Chinese Intellectual Willing To Be Messenger Of Dalai Lama’s Middle Way Policy

A Chinese intellectual has expressed his willingness to act as the messenger of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Middle Way Policy. The Chinese professor made this statement during the commemoration of the 58th Tibetan National Uprising Day in New York according to the official report in website of Central Tibetan Administration.

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Chinese Diplomat Attempted To Confiscate And Destroy A Tibetan’s Coverage Of Tibet Briefing At United Nations

A Chinese diplomat had made a failed attempt to confiscate the coverage of the Tibet briefing meeting held at the United Nations. During the meeting about Human Rights in Tibet-2016 at the sidelines of the 34th sessions of the UN Human Rights council on Friday, a Chinese diplomat tried to confiscate and destroy the coverage of the meeting collected by a Tibetan.

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Tibet Being Used As A Tax Haven By China’s Wealthiest

For the wealthiest people in Beijing, strife-torn areas like Tibet and Xinjiang are swiftly mutating into a tax haven where investment is lucrative owing to the fact that China levies less tax in these region.
This development has been highlighted by reports of how Chinese billionaire actresses Zhao Wei and Fan Bingbing set up companies in the provinces of Tibet and Xinjiang to escape the 25% tax cap set up by the Chinese government.

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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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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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Tibet Was Inhabited More Than 50,000 Years Ago: Scientific Report

A new scientific analysis of the Tibetan Plateau has challenged the notion of Tibet being inhabited by humans 15,000 years ago. A deeper archaeological survey of the ‘Roof of the World’ has led scientists to believe that human migration in one of the most environmentally hostile places in the world might have occurred more than 62,000 years ago.

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In Phone Call With Xi Jinping, US President Trump Agrees to ‘One China Policy’ 

In a phone call with sitting President of China Xi Jinping, Donald Trump backed down in his promise to review the situation of Taiwan and said that the US will adhere to the ‘One China Policy’ which unequivocally accepts Taiwan as an indisputable part of the People’s Republic of China.

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Richard Gere Discussed Tibet With German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Richard Gere discussed Tibet issue with the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel while he was in Berlin for the premier of his latest movie at the Berlinale. The US Actor and the German Chancellor met in the Chancellery on Thursday morning. The talk between Gere and Merkel was officially “about the current situation in Tibet.

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China Exporting Abusive Tibet Policies To Xinjiang, Says Human Rights Watch

New Delhi: China has long been exercising abusive policies in Tibet and has prevalently committed serious human rights violations. A new article by the Human Rights Watch claims that China is “exporting the same abusive policies it has been using in Tibet to Xinjiang, the ethnic Uyghur region.”.

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