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Words China's state-run media has banned

Grass Mud Horse (草泥马 cǎonímǎ). A pun on a rude word which you can learn about below.Xinhua News Agency was established by the Chinese Communist Party in 1931 in a little house in Ruijin, Jiangxi Province. Until 1938, it was called the Red China News Agency 红色中华通讯社, but it has always had the same goal:

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President of Tibet urges Australia to support Middle Way Approach

Dr Lobsang Sangay participated in a Q&A style interview at the Sydney Opera House last weekend. Sydney  — Dr Lobsang Sangay, legal academic and the president of Tibet’s government in exile, has used a visit in Sydney to share his views with Australian lawyers about how to solve the issue of autonomy for Tibetans living in the occupied territory, according to China’s own laws.

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China: still world’s biggest prison for journalists and citizen-journalists

Citizen-journalists Lu Yuyu and Li Tingyu were abducted by the police in June 2016 while documenting worker protests. Twenty-eight years after the ruthless crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrations in Tiananmen Square on 4 June 1989, China’s prisons currently hold more than 100 journalists, citizen-journalists and bloggers, including a Nobel peace laureate and three winners of the Reporters Without Borders (RSF)-TV5 Monde Press Freedom Prize.

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Botswana confirms His Holiness the Dalai Lama visit despite China anger

Pelonomi Venson Moitoi, Botswana Foreign Ministry. Photo: FileGaborone — Botswana Government on Tuesday (Jul 25) confirmed it will allow His Holiness the Dalai Lama to visit next month as "a foreign dignitary" in the face of China's fierce opposition to the spiritual leader of Tibet.

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Trump admin proposes zero aid to Tibetans, reverses US policy

Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946) is the 45th and current President of the United StatesPresident Donald Trump has proposed zero aid to the Tibetans in 2018, reversing the decades-old US policy of providing financial help to the community to safeguard their distinct identity under the Chinese rule.

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Taiwanese president receives RSF’s secretary-general

Reporters Without Borders’ secretary-general meeting with the President of Taiwan, in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. Photo: RSFChristophe Deloire, the secretary-general of Reporters Without Borders (RSF), and two members of RSF’s Emeritus Board, Nobel peace laureate Shirin Ebadi and Chinese pro-democracy activist Wu’er Kaixi, were received today by Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen.

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Communist China abuses student for praising freedom and democracy in US

Yang Shuping was speaking at her graduation from Maryland University. She moved to the US from China five years ago. Photograph: YouTube Maryland, USA — A Chinese student in the US has praised United States of America for it’s fresh air, freedom of speech, freedom and democracy in her graduation speech, proudly in front of thousands of students and faculty members, from University of Maryland, USA.

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Tension arises between India and China over the Sikkim - Tibet border

The PLA spokesman said, the purpose is to test the parameters of the equipment and is not targeted against any country. Photo: FileDharamshala — In the past 50 years, India and China have been involved in several border disputes, quarrels, and conflicts but the most recent dispute has emerged not over territories of Arunachal Pradesh or Ladakh, but the state of Sikkim, which has now became conflict.

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RSF introduces new weekly roundup of threats, attacks to U.S. Press Freedom

President Donald Trump, left, speaks with Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, right, during commencement exercises for the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, Wednesday, May 17, 2017, in New London, Conn. (AP Photo) Paris, France — Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said that ehy are "deeply troubled by the increased hostility towards journalists in the United States of America."

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China: Tibet Propaganda Masks Repression

The Chinese term shehui zhili is normally highlights the government’s role in providing services and welfare to citizens as well as controlling them, and its cooperation with other stakeholders in society such as nongovernmental organizations and social organizations. Photo: HRWIllustrated Glossary Decodes Surveillance Systems and Abuses
(New York) – Chinese authorities are increasingly using opaque policy terms in official media to tighten repression in Tibet, Human Rights Watch said in an illustrated glossary released today.

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Richard Gere on how China has damaged his career over his support for Tibet

Richard Tiffany Gere, an American actor and humanitarian activist. Photo: fileAround the time of American Gigolo, An Officer and a Gentleman, Pretty Woman and Primal Fear – the heady ’80s and ’90s – Richard Gere was just about the biggest star in Hollywood. Dashing, charming, sexy, great hair.

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Suspend EU-China Human Rights Dialogue: Ten human rights organizations

 Expand  European Council President Donald Tusk and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrive at the EU-China Summit in Brussels on June 2, 2017. © 2017 Reuters EU and its 28 Members Lack Strategy, Credibility to Bring Change. Brussels – The European Union should cancel its upcoming human rights dialogue with China and suspend the exchange until the meetings can bring genuine human rights improvements, ten human rights organizations said today.

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I-Spy in China: a revival of Mao-era paranoia?

Mao era spy and mass surveillance in modern China. Photo: FileDuring the Cultural Revolution in the 1960s, when Siu Ying Lee’s kindergarten-age daughter saw a photo of her mother in a white lace wedding dress, instead of wishing she could look pretty like her, she pointed her finger and shouted: “Spy! Spy!”

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President Trump proposes zero aid to Tibet programs, reverses decade old US policy

Trump’s cuts to foreign aid face resistance in Congress. Photo: FileWashington DC — President Donald Trump’s proposed 2018 budget, if voted into effect, would immediately halt all funding critical to advancing freedom in Tibet.

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China will have to think about Tibet before going to war with India, says Dalai Lama

Tibetan spiritual leader, His Holinesss the Dalai Lama. Photo: FileChina will have to think about Tibet before going to war with India, said he spiritual leader of Tibet His Holiness the Dalai Lama, according to Indian media reports.

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How financial pressures are affecting news reporting?

Photo Credit : PixabaySupported by the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ), "Open Democracy" aims to take a snapshot of how financial pressures are affecting news reporting and how money shapes what gets reported – and what doesn’t.

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Tibet was never a part of China, but Middle Way remains the only solution: SIkyong

Sikyong interacting with Chinese students in Brisbane. Photo: CTA/DIIRDharamshala — Tibet was never a part of China but Middle Way Approach remains the key to a mutually acceptable solution of the issue of Tibet.

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Apple TV censors “China Uncensored” show

Chris Chappell dans China Uncensored Apple TV finally ended its censorship of the show and has approved it in all three territories – Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. RSF welcomes this decision and thanks those media outlets that, by reporting the censorship, help to get it lifted.

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Mao = Mass Commy Murders in China = 70 Million murdered = Supported USSR

1949 Mao Tsu-tung and Joseph Stalin in MoscowMao Zedong “Mao” = (1893-1976) and in Office 1945 – 1976 = Known as Chairman Mao, Communist Dictator using Marxist–Leninist theories = Marxism-Leninism-Maoism governing.

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Press freedom under threat in US says Reporters Without Borders

RSF's #WeeklyAddress on US press freedom: week of May 29 - June 4Reporters Without Borders (RWB) recently said there is a increased threats to journalists in United States of America.

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Nazi's Tibet expedition turned into drunken hunting bender

A shot from the Tibetan expedition as the members of the team sit down around a table with locals in a room adorned by a swastika and the SS logo. Photo: FileRevealed: How expedition ordered by Nazi chief Himmler to discover the roots of Ayran man in Tibet turned into a months-long drinking and hunting bender.

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