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Tibetan names inscribe changes, development in Tibet
update:July 14,2022
* In southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, many parents give their children names that record the development of the area, the country, and the changes over the past decades.
* Gurum Drolma's parents named her "Gurum," the name of their new hometown, to celebrate their relocation. In June 2018, 262 households from Rungma, a township at an average altitude of more than 5,000 meters in Nagqu, were relocated to Gurum Township in Lhasa.
* The permanent resident population in Tibet has exceeded 3.64 million, compared to just over 1 million in the early days of the region's peaceful liberation, according to the latest national census conducted in 2020.

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