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Stills of animated movie 'Tibetan Mastiff Dorje'
"Tibetan Mastiff Dorje", an animated movie produced by Chinese and Japanese movie makers and animators, will be officially released on July 12.

Tibet's filming sites of Chinese movies 2011-06-12
It is said that watching films is one of the best means of traveling considering various kinds of landscapes that can be seen in movies.
Shigatse Radio Station goes on air in SW Tibet 2011-06-03
Shigatse Radio and Television Station has recently gone on the air with general broadcast in southwest Tibet, ending the history that Shigatse had no broadcast.
Tibetan TV series to be broadcast tomorrow 2011-05-05
Shangri-la, the newly produced TV series on intriguing Tibetan stories is all set for broadcasting through CCTV Channel 1 at 10:30 pm starting from May 6, 2011, news from its launching press conference Wednesday afternoon.
Film on inland Tibetan students to be screened 2011-05-04
An aid-Tibet education film titled "Tibetan Class" has been officially approved for screening, to be put on show soon.
China's Tibetan TV channel popular with diverse programs 2011-05-02
Joining the two billion global TV audience, Dronkyap, a Tibetan woman in a small southwest China town in Daofu County, intently watched news about British Prince William's wedding with Kate Middleton in London. The only difference is that the news was broadcast in neither English nor standard Chinese mandarin, but her mother tongue, Khams Tibetan.
Shangri-la to re-film its legendary romance in 3D 2011-04-28
The signing ceremony for 3D Shangri-La was held in Beijing on April 26, 2011. With an investment of 50 million USD, the film to be produced by a top level Hollywood team will be multi-sponsored by certain Chinese companies whose details were deliberately mystified.
Feature film tells story of Yushu quake children 2011-04-20
A new feature film, Kelsang Metok, tells the story of an 8-year-old Tibetan girl, who lost her entire family in the earthquake that hit Yushu in Qinghai Province on April 14 last year.
Film on disaster-relief spirit in Yushu premiered in Beijing 2011-04-13
"Flowers bloom in Yushu", a film on the anti-disaster spirit based on the Yushu earthquake, was premiered on Apr. 12 in Beijing, to mark the first anniversary of "4.14 Yushu Earthquake" in 2010.
Cartoon "Tibetan mastiff" to premier on July 15 2011-07-07
Tibetan Mastiff Dorje, a cartoon movie co-produced by China and Japan, is about to be premiered on July 15, according to the China Tibet Online.
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