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Beijing’s dread of dissent

WHEN the monks in Burma led protests against the military junta there last September, China initially reacted by making the usual call for calm and restraint from all sides.


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Tibetan Uprising Day, Sydney, Australia.

Sydney, Australia: 10 March 2008 — Today commemorates this day forty nine years ago, when Tibetans in Lhasa, Tibet, demonstrated en masse against their brutal oppression under the leadership of the Chinese Communist party. Forty nine years later, Tibetans still…


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National Regional Autonomy in Tibet

The Kashag of the Central Tibetan Administration urged the Chinese government to implement the conditions for National Regional Autonomy as set forth in the constitution of the People?s Republic of China by granting a meaningful self-rule for all Tibetans under…


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His Holiness Reaffirms Support for Beijing Olympics

Press Release, March 8, 2008: Yesterday, according to media reports, China’s top official in Tibet, Zhang Qingli quoted a distorted interview by His Holiness the Dalai Lama accusing him of trying to sabotage the forthcoming Beijing Olympics. In making this…