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NOV 22, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Discovery Of Vast Buried Canyon In Tibet Has Scientists Buzzing

Researchers have made a surprising discovery in Tibet, unearthing an ancient canyon buried deep under sediment along the Yarlung Tsangpo River in the southern part of the country. The canyon is thousands of feet deep in some places and is believed to have been carved by a river three million to seven million years ago. "I was extremely surprised," Dr. ...

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NOV 21, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Chinese state media give profs a chilling warning

Chinese professors have long endured government monitoring and some degree of political interference, but this kind of public shaming was unprecedented in China's recent history, said Zhang Wen, a journalism professor at the University of Science and Technology Beijing. For some, it evokes memories of the bloody political purges of the Cultural Revolution 40 years ago. Since taking power last ...

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NOV 11, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Tibetan Monks Plagued By Cyber Attacks Pledging To 'Detach From Attachments'

DHARAMSALA, India (AP) — Buffeted by persistent cyberattacks, Tibetan monks are giving new meaning to their ancient creed: Detach from attachments. "Attachment can lead you to all sort of trouble and we Buddhists believe that non-attachment alone can lead you to happiness," 30-year-old monk Jamyang Palden told The Associated Press at a cafe in the Indian hill town of Dharamsala, ...

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NOV 11, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Hacker-hit Tibetan monks 'detach from attachments'

Attachment can lead you to all sort of trouble and we Buddhists believe that non-attachment alone can lead you to happiness," 30-year-old monk Jamyang Palden told The Associated Press at a cafe in the Indian hill town of Dharamsala, before giving the philosophy its Information Age twist: "We have to learn to be suspicious of email attachments. The Internet safety ...

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