China Says It Supports Protests Against the Tibetan Girl’s Election

Although the official statement released on Friday by China’s Consulate General in Toronto denied any role in the protests by the Chinese students against Tibetan girl’s victory in a University election, reports published by Chinese mouth piece, Global Times suggest otherwise. The reports claim that China supports the Chinese students’ actions.

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Chinese Students Abroad Lead a Rare Protest Against Xi

After Xi Jingping assumed the office of President back in 2012, he has consolidated the power to now abolish the constitutional 2 time five years office term, to retain a lifelong dictatorship. However, it seems that a revolution is now swiftly spreading among the Chinese students abroad to protest against President Xi’s power ambition.

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Most Chinese Students Organizations Abroad Govt. Funded, Should Be Banned!

Chinese students organizations abroad are government funded and according to an article in Forbes written by Anders Cor, he writes that such students organizations should be banned. The article published on Sunday in Forbes says that since the government is using many of such groups in foreign countries for imposing government propaganda, such groups should be banned.

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US University Stands By Dalai Lama As Commencement Speaker Despite Chinese Protests

A US university announced on February 2 that their all campus commencement event coming up later this year would have the Dalai Lama of Tibet as its keynote speaker. The decision was received as a backlash to the sentiments of the Chinese students of the university. However, the University stands by and does not look at undoing the decision!

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