In response to China’s white paper, CTA publishes book titled “Tibet: 70 Years of Occupation and Oppression”
The Tibetan Central Administration (CTA) released a book titled “Tibet: 70 Years of Occupation and Oppression” in response to the white paper released by the Chinese government in May, CTA Chairman Penpa Tsering said Thursday. Speaking to the media here, Tsering said, “We are publishing this response to the white paper released by the Chinese government on May 23. The white paper was titled “70 Years of Liberation” and the response to this white paper is titled “Tibet: 70 Years of Occupation and Oppression and There is Nothing to Celebrate.”
“Some of the sections that are normally covered by the Chinese government relate to the historical status of Tibet through which they are trying to legitimize their occupation of Tibet and there is nothing new on the historical status,” he added. . Elaborating on the book, Tsering said that “we have described the factual historical chronology of the Chinese claims and our counterclaims as what is not right in the Chinese narrative.”
“Then we also covered the section where we say it’s not 70 years of liberation but 70 years of repression and oppression,” Tsering said, adding, “so based on this peaceful liberation is only a disguise to attract or misinform the Chinese public as well as the international community. Referring to the book, he said that “we have covered a chapter of China’s educational policy inside the Tibet which results in the marginalization of the Tibetan language, thus destroying the Tibetan identity ”.
Emphasizing that there is oversight in the monasteries in terms of controlling the movement of Tibetans, Tsering pointed out, “The number of monks and nuns is decreasing in the monasteries, including reincarnation issues and there is a problem of reincarnation. violation of human rights. A chapter also covers China. environmental claims. (ANI)
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