Che Dalha Re-Elected to Chairman of Tibet Autonomous Region

Ethnic Tibetan politician Che Dalha has been re-elected to the Chairman of the Tibet Autonomous Region in China’s occupied Tibet according to the Chinese state mouth piece, Xinhua network on Tuesday. In addition to this, Lobsang Gyaltsen was also re-elected as the director of the Standing Committee of Regional People’s Congress.

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Tibetan Woman Appointed Provincial Secretary of Communist Party of China

A woman politician of Tibetan origin has been appointed for the first time to the post of Secretary of Communist Party of China (CPC) for the province of Fujian, a state of economic significance for China on Monday. This appointment marked the first minority ethnic woman to be appointed to such an inner sanctum of political decision making.

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Despite Heavy Quake, Tibetans Celebrate New Year

Despite a heavy earth quake jolted parts of Tibet, Tibetans celebrate New Year on Sunday according to a report in the Xinhua news. Just before the onset of dawn on Saturday, a heavy earth quake with a measure of 6.9 magnitude on the Ritcher Scale in the eastern part of Tibet, the locals resumed with the ceremonials of the new year on Sunday.

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China Shocked At Finding Its Party Members Supporting Dalai Lama!

China shocked at finding its own party members supporting the Dalai Lama in exile! In a surprising development the Communist Party of China said that some of its own party members and officials in occupied Tibet Autonomous Region are clandestinely supporting His Holiness the Dalai Lama. However the party has not named the officials.

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China Says Highest Priority Is Eliminating Dalai Lama Roots

China’s highest priority is to eliminate the influence of the Dalai Lama roots according to the new top China’s Communist Party leader in Tibet. The party head clearly informed that they will work at countering the Dalai Lama’s influence at the highest priority on its ethnic affairs in Tibet according to Tibet daily.

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Report Explains Tibet Becoming China’s Playground

A report in the yahoo news titled as Tibet becoming China’s playground was published today where in the author explains how the Chinese are exploiting the economic opportunities in the field of tourism in Tibet. The booming tourism business in Tibet that is generating on an average a revenue of $2.9 billion.

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China’s New Party Chief In Tibet Calls To Strengthen Criticism Of Dalai Lama

According to reports from the Reuters the newly appointed China’s party chief in Tibet has called for a stronger denunciation of Tibetan spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
The newly appointed party chief Wu Yingjie who was named for the post last Sunday immediately put out the reasons for the reshuffle by showing their hardline roots of Beijing.

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