West Route of South North Water Transfer Project- A permanent solution for long term peace and stability of Xian

By: Tan Chenlong Tan Jia
Zhuhai Municipality Public Security Bureau, 519070 2. Southern Power Grid Zhuhai Power Supply Bureau, 519000

Abstract:

The South North Water Diversion Project that includes all the rivers that flow from the Western Tibet region of the Qinghai Tibet Plateau towards the west of Tarim basin is called the West Route of South North Water Transfer Project. This paper elucidates the plan for the West Route of South North Water Diversion Project …

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“Issues of Political Reform in China”
& her co-authored book titled:
“The Noodle Maker of Kalimpong: The Untold Story of My Struggle for Tibet”

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  • Dr. Anne F. Thurston is a Senior Research Professor of China Studies at the Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)…
  • Dr. Thurston first visited China in 1978 and been there dozens of time since, conducting research, working, and escorting many American study groups and delegations around the country…

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Map: showing self-immolations in Tibet till May 27, 2015

Although the number of self-immolations is rising at a disturbing rate in Tibet, the crisis is gradually reaching a stalemate. More than 135 Tibetans have committed self-immolation since February 2009 as an extreme step to garner international attention to Tibet. This map shows the number of self-immolations taken place in different provinces, prefectures and counties in Tibet.

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