Introduction

The editor collected major events in Tibet in 2019, the year marking the 60th anniversary of the campaign of democratic reform in Tibet. A selection of news and photos from the website shows politics,economy,society,culture,religion, human and nature in Tibet, which fully presented the great achievements in various aspects in Tibet. The sense of happiness, gains and security of the Tibetan people has been greatly enhanced. 2019 is about to pass, and 2020 is coming, I wish you all a happy new year!

Tibetan farmers celebrate New Year one month early

In traditional highland barley farming areas, including Nyemo County, locals have a tradition of celebrating the Tibetan New Year one month early, so the celebrations do not affect farming. [more..]

People celebrate Tibetan New Year, Spring Festival in Lhasa

People celebrate Losar, or Tibetan New Year, and Spring Festival in Lhasa, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, Feb. 5, 2019. [more..]

Tibet to invest more on ecological protection in 2019

Tibet will continue to strengthen ecological protection with more investment earmarked for 2019, a local government official said Thursday.[more..]

Tibet vows to fight against separatism

China’s Tibet Autonomous Region has taken a "clear-cut" stance against the Dalai Lama clique and resolutely safeguarded national security and core interests, a regional government official said Thursday.[more..]

Senior Tibetan researcher highlights human rights progress in Tibet

The rapid social and economic development of China's Tibet Autonomous Region and the tremendous changes in the lives of residents there are attributed to the all-time supportive government policies, strong fiscal aid from the central government, and assistance from other provinces and enterprises, a senior Tibetan researcher said on Friday. Zhaluo, a consultant with China Society for Human Rights Studies and also a research fellow with China Tibetology Research Center, made the remarks at a sideline meeting, titled "Development and Progress of Human Rights in Tibet", during the 40th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.[more..]

Full text: Democratic Reform in Tibet -- Sixty Years On

China’s State Council Information Office on Wednesday published a white paper titled “Democratic Reform in Tibet -- Sixty Years On.”[more..]

China issues white paper on democratic reform, achievements in Tibet

China’s State Council Information Office on Wednesday issued a white paper on democratic reform and the leap of development in Tibet over the past six decades.[more..]

China’s Tibetan delegation visits Myanmar

A Tibetan delegation of China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) members visited Myanmar from June 16th to 19th. [more..]

Chinese NPC Tibetan delegation visits Switzerland, recounts development in Tibet

A Tibetan delegation of the Chinese National People’s Congress (NPC) visited Switzerland from Wednesday to Sunday and briefed Swiss lawmakers and officials on Tibet’s historic achievements in economic and social development.[more..]

Silk Road cultural event concludes in Haifa

The culture event series “Meet Across Millennium” showcasing the civilizations along the Belt and Road was held in the North Theater in Haifa on July 4, 2019. As the last stop, this show in Haifa marks the conclusion of its first overseas tour.[more..]

Photo exhibition on Sino-Israeli relations held in Tel Aviv

A retrospective photo exhibition themed on “Meet Across Millennium·YOU AND US” was held in Tel Aviv, Israel on July 2, 2019.[more..]

Shoton Festival begins in Tibet

Celebrations for the traditional Shoton Festival, or Yogurt Festival, began in Lhasa, capital of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region Friday.[more..]

Yogurt Festival celebrated in Tibet

Thousands of Tibet autonomous region residents braved the rain to pay homage to giant thangka religious images embroidered in silk to mark the start of the annual Shoton, or Yogurt Festival, on Friday in Lhasa, capital of Tibet.[more..]

Tibetan cultural delegation visits Finland

A Tibetan cultural delegation, organized by the State Council Information Office of China and led by Zhang Yun, director of the Institute of History of China Tibetology Research Center, visited Finland from Sept.22nd to Sept.24th. [more..]

Tibetan cultural delegation visits Sweden

A Tibetan cultural delegation, organized by the State Council Information Office of China and led by Zhang Yun, director of the Institute of History of China Tibetology Research Center, visited Sweden from Sept.25th to Sept.26th. [more..]

Last 19 impoverished areas in Tibet rise out of poverty

Authorities in the Tibet autonomous region announced on Monday that they have removed the last 19 impoverished areas from the poverty list.[more..]

Tibet eliminates absolute poverty

All the 74 counties and county-level districts in Tibet autonomous region have been lifted out poverty, which means the whole region has got rid of absolute impoverishment, according to Tibet authorities Monday.[more..]

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