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Tibetan Issue: The Double-Sided Strategy Employed by the Chinese Government

Photos depicting China’s brutality in Tibet and the Chinese security official’s high-handed and vulgar display of power over Tibetan monks and commoners have been leaked out of Tibet. Photo: Outlook TibetSince March 2011 twelve Tibetan monks and nuns, including some former clergy, have set themselves on fire in protest against Chinese religious controls over Tibet. Out of all of them, eleven came from Ganzi and Aba, within the Sichuan province, where most residents are Tibetan herders and farmers, and one came from Changdu, Tibet Autonomous Region.

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Secular diplomacy powers Tibetans’ global outreach

Tibetan political leader, Dr. Lobsang Sangay addressing Tibetan community in Brussels, Belgium during his 11 day of seven Europena countries. Photo: Outlook TibetHis Holiness the Dalai Lama’s political successor and Tibetan prime minister-in-exile Lobsang Sangay has significantly stepped up his outreach as the Tibetan issue slides further into global amnesia.

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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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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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China’s Next President: Reading the Tea Leaves of Chinese Politics

Chinese President Xi Jinping speaks during the 86th INTERPOL General Assembly at Beijing National Convention Center on September 26, 2017 in Beijing, China.Image Credit: REUTERS/Lintao Zhang/PoolRead original story here.
It’s time to push back against the “Xi Forever” narrative and take a deep dive into political maneuvering in China.
Over the past three years, a narrative about Chinese President Xi Jinping’s desire to remain at China’s helm for another five or ten years after 2022 has steadily taken hold.

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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 Fears India May Be Edging It Out in Culture Battle

Chinese women posed in front of a poster for the Indian film “Dangal” at a Beijing theater in May. The movie was a big hit at the Chinese box office. Credit Andy Wong/APBeijing — One of the most popular movies in China over the summer ran 161 minutes, so long that it was sometimes shown with an intermission. Unlike Hollywood blockbusters, there were no special effects, speeding cars or epic battle scenes. Nor was the film a Chinese production with a Chinese cast.

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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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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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