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Tibet Autonomous Region

Definitions

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  • proper noun Xizang Zizhiqu

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Examples

  • China has ruled what it calls the Tibet Autonomous Region since Communist troops marched in in 1950.

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  • China has ruled what it calls the Tibet Autonomous Region since Communist troops marched in in 1950.

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  • The Chinese government has tried to bolster the economy of the area it calls the Tibet Autonomous Region, whose gross domestic product of $5 billion in 2007 was the lowest of any region in China.

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  • The Tibet Autonomous Region is a large and sparsely populated area and its people have the lowest incomes and poorest health indicators in China.

    Further Australian Support for Tibet's Health Sector

  • Foreigners already need permission to travel to what China calls the Tibet Autonomous Region, but the government is generally more relaxed about Tibetan areas in other provinces such as Sichuan, Qinghai and Gansu.

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  • Foreigners already need permission to travel to what China calls the Tibet Autonomous Region, but the government is generally more relaxed about Tibetan areas in other provinces such as Sichuan, Qinghai and Gansu.

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  • The monastery is within what China officially calls the Tibet Autonomous Region, a large area on the Tibetan plateau that was the central part of historical Tibet, the former Himalayan kingdom occupied by the Chinese in the 1950's.

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  • Foreigners already need permission to travel to what China calls the Tibet Autonomous Region, but the government is generally more relaxed about Tibetan areas in other provinces such as Sichuan, Qinghai and Gansu.

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  • On Monday, Padma Choling, the governor of the Chinese-ruled area known as the Tibet Autonomous Region, traditionally central Tibet, reiterated in Beijing that the next Dalai Lama would have to be chosen through the tradition of reincarnation and not be hand-picked, as the current Dalai Lama has suggested might happen.

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  • On Monday, Padma Choling, the governor of the Chinese-ruled area known as the Tibet Autonomous Region, traditionally central Tibet, reiterated in Beijing that the next Dalai Lama would have to be chosen through the tradition of reincarnation and not be hand-picked, as the current Dalai Lama has suggested might happen.

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