Nothing Wrong in Tibet: Human Rights Watch

China’s Eulogy Whitewashes Past Oppression

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How Tibet Is Being Crushed—While the Dalai Lama Survives: The NYRB China archive

News about self-immolations has been blacked out on the Chinese Internet, while official statements insist that the self-immolators are either insane, selfish, failures, or criminal. Woeser’s own judgement is:

Because no other method is available for Tibetans to voice their protests, and because only the horror of self-immolation is able to capture the attention of the world, it has become the choice of the bravest protesters in Tibet.

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Human Rights Watch says tolerance against peaceful protest in Tibet diminishing

DHARAMSHALA, July 22: The leading rights group Human Rights Watch (HRW) in their latest report, ‘Detention and Prosecution of Tibetans under China’s Stability Maintenance Campaign’, reported that the authorities’ tolerance towards any forms of expression and assembly have diminished under the stability maintenance policy. The report, which recorded Chinese detention, prosecution, and conviction of Tibetans…

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