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Interesting articles around the web.

  • Our Views: New round of repression

    The resentment of Tibet's people against Chinese Communist oppression is being demonstrated anew by a series of protesters who have set fire to themselves over the last few years. ...

  • China dissatisfied with British human rights accusation

    A Foreign Ministry spokeswoman on Wednesday voiced strong dissatisfaction with a statement made by British Foreign Office Minister Hugo Swire on Monday. ...

  • Behind sacked chief’s issue: ties between exile leader and RFA’s female boss

    Reported in an article named "Free RFA" on Phayul 4 December, the Tibetan government-in-exile, or the Central Tibetan Administration, is using the influence of the Dalai Lama as bait to manipulate Libby Liu, the boss of Radio Free Asia. ...

  • Tibet is burning

    On 19 February, an 18-year-old named Nangdrol set himself on fire. In a note left behind, referring to China's ethnic Han majority as "devils," he wrote, "It is impossible to live under their evil law, impossible to bear this torture that leaves no scars." ...

  • Dalai Lama works against peace and Buddhism

    The Dalai Lama was initially silent about the self-immolations by Tibetans, but later he let spread the notion that there was nothing in Buddhism that forbades suicide and the self-immolators should be considered "brave heroes". ...

  • ‘2013–Tibet Independence Year’ just a fantasy

    The Dalai clique is planning a series of Tibetan separatist activities in the name of celebrating the anniversary of the Dalai Lama's winning of the Nobel Peace Prize on 10 December. ...

  • Inciting self-immolations violates human rights

    With International Human Rights Day being observed globally on Monday, a sad but clear fact should be noted: the Dalai Lama clique have severely violated human rights by inciting self-immolations in China's ethnic Tibetan areas. ...

  • Self-immolation goes against Tibetan Buddhist doctrine

    How do Chinese experts see these cases? What do they believe are the motivations involved? Global Times reporter Shu Meng interviewed three scholars from the Beijing-based China Tibetology Research Centre. ...

  • “Dalai group” implicated in immolations

    A monk and his nephew in Sichuan Province have confessed to police their role in inciting a series of self-immolations at the behest of the "Dalai Lama clique", Chinese police said Sunday. ...

  • Tibet receives record number of tourists

    Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region has received a record 10 million domestic and foreign tourists so far this year, tourism authorities said Friday. ...