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Enochian Temples
Constructing Enochian Temples During the six months beginning November, 1985, I was involved in an extended exploration of the Enochian Tablet of Earth. There was no purpose to the work other than tourism - I merely wanted to see what was there and record it...
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Xinjiang Region of China Bans Glacier Tourism, Citing Risk to Ecosystem
Provincial and regional governments outside Xinjiang have not announced bans on glacier tourism. In Gansu, such tourism in the Qilian range is popular.
100 million Chinese on the roof of the world
The Tibetan Autonomous Region received 20 million Chinese tourists in 2015. Qinghai Province (the most picturesque parts are inhabited by Tibetans) welcomed 23 million visitors. If one adds the Tibetan areas in Gansu, Sichuan and Yunnan Provinces, the ...
Aerospace economy to power up northeast growth
Jilin- 1, launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Northwest China ' s Gansu province , includes four satellites , one for testing new space technology , one for high-definition images , and another two for video . ...
Chinese companies show interest in Augustow Canal investment projects
Chinese businessmen from Gansu Province expressed their interest in developing tourism cooperation with Grodno Oblast during their visit to Grodno last week. The businessmen stressed that they saw a big potential in developing Belarusian-Chinese ...
World Watch: New help for tourists in India; China to restrict glacier visits
Many of the country's 21,000 glaciers in Tibet, Sichuan, Qinghai, Gansu, Yunnan and Xinjiang have been shrinking at a fast rate and are expected to be reduced in size by 60 percent over the coming decade, which may lead to additional bans around the ...

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