Tibet Flag Row Makes China Suspend Its Germany Football Tour

After the Tibet flag incident at the friendly match between local German club TSV Schott Mainz and the Chinese U-20 team last Saturday in Mainz, China now suspends the rest of its tour in Germany. The China U-20 team was scheduled to play friendly matches with German clubs during their free weekends as a part of their training.

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China Warns Germany For Defending Tibetan Independence

China warns Germany for defending Tibetan independence during the recent event at the debut match of the Chinese U20 soccer match with Germany’s four-tier TSV Schott Mainz on Saturday. Six activists during the match demonstrated with the display of Tibetan flags which made the Chinese players to sidewalk from the play.

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Tibetan Flag Makes Chinese Soccer Team Stop Their Game In Germany

Tibetan flag makes Chinese soccer team stop the game being played in Germany as report in the media. The U20 Chinese soccer team who were in Germany to play a series of friendly matches with the German football clubs during their off weekends and the Chinese team stopped playing game when several Tibetan flags were displayed.

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Tibetan Political Leader Hoisted Tibetan Flag At Lake Bordering Tibet

The Tibetan political leader hoisted Tibetan flag at Pang Gong lake very close to Tibet recently while he was in Ladakh to celebrate the 82nd birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Dr. Lobsang Sangay on the eve of His Holiness’s birthday, offered sangsol and prayers at the highland lake which borders Tibet, now occupied by China.

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Tibetan American Denied Permission To Carry Tibetan Flag At Her Graduation

A first generation Tibetan American student at a University in Massachusetts was not allowed to carry flag of Tibet by the university authorities. Kalsang Nangpa, a final year student of public health at UMass University was disallowed to carry the Tibetan flag at her graduating ceremony.
Miss Kalsang was born to Tibetan refugee parents in India and moved to USA for a brighter future.

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Cambodia PM Bans Raising Tibetan, Taiwanese Flags

Cambodia PM bans raising Tibetan, Taiwanese flag in his country. Hun Sen, Cambodia Prime Minister has said that his government will not allow Taiwanese and Tibetan flags to be raised in Cambodia. Sen spoke at a friendly dinner at Cambodian-Chinese Association on Saturday that the flags of Tibet and Taiwan can not be raised in China.

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