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Kashmir is Indian. Is Tibet really Chinese?

Kashmir is Indian. Is Tibet really Chinese?Comrades in the Middle Kingdom must learn from their history and be prepared.

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From the legal standpoint, Tibet has not lost its Nationhood

Tibetan troops flying Tibetan national flag, in Lhasa, Tibet, in 1936. Photo: The Tibet AlbumWith a written history of more than 2000 years, Tibet had been remained an independent, sovereign State. However, The People's Republic of China (PRC) justifies its occupation by claiming that Tibet has been part of China for around 800 years.

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Do not be fooled by China's propaganda on Tibet and Tibetans

In a crackdown in December 2011, Tibetans are forced to bow down and taken away by heavily armed Chinese military forces. Photo: TPI/Media FileDharamshala: - As Tibetans and peace loving people, we realize that there is a Chinese propaganda waged to capture the hearts and minds of Tibetans.

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Propaganda machine in dictator Mao's China fails its campaign on Tibet

Censorship in the People's Republic of China is implemented or mandated by the the Communist Party of China. Photo: FileChina's iron-fisted policy has bestowed to Tibet occupation, colonization, political repression, cultural assimilation, and environmental destruction among other factors for more than half a century making the conflict in Tibet one of the long-standing global issues.

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Foreign dignitaries endorse CCP policy and attacks on Tibetan people

Lord Davidson, speaking at the two-day conference held in Lhasa, organised by China's Communist Party that concluded on 13 August, 2014. Photo: News CNDharamshala: - Instead of speaking out on the widespread human rights violations of Tibetans inside Tibet, some foreign dignitaries reportedly endorsed Chinese Communist Party Tibet policy and attacks on His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Tibetan people at a recent Lhasa conference.

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Why Are Tibetans Setting Themselves on Fire?

Liu Yi’s portraits of Tibetans who have self-immolated, Songzhuang art village in Tongzhou, on the outskirt of Beijing, December 25, 2012. Andy Wong/AP ImagesFebruary 27, 2009, was the third day of Losar, the Tibetan New Year. It was also the day that self-immolation came to Tibet.

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Tibet Is Still a Hidden Kingdom in the Internet Age

Do it now ....what are you waiting for!!. Photo: Outlook TibetWhen the 26-year-old fruit seller Al Bouazizi set himself on fire last December, and died of his injuries 10 days later, it was big news and ignited a rebellion in Tunisia that quickly spread across the Arab world, toppling three governments, at latest count, and threatening the survival of several more.

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Xi Jinping in London: Cameron and Osborne take a big risk on China

Cameron and Xi Jinping hail UK-China 'golden era'In the last few decades, the relationship between China and the UK has often seemed like that between a married couple who have been having the same argument for so long that they have forgotten the issue they started arguing about, yet seem happiest when they are at loggerheads.

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Tibet: Bapa Phuntsok Wangyal and Xi Zhongxun

 Gyalo Thondup (Dalai Lama's brother), the Panchen Lama and Phuntsok Wangyal. Photo: Media FileHere again an old piece on Bapa Phuntsok Wangyal republished.
Bapa Phuntsok Wangyal, alias Phüntso Wangye, alias Phünwang was the first Tibetan Communist in the 1930’s. He was arrested and accused to be a ‘local nationalist’ in 1958 and rehabilitated at the end of the 1970’s.

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The Collapse of China’s Taiwan Strategy

China is trying to bribe Taiwan, not browbeat it, is good news. But Taiwanese caution is still warranted. Photo: economist.comThe good news is that it has indeed collapsed. The bad news is that its replacement may be even worse.

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Doing China’s Bidding in Nepal

Nepalese police in riot gear keep watch at the Boudhanath Stupa during the 54th anniversary of the 1959 Tibetan uprising against Chinese rule, in Kathmandu on 10 March 2013. Photo: FileA Human Rights Watch report released this month shows how far Nepal has gone in capitulating to Chinese pressure in cracking down on Tibetan residents and refugees.

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New Yorker Writer Is Surprised by Byline in Chinese Newspaper: His Own

China is filled with too many corrupted leaders. Photo: Media FileReaders of Peter Hessler, the author of “River Town” and other well-received books about China, may have been surprised to see his byline this week in China Daily, a state-run newspaper.

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The Dalai Lama And The Cult Of Dolgyal Shugden

Robert Thurman is Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies in the Department of Religion at Columbia University. Photo: Media FileEver since 1997, when, according to detailed Indian police investigations, pseudo- monks who infiltrated to Dharamsala from China murdered the Venerable Lobsang Gyatso, a noted lama close to the Dalai Lama, and his two young disciples, the cult of the Dolgyal-Shugden spirit has been on the attack.

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Man of Peace: His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet

His Holiness the Dalai Lama during an event at the main Tibetan Temple in Dharamshala, India, on March 10, 2010. Photo: TPI/Yeshe ChoesangDharamshala: - On December 10, Tibetans and supporters all over the world will mark the 25th anniversary of the day the spiritual leader of Tibet His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his commitment to world peace, justice and freedom and his consistent resistance to the use of violence in his people's struggle to regain their liberty.

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Tibet remembers 25th anniversary of 10th Panchen Lama's Death

The 10th Panchen Lama and his reincarnation, Gedhun Choekyi Nyima. Photo: Media fileThe 11th Panchen Gendun Choekyi Nyima, Tibetan boy kidnapped by China at age 6 will turns 25 this year, the world remains silent!

Dharamshala: - Should the United Nations and the international human rights watch community stand idle and allow China to kidnap children? Without reaction and pressure from the international community, China has done just that.

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Expanding the “Severe Punishments” in Tibet is a China’s Style

According to The People’s Daily: “On June 17, an air force division of Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) conducted actual combat exercise at a military airport on the snow-covered plateau to improve combat capability of the troops.”Dharamshala: – Mr Chen Quanguo, the Chinese party chief in Tibet, recently claimed the government’s new “anti-separatism campaign”would not make a big difference to Tibet and its people, but expanding crime and severe punishment in Tibet has become the government’s style.

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Tibet’s Ticking Time Bomb

Photo by Kim Kyung Hoon/ReutersAs the West quietly turns away from Tibet for closer ties with China, young Tibetans are exchanging the Dalai Lama’s gospel of non-violence for more desperate measures.

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Kasur Lodi Gyari on Genesis of TYC and Tibetan struggle

Kasur Lodi Gyaltsen Gyari. Photo: Outlook TibetStatus and position of the Tibetan Youth Congress when it was initially established, and some issues pertaining to the just cause of Tibetan struggle.

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The Doors of Chairman Mao

Causes of the Genocide - The Chinese Cultural RevolutionLike layers of haze and smog, Mao Zedong’s ghost continues to linger over China today. Agnes Smedley (1892-1950),[1] Mao’s Western confidante, using her feminine intuition, noticed that there was a door of Mao’s that was never open to anyone.

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Tibetan leadership urges China to open ‘earnest dialogue’

Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay with His His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Photo: Media FileKelsang Gyaltsen says Tibet is not seeking independence, but is concerned only with preserving the “distinct Buddhist cultural heritage, language and natural environment of the Tibetan plateau”.

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If Beijing will not seek a solution for Tibet

The iron-fist rulers of The people's Republic of China. Photo: Outlook TibetDharamshala: - Does economic prosperity reduce the importance of democracy and Human Rights? China is leaving the world behind in terms of economic progress.

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