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March 12, 2009 
A metal worker in a small workshop makes religious ornaments for decorating temples near the Kumbum Monastery... 
Xining, China 
Metal worker in small workshop makes religious ornaments for decorating temples near Kumbum Monastery... 
A metal worker in a small workshop makes religious ornaments for decorating temples near the Kumbum Monastery located on the outskirts of Xining, in Qinghai province March 12, 2009. Even when producing uniquely Tibetan products, Tibetans have not been able to compete in the rush for wealth that defines today's China. That was a factor in unrest a year ago, and could continue to drive tension between Tibetans and Han Chinese. Chinese authorities have locked down Tibetan regions this month, which marks the 50th anniversary of the Dalai Lama's flight into exile after a failed uprising against Chinese rule and the one-year anniversary of riots in Lhasa. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY RELIGION) 
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