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Updated: 2013-03-11 07:57
Highlights from chinadaily.com.cn
Photo: Men on horseback hunt with eagles at an event during the Eagle Festival on March 5 in Jargalant valley near Ulan Bator. The festival included a traditional eagle-hunting competition and a demonstration of the eagle hunters' outfits.
Bilingual: The tsunami that engulfed northeastern Japan two years ago has left some survivors believing they are seeing ghosts. In a society wary of admitting to mental problems, many are turning to exorcists for help. Tales of spectral figures lining up at shops where now there is only rubble are what psychiatrists say is a reaction to fear after the March 11, 2011, disaster in which nearly 19,000 people were killed.
Travel: Ganbao Tibetan stone village, in Lixian county, Aba Tibetan autonomous prefecture, Sichuan province, is representative of a Tibetan-style village. Ganbao means "village on the hills" in Tibetan and is built on a mountainside. It is one of the largest and best-preserved Tibetan villages in the province. The history of Ganbao Tibetan stone dates back 2,500 years.
On China Forum
Discussion: Should China's military spending be increased?
(China Daily 03/11/2013 page2)