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- Tibet Aims for Three Mln Tourists This Year
- Tibet Sees Surge in Tourism Thanks to New Railway, Airport
- Potala Palace to Have Visitor Center
- Qinghai-Tibet Line: An Instrument of Change
- Golmud - Lost in Transportation
- Center to Ease Tourist Pressure on Old Palace
- Tibet Urged to Tap Potential to Face Tourists Influx
- Mineral Water in Tibet to Be First Resource Tapped Following New Rail Link
- Qinghai-Tibet Railway to Promote China-S. Asia Ties: Experts
- Further Environment Monitoring Urged for Qinghai-Tibet Railway
- Railway Won't Bring Influx of Settlers
- Tibetan Legislator Calls Railway 'Road to Heaven' for Tibetans
- Qinghai-Tibet Railway to Boost Economic Growth on Plateau
- The Economic Influences-Benefits of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway
- Nature Reserve Relieved as Antelopes Adapt
- Flights Increase to Compete with Railway
- Travel Agents Hope for Sales Boom
- Tibetans Should Hold on to Yak Dung
- Rail Freight into Tibet to Exceed Goods Out
- Tibetans Hope to Sew their Own "Hadas" After New Rail Link Opens
- Tibetans Find Words to Face the Future
- Lofty Ambitions for Highest Railway
- Tourism Benefits of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway
- New Railway to Jumpstart Tibet's Lagging Economic Development
- World's Highest Railway Line Provides High Hopes of Tourism Boom
- Qinghai-Tibet Railway Boosts Pride and Economies
- New Railway to Make Travel Easier for Tibetan Lamas
- Qinghai-Tibet Railway to Boost Boarder Trade in Tibet
- Qinghai-Tibet Railway Facilitates Local Tourism
- Qinghai-Tibet Railway to Transport 4,000 More Tourists Each Day
- Qinghai-Tibet Railway to Boost Tourism in Tibet
The Qinghai-Tibet Railway is a symbolic project in China's West Development Strategy and will play a significant role in accelerating the social and economic development of Qinghai Province and Tibet Autonomous Region. It's envisaged that the rail link will help build up ethnic solidarity and benefit people of many ethnic groups. (Full Story)
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