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Wang Jun

Silkroad Chief Reporter-Tibet

Reporter of the Tibet Office of the Xinhua News Agency; serving as head of the economic news section of the Tibet Office; participated in the reporting of the Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon rescue, the investigation and study of law and order in Tibet and the reporting of March 29 landslide, Medog road opening to traffic, the Lhasa - Shigatse Railway opening to traffic, April 25 earthquake in Tibet and the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Tibet Autonomous Region; earned commendations by Xinhua for the excellence for five works; nearly 100 works had the instructive remarks from leaders of the central and regional authorities.

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