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Aug 08, 2013

Dalai Lama’s demand for greater autonomy rejected by China

Harold Mandel, examiner.com: His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s hopes that Beijing would give serious consideration to his desire for autonomy for Tibet have been thwarted by China. The Tibet Sun reported on August 7, 2013 that China has rejected the Dalai Lama’s demand for greater autonomy. China has said the Dalai Lama’s demand for a “high degree of autonomy” for Tibet went against the Chinese Constitution and the “fundamental interests of Tibetan Buddhism”.

Yu Zhengsheng, a senior leader of the ruling Communist Party of China, said in his talks with Buddhist monks and religious officials during his current tour of Tibet, “Dalai Lama’s so-called “high-degree of…

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Jul 10, 2013

China has renewed calls to fight the Dalai Lama

Harold Mandel, Examiner.com: The Dalai Lama’s hopes that Beijing’s policies would ease up in dealing with Tibet appear elusive at this time. Phayul.com reported on July 10, 2013, China renews calls for ‘absolute fight’ against the Dalai Lama. Yu Zhengsheng, who is China’s leading official in charge of religious groups and ethnic minorities, has called for an “absolute fight” against His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Yu Zhengsheng has taken the position that the Dalai Lama’s demands for genuine autonomy for Tibet are in direct conflict with China’s constitution. These comments were made by Yu Zhengsheng, who is number four in the ruling Communist party’s hierarchy…

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May 27, 2013

Tibetans in Switzerland protest visit of Chinese premier

Harold Mandel, The Examiner.com: During his recent visit to Switzerland Chinese Premier Li Keqiang found out the hard way that he can not seem to escape from protests by Tibetans worldwide. The Tibet Sun reported on May 25, 2013, Switzerland’s Tibetans protest amid China premier’s visit. Tibetan exiles have urged Swiss authorities to raise China’s human rights record during a landmark visit by Premier Li Keqiang to discuss a trade deal.

Hundreds of Tibetan demonstrators rallied in the Swiss capital of Berne, waving Tibetan flags and chanting slogans such as “free the prisoners”, “stop the killing” and “long live the Dalai Lama.”…

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May 19, 2013

Prominent journalist encourages uniting against China’s bullying

Harold Mandel, Examiner.com: There has been an intensification of negative feelings among activists worldwide in dealing with China’s policies ever since Tibetans began self-immolating in protest of Chinese rule over the years. Phayul.com reported on May 18, 2013, ‘West must unite against China’s bullying.’ Prominent journalist Edward Lucas has written a hard-hitting article which advocates for democratic governments in the West to unite in resisting “Chinese bullying” against those who meet with Tibet’s exiled leaders.

Lucas, who is International Editor of The Economist, has argued in his article, “The Tibetan Test,” which has been published online by European Voice, that Chinese bullying is working and that…

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Apr 21, 2013

Dalai Lama says he will return to Tibet someday

Harold Mandel, Examiner.com: It is a dream of the Tibetan people to see the Dalai Lama safely return home to Tibet someday. Gerry Moriarty has reported for The Irish Times on April 19, 2013, Dalai Lama says he expects to return to his native Tibet someday. While on a recent visit to Ireland the Dalai Lama said he hopes to return home to Tibet someday. The Tibet Sun has also covered this story, Dalai Lama says he expects to return to his native Tibet someday.

When Marian Shanleywest from Drumlin Media TV in Cavan told the Dalai Lama she had a list of queries she wanted to put to him, but really all she wanted was a hug, the Dalai Lama …