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BEIJING, Mar. 17, 2015 /PR Newswire/ -- Jingang Tian, spokesman for artist Nan Haiyan gave a speech at the cinema club on the grounds of the Beijing Asian Games Village on March 16, 2015.
LEEDS, England, March 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Lhasa Limited, a leading global supplier of knowledge based software and associated databases, today announces the latest
NEW DELHI, February 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The formal inauguration of 3rd Global Festival of Journalism Noida 2015 took place on the International Day of Journalism,
A mummified body of a monk was found and it's said to be 200 years old. It's also said to be alive by some Bhuddist experts. Spooky!
LEEDS, England, January 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Lhasa Limited, a leading global supplier of knowledge based software and associated databases, today announces the first
MUNDGOD, India and NEW DELHI, January 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Prime Minister of Tibet H.E. Dr. Lobsang Sangay bestowed H.E.
Human settlements have popped up in some of the most remote locations on Earth, and a new study in the journal Science has revealed that about 3,600 years ago, an agricultural society subsisted on the Tibetan Plateau, the so-called 'roof of the world'.
Int'l Contemplative Science Community convenes to show the value of meditation for sectors ranging from education and health, to leadership and psychology HADLEY, Mass., Oct.
Tibet Tourism Bureau announced its latest survey that American tourists has surpassed Germany, making it the major force of foreign travel in Tibet in 2014. Lhasa,
In recent years,the environmentally friendly tour has become a major trend in China.
The Tibetan Pony is a breed of pony native to Tibet, once believed to be bred from ancient Mongolian stock and other Chinese breeds. Horses have been kept by wealthy locals and farmers in Tibet, as well as by the Dalai Lama and other religious figures. Some Tibetan ponies were gifts to Chinese Emperors during the Ming and Tang dynasties. They were also traded for tea from the southern Sichuan province into the late 1950s. The route traveled for this trade activity was a route between Lhasa...
The Tibetan antelope (Pantholops hodgsonii), also known as the chiru, is native to the Tibetan Plateau. Its range is nearly completely restricted to China, including Xinjiang, Tibet, and Qinghai, with a few populations occurring in Ladakh, India. This species prefers a habitat on flatlands with open areas and little vegetation. The Tibetan antelope is the sole member of its genus and holds no subspecies. Its genus name, Pantholops, means “all antelope” in Latin. There is one extinct...
The Lhasa Apso is a hunting breed from Tibet originally bred to guard monasteries. The breed often barked a warning to its master until the master came to check on the intruder. The breed generally stands 10 to 11 inches tall and weighs 12 to 14 pounds. The breed should have muscular legs and a tail which is carried in a tight screw over the back. The Lhasa Apso has medium sized dark brown eyes and a black nose. Its coat is double layered. The coat can be nearly any color and is generally...
The Onager (Equus hemionus), is a large mammal belonging to the horse family. It is native to the deserts of Syria, Iran, Pakistan, India, Israel, and Tibet. It is sometimes referred to as the half ass or Asian Wild Ass. There are six subspecies recognized, of which one is extinct and two endangered. Their range has contracted greatly under pressures of hunting and habitat loss. Onagers are a little larger than donkeys at about 640 pounds and 6.8 feet lengthwise. They are short-legged...
The Tibetan Macaque (Macaca thibetana), also known as Milne-Edwards' Macaque, is found in China, Tibet and Vietnam. This species lives in subtropical forests (mixed deciduous to evergreen) at altitude that range from 2,625 to 6,562 feet (800 to 2000 m). The Tibetan Macaque has a long dense brown fur with whiskers but a hairless face. The infants have silver and black fur that changes to its adult color at the age of two. Its diet consists mostly of fruit. It will also consume seeds, leaves,...
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.