Canada Exposed China Forging Trudeau’s Supporting Letter for Their Event

In an important turn out of events from a recent pro-China gathering in Canada, the supporting letters from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other senior officials widely shared on the internet has been exposed to have been forged for their interests. The offices of those senior officials have confirmed that the letters are fake.

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Canada Deeply Concerned About Tibetan Situation Says Foreign Minister

Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland in a written statement on Monday expressed that the country remains deeply concerned about the human rights situations affecting the Tibetans. The statement is a reiteration of the country’s support for the Tibetan people and condemning the practices of Chinese authorities inside Tibet.

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Bringing 1000 Tibetans To Canada Successfully Completed!

The unique project to resettle 1000 Tibetan refugees from Indian in Canada has successfully completed after a four years since the first arrival of Tibetans to Canada under the project. According to video interview of the president of Project Tibet Society by Voice of America Tibetan, the project of resettling 1000 Tibetans to the western country has successfully completed.

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With 60 Years Of Disappointment, We Remain Hopeful: Dr. Lobsang Sangay

With 60 years of disappointment confidence is not the word that comes to your mind, but as a human being we all should remain hopeful said Dr. Lobsang Sangay in a recent interview to CBC news network during his visit to Ottawa, Canada. The president of Central Tibetan Administration replied it to the question asking who how confident he is that he will get a dialogue with Chinese president.

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Father’s Memoir Takes Tibetan Youth To Adversity Incurred Post Chinese Invasion

A second generation Tibetan youth in exile revisits the adversities incurred upon Tibetans of his parents generation post the Chinese invasion of Tibet. Rignam Wangkhang, son of first generation exiled Tibetan Tsering Dorjee Wangkhang visits the experience of his father’s escape into exile and the hardships endured aftermath the Chinese invasion of Tibet.

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