The Geneva Forum 2019, hosted by the Tibetan government in exile, documents that CCP’s perversity is also exported abroad. Tortured witnesses brought the audience to tears.
The author delivered the following speech on November 14 at the Geneva Forum 2019 on human rights, organized by the Department of Information & International Relations of the Geneva Office of Tibet of the Central Tibetan Administration under the title China’s High-Tech Repression and Freedom of Religion.
The Chinese President reacted angrily after the Himalayan kingdom refused to sign an extradition treaty aimed at deporting Tibetan refugees back to China.
Tibetan leaders convene in Dharamshala and warn the world that the CCP will designate a counterfeit reincarnation of the current Dalai Lama when he will die.
Two temples in Shanxi were subjected to crackdowns: authorities have taken full control over one of them, while the other has been turned into ruins, lama arrested.
Aiming to stop the spread of Tibetan Buddhism in mainland China, CCP is tightening its grip over any religious activities or expression of traditional culture.
The CCP rewrites history in order to justify its repression of Tibetan language and culture.
Often chased from public schools, the Tibetan language is taught in monasteries. The CCP claims this is forbidden.
Poor Tibetans lose their land, then lose their subsistence allowances unless they stop the practice of Buddhism. Grid Administrators monitor.