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Photos of tanks and armored vehicles in the Himalayas show that China and India's next border showdown could be much deadlier

An Indian tourist rides on a horse back at the Pangong Lake high up in Ladakh region of India, June 17, 2016. AP Photo/Manish Swarup India and China have both invested in their armored forces since the 1962 war on their disputed border in the Himalayas. The armor that both sides fielded during another recent period of heightened tension on that border show that a future war could be more destructive. See more stories on Insider's business page. Two months ago, the Indian and Chinese mi...
Tags: Tibet, China, Russia, India, International, Trends, Ap, Beijing, Himalayas, Xinjiang, Tanks, Delhi, PLA, Himalaya, India China, Chennai


New GSA Bulletin articles published ahead of print in April

The Geological Society of America regularly publishes articles online ahead of print. For April, GSA Bulletin topics include multiple articles about the dynamics of China and Tibet; the Bell River hypothesis that proposes that an ancestral, transcontinental river occupied much of northern North America during the Cenozoic Era; new findings in the climatic history during one of Earth's coldest periods: The Late Paleozoic Ice Age; and the age an nature of the Chicxulub impact crater.
Tags: Science, Tibet, China, North America, Geological Society of America, Bell River


Starz May 2021 Movie & TV Titles Arriving and Leaving

The full list of May 2021 movies and TV titles that will be available for streaming on the Starz App has been released (via Vital Thrills), which you can now view below, along with the titles that are set to leave from the streaming service this month. The includes the arrival of Steven Soderbergh’s Starz original series The Girlfriend Experience Season 3, as well as the series debut of Leigh Davenport’s new comedy series, Run the World. This month will also see the U.S. debut of Allan Cubitt’s...
Tags: Utah, Comedy, TV, Tibet, Movies, Drama, Horror, Fantasy, Sci-fi, America, Action, TV News, Starz, Streaming, Salem, Steven Soderbergh


US Urges China to Reveal Whereabouts of Tibet’s ‘Disappeared’ Panchen Lama

The Tibetan government-in-exile leader hails statement as “one of the strongest so far.”
Tags: Tibet, US Urges China


Evidence for glaciation predating MIS-6 in the eastern Nyainqêntanglha, southeastern Tibet

Southeastern Tibet is one of the most glaciated region on the Tibetan Plateau both at present and during the Quaternary. Existing numerical ages of glacial deposits in this region suggest that the oldest glaciation (Guxiang Glaciation) occurred during marine oxygen isotope stage 6 (MIS-6). In this study evidence is presented for an earlier glaciation, Nitong Glaciation, which was dated using electron spin resonance to 506.3±60.4 ka.
Tags: Science, Tibet, Tibetan Plateau, Southeastern Tibet


China is planning a mega dam in Tibet able to produce triple the electricity generated by the Three Gorges -- the world's largest power...

China's plans for Himalayan super dam stoke fears in India
Tags: Tibet, China, Three Gorges the world


Worry Stone Earrings

From Greece and Tibet to Ireland and the Americas, worry stones have appeared throughout multiple cultures worldwide. The simple act of rubbing these smooth, polished surfaces is said to decrease stress and help restore focus. But if you're not the type to carry around rocks, Leesa Storfer's worry stone–shaped earrings provide a modern, functional stand-in. Wear these silver- or gold-plated drops as part of your favorite power outfit and give them a gentle touch when you need intention-setting o...
Tags: Tibet, Greece, Shopping, Ireland, Leesa Storfer


Chinese troops are heading to Russia to take part in a tough mountain-warfare competition for the first time

Chinese soldiers train on a snowy plateau in Tibet, June 11, 2018. TPG/Getty Images A team of Chinese soldiers is heading to Russia for gruelling winter-warfare exercises. The Chinese soldiers will be learning from Russian military practice in extreme conditions. See more stories on Insider's business page. China is sending a group of soldiers to take part in a military competition in Russia that will test their winter skills in gruelling mountain conditions.According to China's de...
Tags: Hong Kong, Tibet, China, Russia, India, Trends, Getty Images, Beijing, Xinjiang, PLA, Kashgar, Harbin, South China Morning Post, East China Sea, Sea of Japan, Xu Bing


China reportedly told H&M to 'bolster its awareness of the national territory' after citing issues with the retailer's 'problematic' maps

A woman walks by an H&M clothing store at a shopping area on March 30, 2021 in Beijing, China. Kevin Frayer/Getty Images China told H&M to correct what it says is inaccurate mapping on the retailer's website. H&M has before been criticized by China for listing Hong Kong as a country. Many in China have boycotted H&M recently over year-old comments about accusations of forced labor in the country. See more stories on Insider's business page. Chinese officials told H&M to fix its map...
Tags: Hong Kong, Tibet, China, US, Trends, Taiwan, Beijing, Xinjiang, Hong Kong Macau, Katie Canales, Beijing China Kevin Frayer Getty Images China, Chinese map the Journal


Evidence for PeVatrons, the Milky Way's most powerful particle accelerators

The Tibet ASγ experiment, a China-Japan joint research project on cosmic-ray observation, has discovered ultra-high-energy diffuse gamma rays from the Milky Way galaxy. The highest energy detected is estimated to be unprecedentedly high, nearly 1 Peta electronvolts. These gamma rays are spread out across the Milky Way. Scientists believe they are produced by the nuclear interaction between cosmic rays escaping from the most powerful galactic sources ("PeVatrons") and interstellar gas in the Milk...
Tags: Science, Tibet, Peta, China Japan


New GSA Bulletin articles published ahead of print in March

The Geological Society of America regularly publishes articles online ahead of print. For March, GSA Bulletin topics include multiple articles about the dynamics of China and Tibet; the ups and downs of the Missouri River; the Los Rastros Formation, Argentina; the Olympic Mountains of Washington State; methane seep deposits; meandering rivers; and the northwest Hawaiian Ridge. You can find these articles at https://bulletin.geoscienceworld.org/content/early/recent.
Tags: Science, Tibet, China, Washington State, Geological Society of America, Missouri River, Los Rastros Formation Argentina


Decades of hunting detects footprint of cosmic ray superaccelerators in our galaxy

An enormous telescope complex in Tibet has captured the first evidence of ultrahigh-energy gamma rays spread across the Milky Way. The findings offer proof that undetected starry accelerators churn out cosmic rays, which have floated around our galaxy for millions of years.
Tags: Science, Tibet


Uyghur Court, Hong Kong Road: Tower Hamlets plans name changes in solidarity

As the Chinese embassy prepares to move in, councillors vote to support the ‘freedom and diversity of our borough’Roads and buildings in an area of London which is the proposed site for the new Chinese embassy could soon be named Tiananmen Square, Uyghur Court, Hong Kong Road and Tibet Hill, after councillors voted to assert “support for the freedom and diversity of our borough”.In a move that is likely to infuriate the Chinese government, Tower Hamlets council said it welcomed the relocation of...
Tags: London, Tibet, China, UK News, Tiananmen Square protests 1989, West End of London, Tower Hamlets council, Uighurs, Hong Kong Road, Tiananmen Square Uyghur Court Hong Kong Road, Tibet Hill


Quake of Magnitude 6.1 Strikes Tibet, No Reports of Injuries

(Reuters) - An earthquake of magnitude 6.1 hit a remote part of Tibet on Friday, but there were no immediate reports of casualties.The China...
Tags: Tibet, Reuters


China’s most important border is imaginary: the Hu Line

In 1935, demographer Hu Huanyong drew a line across a map of China.The 'Hu Line' illustrated a remarkable divide in China's population distribution. That divide remains relevant, not just for China's present but also for its future. Consequential feature The Hu Line is arguably the most consequential feature of China's geography, with demographic, economic, cultural, and political implications for the country's past, present, and future. Yet you won't find it on any official map of China, nor...
Tags: Maps, Tibet, China, Russia, Poverty, Economy, Infrastructure, Beijing, Innovation, Population, Myanmar, Chinese communist party, Li Keqiang, Xinjiang, Inequality, Mongolia


New UN ambassador could restore US credibility on human rights in China and worldwide

Thomas-Greenfield should expand the coalition of nations willing to brave China's retaliation and condemn its abuses in Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Tibet.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Tibet, News, China, US, Un, Usa Today, Thomas Greenfield, Xinjiang Hong Kong


Biden team opportunity: Make US a credible voice on human rights in China and worldwide

Thomas-Greenfield should expand the coalition of nations willing to brave China's retaliation and condemn its abuses in Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Tibet.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Tibet, News, China, US, Biden, Usa Today, Thomas Greenfield, Xinjiang Hong Kong


Annie Lennox Joins Eddie Vedder, Phoebe Bridgers, More for Tibet House Virtual Benefit Concert

Annie Lennox, Cage the Elephant and Black Pumas will join the line-up for the 34th Annual Tibet House US Virtual Benefit Concert on Wednesday night (February 17). Joining composer and artistic director Philip Glass, who once again curated this year’s line-up, will also be previously announced performers: Eddie Vedder, Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, Flaming Lips, Phoebe Bridgers, Brittany Howard, Valerie June, Angélique Kidjo, […]
Tags: Tibet, News, Philip Glass, Phoebe Bridgers, Annie Lennox, Tibet House US, Black Pumas, Annie Lennox Joins Eddie Vedder Phoebe Bridgers, Annie Lennox Cage, Eddie Vedder Patti Smith


Anti-China Activists in Japan Call for Boycott of Beijing 2022 Games

By Jack TarrantTOKYO (Reuters) - A group of anti-China activists campaigning for human rights in Tibet and support for ethnic Uighurs called on...
Tags: Japan, Tibet, China, Beijing, Jack TarrantTOKYO Reuters


Yak politics: Tibetans’ vegetarian dilemma amid China meat boom

While China pushes for more industrialised farms, Buddhist monks urge now-sedentary nomads to embrace vegetarianismFormer free-roaming nomads now mostly resettled in rows of sun-baked block houses in Tibet are facing a struggle for their identity, their spiritual and cultural practices – and even their stomachs.These yak-tending herders have always eaten meat. In addition to the milk, butter and cheese they derived from yaks, meat was a necessity in their harsh lives.But a movement spurred by Ti...
Tags: Meat, Tibet, China, Environment, Religion, World news, Asia Pacific, Xi Jinping, Farming, Veganism, Buddhism, Vegetarianism, Yak, Buddhist, Farm Animals


How Super Bowl 2021 commercials will be judged on inclusivity

From a barefoot Kenyan runner to making light of the crises in Tibet, Super Bowl commercials – indicative of the industry as a whole – haven’t been a beacon of inclusivity. But 2021 Big Game advertisers will miss an opportunity if they don't prioritize inclusivity in their commercials. 
Tags: Tibet, Advertising


Growth of northern Tibet proved the key to East Asian biodiversity

In a recent study, a joint research team led by scientists from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the University of Bristol (UK) and the Open University (UK) has revealed the first direct mechanism explaining how the growth of mountains in Northern Tibet drastically altered climate, vegetation and plant diversity in East Asia.
Tags: UK, Science, Tibet, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden XTBG, Northern Tibet


Washington, D.C. — Now Effectively Under Martial Law

  https://rumble.com/vd2585-washington-d.c.-now-effectively-under-martial-law.html Washington, D.C. Yon-Genre Mind-dump without edit I am looking at the the White House now. The flag is up. President Trump just gave a pep talk and flew to Florida. I am a war correspondent. Many years experience across the world. I am American. My Mother’s side landed in Jamestown in 1610 after being shipwrecked on Bermuda in 1609. We know this because an author was aboard. Wrote about it. Shakespeare c...
Tags: Hong Kong, Florida, Featured, Tibet, Washington, White House, China, America, Beijing, Military, Shakespeare, Bermuda, Trump, Jamestown, National Guard, Green Beret


China in darkest period for human rights since Tiananmen, says rights group

Human Rights Watch lists persecutions in Xinjiang, Mongolia, Tibet and Hong Kong but notes new willingness to condemn BeijingChina is in the midst of its darkest period for human rights since the Tiananmen Square massacre, Human Rights Watch has said in its annual report.Worsening persecutions of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia and Tibet, targeting of whistleblowers, the crackdown on Hong Kong and attempts to cover up the coronavirus outbreak were all part of the deteriorating situ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Human Rights, Tibet, China, World news, Asia Pacific, Xi Jinping, United Nations, Xinjiang, Human Rights Watch, Tiananmen Square, Tiananmen, Uighurs, Xinjiang Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang Mongolia Tibet


How to Draw the Buddha: Explore an Elegant Tibetan Manual from the 18th-Century

Some religions prohibit the depiction of their sacred personages. Tibetan Buddhism isn’t quite so strict, but it does ask that, if you’re going to depict the Buddha, you do it right. Hence aids like the Tibetan Book of Proportions, which provides “36 ink drawings showing precise iconometric guidelines for depicting the Buddha and Bodhisattva figures.” That description comes from the Public Domain Review, where you can behold many of those pages. Printed in the 18th century, “the book is likely ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Books, Tibet, College, Religion, Los Angeles, History, Nepal, Victoria, Seoul, Leonard Cohen, Buddha, Facebook Twitter, Albert Museum, Gupta


The Observer view on how the west should deal with rising China | Observer editorial

Xi Jinping’s expansionist policies abroad and dictatorship at home make pressing the need for new geopolitical strategyHow to deal with China is the biggest geopolitical challenge facing Britain and the western democracies in 2021 – and one to which they have, as yet, supplied no coherent answer. China’s influence is growing rapidly around the world. It is predicted to overtake the US as the biggest economy by 2028. Its politicians, diplomats and military chiefs exhibit the bullish assertiveness...
Tags: Hong Kong, Tibet, China, US, Britain, Asia Pacific, Xi Jinping, Huawei, Germany South Korea, Belt and Road Initiative


U.S. bolsters support for Taiwan and Tibet, angering China

China expressed anger on Monday after U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law measures to further bolster support for Taiwan and...
Tags: Tibet, China, Taiwan, Donald Trump


Trump signs Tibet policy, stops China from installing own Dalai Lama

Dharamsala, Dec 28 (IANS) less than a week after the US Senate unanimously passed the Tibetan Policy and Support Act...
Tags: Tibet, China, US Senate, Dalai Lama, Trump, IANS, Dharamsala


Cockroach review – Ai Weiwei's spectacular portrait of Hong Kong protests

Pro-democracy activists and police clash on the streets, captured vividly in this daring, dynamic and visually stunning documentaryThe artist Ai Weiwei is emerging as a ferociously productive documentary film-maker, with two other feature credits just this year: Vivos, about the abduction of protesting students in Mexico, and CoroNation, about the spread of Covid-19 in and from Wuhan. But here is his dynamic and visually stunning Cockroach. Apart from anything else, it’s a spectacular action mov...
Tags: Hong Kong, Tibet, Activism, Film, Mexico, China, World news, Culture, Beijing, Asia Pacific, Art and design, Wuhan, Ai Weiwei, Documentary films, Vivos


Dispatch 52: Expect violent BLAMTIFA attacks within 24 hours. And Uyghurs Plead for Help Against CCP

11 December 2020Washington, D.C. Yesterday, 10 December 2020, I attended a gathering of Uyghurs, supporters, and media. I counted 66 total people after speeches began. Others came and max may have been 80. Including those who drifted through maybe 120 total. An ANTIFA-sort came through and heckled that the gathering was racist. Considering the bulk were Asian including Uyghurs, Chinese of various sorts, Japanese, and numerous Koreans... The white-boy-ANTIFA-sort got heckled down the ro...
Tags: Texas, Featured, Tibet, Supreme Court, Wikipedia, America, Military, National Mall, Xinjiang, BLM, Frank Gaffney, Epoch Times, East Turkestan, Michael's Dispatches, Michael Yon, Uyghurs