Even Brighter Future
Tasang, a 46-year-old villager in the Doilungdeqen County of Lhasa, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region, is happy about his current life, one that his parents have never imagined.
• Tibet's Largest Solar Power Plant Starts Operation
The largest solar power plant ever built in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region went into service on Wednesday. The plant is expected to help ease the region's recurring power shortages.

Qomolangma Festival Opens in Shigatse

Modern Life in Tashilhunpo Monastery

Traditional Tibetan Culture Thrives in County School

Pilgrims to the Potala Palace

Morning Exercises in Zongjiaolukang Park

Thousands-Buddha Cliff in Lhasa

Duggy Day's Tibetan Adventure Diary Part 2- 2011

Ragdi Attends Celebrations Marking 60th Anniversary of Tibet's Peaceful Liberation
CRI Audio Reports
• Competitive Industries with Local Features Keep Expanding in Tibet
• Tibet Grand Ceremony
• Five Years of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway  
About the Trip

To celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the 60th anniversary of Tibet's peaceful liberation, a team of CRI's reporters are embarking on a trip to Tibet from the 20th to the 29th of August, 2011.

Their 10 days' trip will focus on Lhasa, Gyangtse County and Shigatse.

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