Rescue underway as worst snowstorm plagues Tibet
www.chinaview.cn 2008-11-01 13:50:18   Print

Stranded people are transferred after being rescued from a grazing area in Lhunze county in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Oct. 30, 2008. Over 87% of the snow-stranded people in Lhunze and Cona have been rescued as of the afternoon of Oct. 31. (Xinhua/Jia Lijun)
Photo Gallery>>>

A local woman transfers the yaks after the worst snowstorm on record in Lhunze county in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Oct. 31, 2008. The snow-plagued southern Tibet is in dire need of fuel and fodders, while the government said measures are underway to reduce losses to herders. (Xinhua/Gaesang Dawa)
Photo Gallery>>>

Editor: Yan
Related Stories
Snowstorm death toll rises to nine in Tibet
Rescue for the remaining Tibet snowstorm trapped underway
Snow-plagued S Tibet in dire need of fuel, fodders
Death toll rises to 7 in worst Tibet snowstorm
Aid flows to quake survivors as snowstorm hits Tibet
Photo Gallery
Top-whipping for fun and fitness
"Lung of Lhasa" -- Lalu wetland in Tibet
Miserable life of serfs in old Tibet
Tibetans in Longnan quake-hit area celebrate Lunar New Year
Golden statue of yak near Potala Palace in Lhasa
Tibetans celebrate Spring Festival
Abundant goods supply in Tibet
Tibet decorated for coming Spring Festival
 
  Back to Top