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Before the storm: An economically weak China could be more dangerous than a strong one

Hu Jintao is Evidently scared. Protests in China have been skyrocking, going from around 127,000 in 2008 to perhaps as many as 280,00 in 201. Photo: The DailyAfter 35 years of virtually uninterrupted growth, the Chinese economy has reached an inflection point. September may have been the peak. Since then, the signs of contraction are unmistakable: falling car sales, declining electricity consumption, plunging industrial output, collapsing property prices, you name it.

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"Kelsang Gyaltsen" confuses Chinese media

Dhundup Gyalpo, a Tibetan writer. Photo: Outlook Tibet

Errors of epic proportions, monumental botch ups, criminally outrageous…one is simply at a loss for words when it comes to conveying in adequate terms the shoddy research that has been part and parcel of China’s recent diatribe against His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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China Tears Down the Tibetan City in the Sky

Government-hired workers tasked to demolish Larung Gar's cabins seen at rest. Larung Gar's monks and nuns amble by, resigned against the larger forces affecting them. Image Credit: David ChanChina is demolishing homes and evicting thousands from Larung Gar, the world’s largest Tibetan Buddhist institution.

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Dragon’s Terrorist Designs- Part-I

Lobsang Yeshi, Photo: Outlook Tibet/file

(The myth of the Tibetan Terrorism- A Study)
‘From the much abused clichés of ‘liberation’ and ‘globalization’, ‘Terrorism’, today has emerged as the latest global tool of tyranny and subjugation, and China is using it to the hilt.’

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Liu Xiaobo - Nobel Lecture: I Have No Enemies: My Final Statement

I Have No Enemies: My Final Statement. Photo: Outlook TibetThis is an essay by Chinese Nobel Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo that was read out at the Nobel award ceremony in Oslo, Norway in 2010.

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The Super Bowl Advert that Shouldn’t have Divided Opinion

Author, James Dunn, article published on The Tibet Post International

London: The Super Bowl, possibly one of the last places you would expect to see the Potala Palace or hear about Tibetan culture being at peril. Yet a 30 second advert by money saving website, Groupon, thrust Tibet into the living rooms of over 111 million Americans.

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Is China Trying to Turn the Tiananmen Square Massacre into Fake News?

A statue and a photo of Mao Zedong. Photo: PixabayBeijing has sought to use its leadership position in the UN system to obliterate the memory of Tank Man and Tiananmen Square.

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Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche on Recent Criticism of Sogyal Rinpoche

Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche. From khyentsefoundation.orgDzongsar Jamyang Khyentse: "I have written the following in response to a number of requests, including some from the press, for my take on the present situation in the Rigpa Sangha over Sogyal Rinpoche’s behaviour."

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Five reasons to stop Trump from cutting Tibet aid

 BBC Xi Jinping and Donald Trump This past week, the Tibetan community was sent into a state of shock after learning that Trump’s 2018 budget proposes cutting the United States government’s aid to Tibet.

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