Tag Archives: Tibet

Tibetan plateau in peril

The Asia Society’s China Green Project has a series of videos on the topic of melting glaciers and the environment of Tibet. One of the videos, above, talks about rivers and lakes that have started running lower, drier pastures, larger deserts, and more unpredictable weather patterns.

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China cozies up to France and the US

President Hu Jintao met with US President Barack Obama at the London G20 summit and France cleared its stance in regard to Tibet’s political status.

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The Daily Telegraph‘s Richard Spencer on history and relocation

Leaving Beijing for Dubai, The Daily Telegraph‘s Richard Spencer talks about all the major issues that he reported on in the last year or more, including his feelings about being the first Western journalist to reach Yingxiu and historical and cultural understanding between China and the West.

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Zheng Jun’s Tibetan Rock Dog

Rock star famous for song about Tibet pens a graphic novel about a Tibetan mastiff who learns to rock-out.

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Cover your ears: audio drugs are attacking!

Zhejiang-based newspaper Today Morning Express alerts its readers about ‘audio drugs’ that attack in silence.

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492 meter Shanghai skyscraper opens to public on Saturday

Shanghai Morning Post (新闻晨报): 492 meter Shanghai skyscraper opens to public on Saturday

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Singapore is cool

Lee Kuan-Yew on what China can learn from Singapore’s dealings with the Western media.

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‘Universal values’ editor removed

Editor Chang Ping removed from his post.

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Support the Olympics: kill splittists

QQ Huaxia has an Independence monster; a bus explodes in Shanghai; interviews with youth who aren’t angry; a museum of Tibetan history.

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CCTV broadcasts One World without the Super Girls

CCTV vs. Super Girls; student interviews DL, who has envoys in Beijing; HK media on the torch; historical and geographic perspectives on the boycotts; book reviews; sketchy underwear ads at Xinjiekou.

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