Turkey's Erdogan makes landmark visit to China

Apr 5, 2012 Full story: Deutsche Welle 17

Turkey seeks to develop ties with China. On the first visit of a Turkish prime minister in 27 years, Recep Tayyip Erdogan will also try to convince Chinese leaders to pressure Syria to put an end to violence.

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falan filan

Portland, OR

#1 Apr 6, 2012
falan Turkey's Erdogan makes landmark visit to China filan
TRUTHlover

Romania

#2 Apr 6, 2012
An excellent step by the Turkish PM !
Cheers,
sariyerli neco

Kraków, Poland

#3 Apr 6, 2012
TRUTHlover wrote:
An excellent step by the Turkish PM !
Cheers,
what is so significent about it to speculate it as something new news to the world? every countries on earth tride with china isin't it?

Erjoker is a show men he like to talks big but do little, look he was criticising UN on Syria issue.

who is suppoerter of Assad? yes thats right China And Russia!

well well well now Erdogan go to China to kiss chinise ass and told them its ok I didn't mean what I said about syria and UN let talk about busine-ass

he probably get a stamp at his backside with " made/make in/to CHINA with Turkish approval!!!
Traveler

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

#4 Apr 9, 2012
Good for turkey. This country is getting stronger and smarter each day.
TRUTHlover

Romania

#5 Apr 9, 2012
sariyerli neco wrote:
<quoted text>
what is so significent about it to speculate it as something new news to the world? every countries on earth tride with china isin't it?
Erjoker is a show men he like to talks big but do little, look he was criticising UN on Syria issue.
who is suppoerter of Assad? yes thats right China And Russia!
well well well now Erdogan go to China to kiss chinise ass and told them its ok I didn't mean what I said about syria and UN let talk about busine-ass
he probably get a stamp at his backside with " made/make in/to CHINA with Turkish approval!!!
Götü-Ishalli Nicolae (aka Sariyerli Nicu),

I see again envy .... ya where is Armenia ???? Ohhh it is supporting Russia .... and with that the Assad regime .....

You should concentrate on the home affairs of your own compatriots....

He is sure not kissing the asses of one of the most nationalistic countries in Europe .... which is Poland .... ahhhhh, where do you live and work ????

Looooooooooooooooser

Cheers,
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#6 Apr 9, 2012
Erdogan is in China to Pimp Uygurs away for trade favours.
Remember he was jumping up and down about an Uygur Genocide only yesterday.
What a JOKE!!!!
sariyerli neco

Gliwice, Poland

#7 Apr 9, 2012
that is so true Dander abi, he is just acting portrait himself as leader for muslims world, that must be the Joker's joke isin't it?!?!

First he was bullying ( Kasim pasa style) Isreal then France then China and after kissing there asses one by one!

thats right he is pimping Uygurs like pezo muso pimped Azeri to Russia!
TRUTHlover

Romania

#8 Apr 9, 2012
You losers are just envy because your 'heroes' can't do what Turkey & Erdogan is doing .....

Catlayin iyimi .....

Cheers,
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#9 Apr 9, 2012
Erdogan to Chinese authorties; (9-4-2012)
"SOYDASLARIMIZ SIZE EMANET"
LOLOL!!!
the art of PEZO is alive and kicking with the IT remnants!
SIZ HIC MI UTANMAZ, SIKILMAZSINIZ?.......
telegraph

Newport, Australia

#10 Apr 10, 2012
manyak misiniz?

bu ne kufur be?
CRN

Ankara, Turkey

#11 Apr 10, 2012
Dander wrote:
Erdogan is in China to Pimp Uygurs away for trade favours.
Remember he was jumping up and down about an Uygur Genocide only yesterday.
What a JOKE!!!!
you know what nuclear power plant is?
marsian

Newport, Australia

#12 Apr 10, 2012
CRN wrote:
<quoted text>
you know what nuclear power plant is?
can wake up even china and turkey
Alp Ass Line

Los Angeles, CA

#13 Apr 10, 2012
Yeah Dander is right, Erdogan wants to pimp out uigurs to the Chinese for profit because they are currently being pimped out for free!
THE TRUTH ABOUT TIBET

Melbourne, Australia

#14 Apr 10, 2012
Drarong runs a Tibetan restaurant on a commercial street near the Temple of Marquis in downtown Chengdu. He named the restaurant "Gesar" after a Tibetan king who ruled during the 11th century.

Drarong, 45, said he opened the restaurant in 2003 after noticing an increase in the number of Tibetans living in Chengdu. "We started by serving traditional Tibetan food and drink: dumplings, beef, yogurt and yak butter tea."

The restaurant was instantly popular among the city's Tibetans, as well as tourists and Chengdu natives, he said.

After a few years, Drarong bought an apartment in Chengdu, returning to his hometown in the Garze Tibetan autonomous prefecture only for holidays. "Now that Tibetan food is getting popular, I'm seriously considering opening a new outlet in Chengdu."

Among the most frequent diners in Drarong's restaurant are Tibetan businesspeople on Temple of Marquis Street, known by Tibetans as "Chengdu's Pargor Street" -- named after a major commercial street in the heart of Lhasa, Tibet's capital.

Along the street are hundreds of Tibetan businesses: themed restaurants, bars, hostels and stores selling Tibetan clothing, artwork and religious items. It is also home to the Garze prefectural government's liaison office in Chengdu.

Rigzin Losel and his associates found in their research that Chengdu has the third-largest Tibetan population in Sichuan after the province's two traditional Tibetan communities: the Garze and Ngaba prefectures.

"People from Tibet and other Tibetan communities in Sichuan, Qinghai, Gansu and Yunnan provinces now make at least 1 million trips to Chengdu annually," he said.

Chengdu is a major stopping-off point for Tibetans during their long journeys to other Chinese regions. Almost all domestic air passengers to and from Lhasa stop over in Chengdu to transfer to regional flights.

Chengdu has made efforts to improve the lives of migrants who chose to move to the city, including offering them medical services, legal aid, employment services and free education for children, even if the migrants plan to stay for just one year.

BOOMING TIBETAN CULTURE

The growing number of Tibetan migrants in inland provinces has in turn created a Tibetan cultural boom. In many parts of Sichuan, Tibetan music and dance dominate local entertainment markets.

"Tanggula Wind," a Tibetan art troupe based in Chengdu, stages music, dance and operatic performances that draw large audiences every evening. The troupe has staged a number of well-known musicals and helped talented Tibetan farmers to become nationally renowned performers.

However, the troupe struggled for most of the years following its founding in 1999, undergoing major restructuring ten years later. In 2009, Li Jin, a Tibetan from Sichuan's Ngaba prefecture, turned the group into a joint stock company and began targeting national audiences.

"We hope to promote Tibetan art and culture across the country," said Li, the company's board chairman.

The opportunities, benefits and charms of urban living have drawn many Tibetans away from the remote, underdeveloped villages they previously called home. In Jinchuan county of Ngaba, about one-seventh of the county's population of 70,000 have moved to inland cities to do business or study.

"These migrants have brought Tibetan culture to other parts of China and helped reshape the mindset of folks back home," said Rigzin Losel.
ata

Newport, Australia

#15 Apr 11, 2012
bu cinli boklara oyle bi cakacaz ki
TRUTHlover

Romania

#16 Apr 13, 2012
Dander wrote:
Erdogan to Chinese authorties; (9-4-2012)
"SOYDASLARIMIZ SIZE EMANET"
LOLOL!!!
the art of PEZO is alive and kicking with the IT remnants!
SIZ HIC MI UTANMAZ, SIKILMAZSINIZ?.......
You sincerely should ask this question yourself!

Cheers,
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#17 Apr 13, 2012
TRUTHlover wrote:
<quoted text>
You sincerely should ask this question yourself!
Cheers,
Turd lover
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