Chinese Government violates Tibetan people Human Rights

Forced to study in Chinese language, a Tibetan teenager takes her own life in a public square by setting herself ablaze.   She is the 22nd such Tibetan who  has taken their own lives in a government crack down on their religion and life style.

The Tibetan people do not have the freedom to practice their religion, instead they are punished by underground tactics to sway the people’s believe.

The article states that the government is forcing Tibetans to hang the photo of Mao Zedong in monasteries and public places in their community which some are adamant about. The Chinese government is blaming the resistance of the Tibetan people on the Tibetan exiled community including the Dali Lama.


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