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    1. November 9, 2014

      China foresees outbound investment of $1.25tn in a decade

      Chinese offshore investment will reach $1.25tn over the next decade, President Xi Jinping predicted on Sunday as he opened...

    2. November 7, 2014

      ‘Meltdown in Tibet’; ‘The Bullet and the Ballot Box’

      Yaks have many uses. Their dung fuelled the fires of the nomads who once roamed the largely treeless Tibetan plateau. Yak...

    1. The A-List

      October 8, 2014

      China should watch its periphery

      Chinese police on an anti-terrorism exercise in Xinjiang in July China’s periphery is in revolt, from Hong Kong in the east...

    2. September 18, 2014

      China-India border stand-off overshadows Xi Jinping’s deals

      A confrontation between Indian and Chinese troops in the Himalayas and Tibetan street protests in New Delhi cast a shadow...

    3. The World

      September 14, 2014

      Why China fears a Scottish Yes

      It is one of Beijing’s worst nightmares: subjects in a resource-rich semi-autonomous province hold a vote on independence....

    4. June 22, 2014

      China broadcasts confession by Xinjiang attacker

      A man who participated in a violent attack in northwestern China this month said he had been recruited to participate in a...

    5. Nick Butler

      June 15, 2014

      China and the UK - the case for thinking big

      Premier Li Keqiang of China is due in the UK this week. Despite all the challenges and potential disagreements there is...

    6. June 15, 2014

      Tibetans struggle to escape from China’s yoke

      The newly arrived refugee in his late twenties with the maroon robes, shaven head and pink cheeks of a high-altitude...

    7. June 5, 2014

      Anti-Beijing protests may not remain non-violent, warn Tibetans

      Tibet’s leaders in exile have warned Beijing not to assume that Tibetan protests against brutal Chinese rule will always be...

    8. April 4, 2014

      Shortcuts: Walking holidays in Nepal, Australia’s Hayman Island, Shangri-La news app

      Australia In 1947, when the Australian aviation entrepreneur Reg Ansett bought Hayman Island, subsequently the setting of...

    9. March 31, 2014

      Phuntsog Wangyal, Tibetan Communist, 1922-2014

      The Tibetan who was one of the Chinese Communist party’s most important ethnic allies but who later came to regret his...

    10. March 21, 2014

      Centuries-old detoxifying treatments in India

      There is something monastic about Vana, a new spa retreat in the Himalayan foothills, 150 miles north of Delhi. The 21-acre...

    11. FT Photo Diary

      March 10, 2014

      Tibetan uprising day

      Niranjan Shrestha/AP Nepalese policemen detain exiled Tibetans as they shout slogans during a protest outside the Chinese...

    12. March 9, 2014

      Only three Chinese cities meet air quality standards

      An archipelago known for its Buddhist temples, the Tibetan capital and a seaside city known for corrupt real estate deals,...

    13. FT Photo Diary

      March 5, 2014

      Resting outside Jokhang monastery

      Jacky Chen/Reuters A boy rests with his family outside the Jokhang monastery in Lhasa, Tibet     ...

    14. February 21, 2014

      US ignores China’s warning on Dalai Lama

      President Barack Obama met the Dalai Lama in the White House on Friday despite a warning from Beijing that giving an...

    15. February 21, 2014

      China urges Barack Obama to scrap Dalai Lama meeting

      China called on US President Barack Obama to immediately cancel a planned meeting with the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader...

    16. FT Photo Diary

      February 10, 2014

      Remembering Tibet

      Sanjay Baid/EPA A supporter of Tibetans living in exile and of the Tibetan Youth Congress workers shouts pro-Tibetan slogans...

    17. January 19, 2014

      The grim history of the real-life Shangri-La

      ‘Tibet: An Unfinished Story’, by Lezlee Brown Halper and Stefan Halper, Hurst, RRP£20/$29.95 In a world where modern...

    18. January 15, 2014

      Online shopping grows in China's poorer provinces

      China’s mountainous Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region has little of the wealth and fast development of the places in China...

    19. beyondbrics

      January 8, 2014

      Guest post: the route to better relationships with China lies along the Silk Road

      By Raffaello Pantucci of the Royal United Services Institute A gentle rapprochement is under way between China and the...

    20. Material World

      December 5, 2013

      Rei Kawakubo repudiates the fashion 'inspiration' myth

      There’s a terrific essay by Rei Kawakubo, the high priestess/founder of Comme des Garçons, in the current issue of System...

    21. December 2, 2013

      Few cheer as City gets its mojo back

      Are good times rolling again in the City? News of an upturn in hiring, coming on top of an increase of more than one-third...

    22. December 1, 2013

      Britain wins little reward from China in retreat on Tibet

      Britain has “sold the store”, “surrendered” and “totally capitulated” in its efforts to get back into the good graces of the...

    23. November 24, 2013

      Court ruling on Tibet raises concerns over Spain-China relations

      There is rising concern in Spain over a diplomatic and economic backlash from China, after a criminal court in Madrid called...

    24. November 12, 2013

      Think ‘The Sound of Music’, with yaks

      “I’ve got some banking to do, would you mind waiting here for me?” asked the deferential young security policeman assigned...

    25. November 7, 2013

      An exclusive interview with the Dalai Lama

      I arrive in Dharamsala, the Indian home of Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, groggy after an overnight train...

    26. FT Photo Diary

      November 6, 2013

      Tibetan anger in India

      Manish Swarup/AP A Tibetan exile wears a Tibetan flag during a protest rally in New Delhi, India. The rally was held to seek...

    27. FT Photo Diary

      October 17, 2013

      Child’s play in Tibet

      Andy Wong/AP Tibetan children play near Bajiao in the Ganjia Grasslands, Gansu province, China, on Thursday. Bajiao, known...

    28. September 20, 2013

      China’s finest wines

      One of the more potent symbols of the westernisation of China has been the extent to which the Chinese have taken to wine....

    29. September 20, 2013

      Forget about ‘rising China’

      When riots broke out in Tibet five years ago, the Chinese government was condemned abroad for censoring reports about what...

    30. September 3, 2013

      Rudresh Mahanthappa’s Gamak, Ronnie Scott’s, London – review

      Rudresh Mahanthappa’s quartet Gamak meld the scales, microtones and compound time signatures of Asia with the rhythmic grit...

    31. August 30, 2013

      Tibet: life on the climate front line

      Jiang Shenglan is hunting for caterpillar fungus, and it is not going well. Sitting in a makeshift plastic tent in a high...

    32. August 15, 2013

      Film reviews: Kick-Ass 2, 2 Guns, Planes, When the Dragon Swallowed the Sun, Call Girl, Kuma and Bachelorette

      Jim Carrey recently denounced Kick-Ass 2, sequel to the incredibly successful part-British film about ordinary American...

    33. August 11, 2013

      Tibet opens up as new domestic tax haven

      Cayman Islands, step aside. Private equity funds looking to cut their tax bills have a new option some 3,600 metres above...

    34. July 3, 2013

      China challenged by double trouble in western regions

      China’s new leadership has its hands full trying to reinvigorate an economic growth model showing signs of breaking down....

    35. June 27, 2013

      UK’s frozen relations with China start to thaw

      China’s official media mouthpiece has indicated Britain is no longer in a “diplomatic deep freeze” with Beijing, after the...

    36. June 27, 2013

      Relocation scheme drives Tibetans into poverty

      A huge relocation scheme in Tibetan areas of China has over the past decade forced hundreds of thousands of people to end...

    37. MBA blog

      June 24, 2013

      Travelling in China: part 2

        While the dragon boat festival has always been celebrated in Hong Kong, it has only recently become a public holiday in...

    38. June 21, 2013

      Why leprosy died out in Europe

      Leprosy was a scourge of medieval Europe. The image of the leper, covered with sores and face or limbs eaten away by...

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