Beijing [China], August 30 (ANI): Chinese persecution against Tibetans continues to be harsh in the country by imposing crackdowns, sentences, killings, intimidation, and harassment of individuals who do not adhere to Beijing’s so-called policies.
According to Radio Free Asia, China has ordered leaders of two counties that are presently part of its Sichuan province to prevent the local Tibetans from honouring the exiled head Kirti Rinpoche of their most influential monastery, including by any kind of online posting, on his 80th birthday on August 8 shows the level of repression and lack of expression that Tibetans currently survive in Tibet.
Tibet Press reported that 60 years have passed since the Dalai Lama along with many Tibetans were forced to leave Tibet by China and became refugees in India.
China recognizes that Buddhism is the cornerstone of Tibetan identity and therefore, has been all-out efforts to diminish its importance, as per Tibet Press.
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