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Western Development
WB to Improve Access to Water, Sanitation in West China
Research Throws Light on Lives of Rural Poor
Remote Border Regions to Be Developed
More Talents Cultivated for West Region's Development
Go West, More Opportunities There
IFAD Program Goal: Eradicate Poverty in Xinjiang
UNICEF Aid for Gansu Children
International Assistance for New Railway Projects
Railway Operates Smoothly for 100 Days
Promising Future for West Despite Economic Woes
1st Nonstop Overseas Charter Flight Arrives in Tibet
Political Consultants Hold Workshop on 'Go West' Strategy
W. China Development Strategy Bears Fruit
Qinghai-Tibet Line: An Instrument of Change
Tibet's New Railway to Extend to China-Nepal Border
CPPCC Leader Urges Rapid Development of China's Minority Areas
Golmud - Lost in Transportation
Goods Transported in and out of Tibet to Hit 2.8 Mln Tons in 2010
Tibetan Tourism Office Advises Delaying Trips
18-Million-Yuan Sci-Tech Products Reach Tibet
Controversial Plan to Tap Tibetan Waters
Qinghai-Tibet Railway Boosts Tourism in Tibet
Tibet to Improve Housing Conditions
More Than 4,000 Tourists a Day Take Train to Tibet
Test Flight to Tibet's Third Civil Airport Successful
Qinghai-Tibet Railway Result of Scientific Development
Booming Tibetan Tourism No Threat to Environment
Hu Expects Qinghai-Tibet Rail to Promote W. China's Prosperity
US$20 Bln to Input to 12 Key Projects in W. China
Train to Lhasa Concludes Maiden Trip
Lhasa Ready to Receive First Train
Tibetans Should Hold on to Yak Dung
Beijing-Lhasa Train Tickets Selling Fast
Funds for Environmental Projects for Tibet Railway Well Spent
1st Train Schedules for Qinghai-Tibet Railway
Earthquake Warning System for Qinghai-Tibet Railway
World's Highest Railway Stirs National Pride
Terminal Station of Qinghai-Tibet Railway Completed
China, India to Reopen Border Trade
Qinghai-Tibet Railway Facilitates Local Tourism
Tibet's 3rd Civil Airport to Begin Service in July
'Tomorrow Plan' Helps More Chinese Disabled Orphans
China Starts Mapping Its Largest Area of Uninhabited Land
Chinese Leader Urges More Research on Tibet
Environmental Damage Changes Tibetan Nomad Lifestyle
Tibet Receives 256,000 Tourists During May Day Holiday
More Than 50,000 University Graduates Sign to Work in Western Provinces
Tibetan Farmers Promised Higher Income, Better Living Conditions
First Scheduled Trains to Tibet Arranged
Tibet's Third Civil Airport Ready for Operation
Methane Helps Relieve Energy Dearth in Rural Tibet
6,500 University Graduates Heading West as Volunteers
Huge Statue of Mao Zedong Stands in Tibet County
Xinjiang to Develop China's Major Wind Power Project
State Aid Promotes Tibet's Development
Tibet's 1st Railway to Start Unmanned Operation
Global Warming Coming to Tibet?
Trade Fair Brings Investment to West China
Western China Tries to Balance Environment and Development
Population in Xinjiang Reaches 20.10 Mln
Germany-funded Poverty-relief Project Initiated in Xinjiang
Mongolian Population Increases in N. China Region
Tibet's Resident Population Reaches 2.76 Mln
Qinghai-Tibet Railway Prepared for Test Run in July
Chairman of Aid Tibet Development Foundation Elected
Law on Western Development in Pipeline
Foundation to Attract 'Conditional Aid'
Trains Are A Cheaper Way to See Tibet
Inner Mongolia to Spend US$51.8 Mln on Medical Care Services
Qinghai to Invest US$173 Mln in Minority Education
Payout Scheme for Animal Attack Victims
Wetland in Tibet Under Effective Protection
W. China Sets up Agriculture Information Network
Guangxi Reports New Achievements in Poverty Reduction
Tibet Sees Double-digit Growth in Farmers' Income
Gansu Saves Medical Expenses for Rural Needy People
Inner Mongolia Gets US$2.5 Bln on Railway Construction
NW China's Xinjiang Boasts Thousands of Scenic Spots
China Spends Hugely to Promote Compulsory Schooling in Ethnic Minority Areas
WB Loans Used to Build Highways in Xinjiang

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Developing modern agriculture is the Chinese government's top priority in building a new socialist countryside, according to a document jointly released by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council.
Eighteen children pose for a picture at a village in Ziyun Miao and Buyi Autonomous County in Guizhou Province, January 22. Among them, twelve children's parents left the village to work in big cities in coastal areas.
Chinese farmers saw their net incomes grow to 3,587 yuan ($460) last year, representing the third consecutive year of 6 percent year-on-year growth.
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