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" BEIJING , Oct. 15 (Xinhua) -- The spokesperson for the 19th Communist Party of China National Congress will meet the press at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, the media center of the congress announced Sunday.

Journalists from the Chinese mainland, the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macao, and Taiwan, as well as other countries and regions have been invited to the event , the media center said.

The event will be broadcast live on China Central Television (CCTV).

The CPC national congress, a five-yearly event, will be convened in Beijing, starting Oct. 18. A total of 2,287 delegates have been selected from across China to attend the congress. They started to arrive in Beijing Sunday morning.

LHASA , March 1 (Xinhua) -- Sanyou is not a traditional Tibetan village name. Translated as "three haves," the name is shortened from "have health, house and jobs."

The new village is along a plateau river in Lhasa, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region. Its name reflects the heartfelt hopes of some of the poorest people living on the Tibetan Plateau.

Sanyou village is the first settlement for 712 people living below the poverty line in Tibet. They moved here last year from infertile land to seek jobs that will keep them out of poverty.

In 2006, the Lhasa government spent about 40 million yuan (about 5.7 million U.S. dollars) to build 184 houses on what used to be rocky land. Now the village is administered by Dagar township of Qushui county in Lhasa.

Nyima Tsering is one of the members of the Party branch of the village. He takes charge of a dairy farm in the new settlement.

As the youngest son of a farmer , Nyima Tsering used to live in a cramped house with his parents, sisters and their families. In 2000, he dropped out of high school when his oldest sister died, in order to take care of her sons.

"Disease cost my family a huge fortune. I'm a man, and it is my job to take care of them ," he said. Both of Nyima Tsering's parents are in poor health.

"I worked in the fields during farming season, and took odd jobs in the city, but no matter how hard I worked, the money I earned today would be used up tomorrow," he said.

When an intense anti-poverty campaign started last year , the city government rolled out relocation solutions for poor families like Nyima Tsering's.

Sanyou's residents came from 10 villages in Qushui county.

"Some people wanted to move into new houses, but many were hesitant at first," said Mao Xin, head of Dagar township.

In order to dispell their doubts, many of the farmers were hired as workers to build the new settlement. "We let people build their homes , so they could be more emotionally involved," said Mao.

Nyima Tsering also participated in building the new houses and his dedication won the hearts of his fellow villagers and got him elected to the villagers committee.

Houses in Sanyou mostly have two floors with white walls, golden-lacquered doors, and a yard. The most spacious is 165 square meters and the smallest is 108 meters.

Tashi Doje, 61 , lives in one of the bigger houses with six family members. In almost all the houses, there is a buddha altar on the second floor.

Tashi Doje sold his old house in his hometown and rented out his pasture land to a rich farmer. His family earned about 98,904 yuan (about 14,333 U.S. dollars) last year from farming and working at dairy and chicken farms in the village.

"Leaving the old home was not easy, but I didn't have to spend a cent for my new house , and my children can go to better schools in the town," said Tashi.

A clinic and a kindergarten have also been built in the new settlement.

Last year, about 130,000 people were lifted out of poverty in Tibet. More than 460,000 people are still living below the poverty line in the region.

Nyima Tsering's son was born at the end of last year at their new home. "I decided to call him Tsere Phurza , meaning intelligence and auspiciousness," he said.

"We had five or six babies born in the new village last year, and I hope they will never have to experience poverty," he said.

SAN FRANCISCO, March 6 (Xinhua) -- A radio telescope array project led by the University of California, Berkeley, has received a grant of 5.8 million U.S. dollars to increase the number of dishes from planned 240 to 350, increasing the telescope's sensitivity to radio waves from the period after stars first formed in the early universe.

The grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, established by Intel Corporation co-founder Gordon E. Moore and his wife Betty I. Moore in September 2000, to the Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array (HERA) project will help build 110 new telescopes, so as to creat a much more sensitive array able to detect faint radio signals at a wavelength of 21 centimeters.

The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded the team 10 million dollars last year to boost the number of telescopes to 240, a project being built in South Africa that should be completed in 2018, when the Moore-funded expansion will begin. "Expanding HERA will help us map bubbles of ionization around early galaxies in our universe and will extend our ability to find the earliest signs of star formation in our universe," said HERA lead investigator Aaron Parsons, an associate professor of astronomy at UC Berkeley.

The radio waves to be explored by the array can potentially provide a history of the so-called "epoch of reionization," a period beginning about 400 million years after the Big Bang when the first stars started to form and emitted copious high-energy light that eventually ionized about 90 percent of the hydrogen atoms in the universe. That event allowed starlight to travel uninterrupted through the universe, into telescopes today.

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