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China Starts to Plant Trees Along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway
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More than 26,000 hectares of trees will be planted along the 700-kilometer Tibet section of the Qinghai-Tibet railway over the next five years.


The People's Liberation Army (PLA) and local volunteers have started the tree-planting project, which will stretch from Mt Tanggula to Lhasa, capital of Tibet.


The 1,956-km Qinghai-Tibet railway, which began service on July 1 last year, starts from Xining, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province, and ends in Lhasa. It is the world's highest railway and the first railway ever to go to Tibet.


(Xinhua News Agency March 22, 2007)


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