China Encroaches on Religious Freedom at Tibetan Monastery

China encroaches on religious freedom at the Tibetan monastery by enforcing new government controls over Larung Gar according to the report in the Human Rights Watch. The new interference into the religious affairs at the iconic Tibetan monastery by the government rightly proves the party claims of constitutionally protecting religious beliefs.

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Besides Larung Gar, A Nearby Township Seized By Chinese Authorities

While the highly controversial demolishing of the largest Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center, Larung Gar continues against all the campaigns and protests from around the world, the authorities in the Southwestern Chinese province, Sichuan has seized a large are of land in a nearby Tibetan township by forcing the Tibetans out of their homes for commercial development.

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Besides Demolishing, Monks And Nuns Being Expelled From Larung Gar

While the demolishing of the largest Tibetan buddhist centre, Larung Gar proceeds, the authorities are now reported to have forced many monks and nuns from the neighbouring Tibet Autonomous Region to return to their homes. The Larung Gar is the largest Tibetan buddhist centre which is an equally flocked centre by the Chinese buddhists too since 1980s.

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A Resident Tibetan Nun Suicides Against Forced Demolishing Of Larung Gar

In a delayed report from the sources to Radio Free Asia, a resident Tibetan nun at the Larung Gar Buddhist Academy, in Serthar County, Ganze Tibetan Autonomous Region, Sichuan province which one of largest Buddhist centres in the world has taken her own life hanging herself with a rope when the forced demolishing of the centre by the Chinese authorities enforced.

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