Finding the Silver Lining; Zhao Wei; Beijing Review

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Coronavirus chills trade, tourism between China’s Tibet, Nepal; Zhang Hongpei; Global Times

Trade between China’s Tibet Autonomous Region and Nepal is likely to tumble in the first quarter due to the impact of the deadly coronavirus, yet the previous booming trade will recover gradually as long as the epidemic subsides, local officials and business representatives told the Global Times on Tuesday.

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The Potala Palace launches live broadcast; Palden Nyima & Daqiong; China Daily

The Potala Palace, a UNESCO world heritage site, launched its first livestream on Sunday, attracting nearly 1 million viewers for a one-hour cloud-based show. The video has since been viewed more than 1 million times.

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A Journey To The Roof of the World; Kinnari Shah; Outlook India

Don’t miss out on a trip to Lhasa when you plan your first cross-border jaunt over the Himalaya…

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PART TWO: Medford couple reaches new heights in Tibet; Laura Duggan; Wicked Local

Editor’s note: This is part two of a three-part series by Medford’s Laura Duggan, chronicling her recent trip to China and Tibet. Next on schedule was Tibet. Her guide had the special permit required to enter that “autonomous region” of China. Nestled in the Himalayas, it’s known as “The Roof of the World.” The capital of Lhasa is situated 12,000 feet above sea level, making it necessary to move slowly when you arrive. Steve and Laura had opted to…

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Train to Lhasa; Shruti Bajpai; Evening Standard

‘Lhasa is more than the Unesco World Heritage Sites it boasts of. It is more than a gateway to the mighty Himalayas.’ ‘It is about the warmth of its people: Unsaid, unspoken, but felt everywhere,’ discovers Shruti Bajpai. | Train to Lhasa…

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Discover Tibet’s Breathtaking Palace in the Clouds; Clarissa Wei; National Geographic

Potala Palace is one of the most well-known spiritual sanctums in the world.

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The Divine Potala Palace Of Tibet, Former Home Of The Dalai Lama; Jeffrey Hagenmeier; Wandering Trader

China – Historic Ensemble of the Potala Palace, Lhasa

The Potala Palace in Tibet, is the former home of the present and 14th Dalai Lama. Built nearly 400 years ago, it has been considered the spiritual capital of the country for centuries. Used as a winter residence for the leaders of Tibet since the 17th century, this architectural wonder, is the 12th stop in…

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Top Tour experience in Lhasa, Tibet; Lazy Penguins

China – Historic Ensemble of the Potala Palace, Lhasa

Lhasa, in Tibet, is a place of utmost tourist interest. Tibet itself ranks high among the favorite tourist destination and Lhasa remains in their list of…

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Where Is The World’s Highest Palace Located?; WorldAtlas.com

China – Historic Ensemble of the Potala Palace, Lhasa

At an altitude of 12,100 feet, the Potala Palace in the Lhasa Valley of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, is the highest palace in the world.

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