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Kalon Tripa officially launches the Canadian Tibetan Resettlement Project

  On January 21st and 22nd this year, Kalon Tripa Lobsang Sangay accompanied by Home Department Kalon Dolma Gyari and Additional Secretary, Mr. Dhondup Dorjee, visited Miao Choepheling Settlement in Arunachal Pradesh. During the visit, the Kalon Tripa formerly launched the Canadian Tibetan Resettlement Project at a gathering of over …

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Up to 6 killed in Chinese firing on Tibetan protesters in Draggo, Sichuan

  (TibetanReview.net, Jan24, 2012) – In yet another firing on peaceful Tibetan protesters by Chinese security forces, a 49-year-old layman named Yonten was killed and at least three monks seriously injured on Jan 23 in Draggo (Chinese: Luhuo) County of Karze Prefecture, Sichuan Province, said Dharamsala-based Tibetan Centre for Human …

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In China, rising religiosity among Party cadres brings warning

  ANANTH KRISHNAN The Hindu (an Indian national daily) BEIJING, December 25, 2011—On Christmas Eve, some of Beijing’s wealthiest and most well-connected residents headed to a sprawling villa on the city’s outskirts. A faux European-style mansion, which sits on an expansive property hidden from public view by high walls and …

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Self-immolation tests China – by Abanti Bhattacharya

By Abanti Bhattacharya The Asia Times Online Dec 16, 2011 Among other implications, the self-immolation of  Tibetans in China overwhelmingly suggests the failure of minority policy carved out by the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to deal with the ethnic nationality question in the 1950s. The failure is particularly significant …

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