Reflections on a Bitter Reality

In the past few days, I tried to think and analyze on an unusual and candid comment made by a Tibetan woman who is a soprano in Chinese army and a current member of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC).  Gowa Gyamo Kyi has long career in Chinese army as singer who normally performs at big national galas.

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China’s Pink Hearts Can Not Conceal Human Rights Suppression In Tibet

The Human Rights Watch China director has published an opinion piece in their official website explaining China’s latest campaign. The latest campaign aims to demand political loyalty through gentle terms such as the one shown in the picture above, China’s pink hearts to conceal its brutal human rights suppression in Tibet and other regions under China.

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Chinese Student Who Called Xi Jinping ‘Xitler’, Wrote ‘Free Tibet’ May Face Prison Time

Mr Kwon Pong, an ethnic Korean student who studied in America, was taken to Chinese police custody in September last year, reports the New York Times. Mr Kwon shared a selfie on Twitter where he wore a T-shirt which had the word ‘Xitler’ emblazoned on it. Mr Kwon now faces trial for “inciting subversion” and may even face prison time since the Chinese government dismissed his lawyers days before the trial began.

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China lodge protest over Obama meeting with Dalai lama

On Wednesday His holiness the Dalai lama was hosted by the president of the United States Barack Obama in the white house. The meeting happened behind closed door in the map room.
The White House also said that the president “reiterated the longstanding U.S. position that Tibet is a part of the People’s Republic of China, and the United States does not support Tibetan independence.” The meeting, significantly, took place in the White House Map Room, not the Oval Office where the president meets with foreign heads of state.

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