NATURE NURTURES TIBETAN IDENTITY OF TIBETAN NATION

NATURE NURTURES TIBETAN IDENTITY OF TIBETAN NATION

NATURE NURTURES TIBETAN IDENTITY OF TIBETAN NATION.
Nature, natural forces, natural mechanisms, natural factors, and natural conditions work in conjunction to nurture and shape the Tibetan Identity of Tibetan Nation.
Rudra Narasimham Rebbapragada
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

NATURE NURTURES TIBETAN IDENTITY OF TIBETAN NATION.
Tibet has seen significant progress in restoring biodiversity.

BEIJING, Aug. 17, 2019 (Xinhua) — Tibet has seen significant progress in restoring biodiversity, with a forest coverage rate of 12.14 percent, said a white paper released in March this year by China’s State Council Information Office.

The population of Tibetan antelopes has grown from 60,000 in the 1990s to more than 200,000 and Tibetan wild donkeys have increased in numbers from 50,000 to 80,000, noted the document, titled “Democratic Reform in Tibet — Sixty Years On.”

Since the Qomolangma Nature Reserve was established in 1988, Tibet has set up 47 nature reserves of all kinds, including 11 at the state level, with the total area of nature reserves accounting for more than 34.35 percent of the total area of the autonomous region, the white paper said. Tibet has 22 eco-protection areas, including one at the state level, 36 counties in receipt of transfer payments from central finance for their key ecological roles, four national scenic areas, nine national forest parks, 22 national wetland parks, and three national parks, figures showed.

The central government has continued to increase eco-compensation for Tibet in return for its cost for protecting the eco-environment and the consequent losses in development opportunities. The white paper said that since 2001, the central government has paid 31.6 billion yuan (4.71 billion U.S. dollars) in eco-compensation to Tibet for protecting forests, grassland, wetland, and key ecological reserves.

Tourists visit the Tibet Garden at the Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition in Beijing, capital of China. (Xinhua/Ren Chao)

Tourists visit the Tibet Garden at the Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition in Beijing, capital of China. (Xinhua/Ren Chao)

Yaks on a wetland in northern Tibet. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

Sea of clouds over Medog County, Tibet. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

The scenery of Bome County of Nyingchi, Tibet. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

The scenery of Nam Co Lake in Tibet. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

The scenery of the Yamzbog Yumco Lake in Shannan, Tibet. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Tibetan wild donkeys on a pasture in Zanda County, Tibet. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

The scenery of a part of a glacier in Rutog County of Ngari Prefecture, Tibet. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Banggong Co in Ngari Prefecture, Tibet. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Black-necked cranes in Linzhou County of Lhasa, Tibet. (Xinhua/Zhang Rufeng)

Glacier on the foot of Mount Qomolangma (Mount Everest) in Tibet. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

Tangra Yumco Lake in Nagqu, Tibet. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

Tibetan antelopes in Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in Tibet. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

Peach flowers in the suburb of Lhasa, Tibet. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

Trees planted along banks of the Yarlung Zangbo River (Brahmaputra River) in Tibet. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

Lhalu Wetland National Nature Reserve in Lhasa, Tibet. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

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