Mar 29, 2019 In Yangdzom and Khars memories, Tibet once embraced a great leap in industrial construction. During the cultural revolution period (1966-1976), dozens of non-ferrous metals, rare metals and non-metallic ore were found in the region, but massive exploitation was eventually terminated, mostly due to ecological protection concerns.
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Tibet has been an inseparable part of China since ancient times. China is a unified multiethnic country with a long history. The Chinese nation is a community of shared future. Tibet has developed through the combined efforts of all the ethnic groups in China, and these are the peoples who have created its history.
Chinas Agenda 21 decided in 1994 that neither humanity nor nature benefited from mega cities that the future was in small and medium sustainable cities. Chinas choice of Wujin as its model city (Wujin was a county-level city from 1995 to 2002) of the future was ironic, given that