Bitter Winter’s review of the new report by International Campaign for Tibet. Destroying religion is the CCP’s road to destroying Tibet’s culture and soul.
Today is Tibetan Uprising Day, commemorating the events of 1959. And reminding the world that the CCP oppression of Tibet continues.
March 10 commemorates the events of 1959. The CCP policy against minority ethnic and religious groups has unfortunately not changed.
Just like Muslim women in Xinjiang, lay Buddhist girls and nuns are also submitted to systematic rape in Tibet’s transformation through education camps.
Gyaltsen Norbu toured Tibet this year and talked to captive audiences, compelled to listen to him by the CCP security.
Implementing President Xi Jinping’s orders to advance the ‘sinicization’ of Tibetan Buddhism, local authorities eradicate traditional architecture and symbols.
The Fuyun Temple in the northern province of Shanxi was demolished after several attempts by the government to rectify it.
The CCP brings gifted students from Tibet to study in inland China, forcing them to give up their culture, language, and traditions in exchange.
Award-winning American journalist Barbara Demick tells the story of Ngaba, Sichuan, who became the world capital of Buddhist self-immolations.