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Chinese authorities resorting to racial discrimination

Washington: A top American Tibetan leader has said that while people in China are enjoying comparatively more freedom, Tibet is increasingly being turned into one big prison and Tibetans are being treated as second grade citizens. Bhuchung K Tsering, vice president, Special Programs of International Campaign for Tibet, asked Beijing to listen to the views […]

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UN Human Rights Council publishes written statement on discrimination in Tibet

GENEVA—The Secretary-General of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has published an NGO-submitted written statement detailing the discrimination facing Tibetans in Tibet. The statement, submitted by the Mouvement contre le racisme et pour l’amitie entre les peuples (MRAP), will be circulated at the 19th Session of the UNHRC which meets in Geneva, Switzerland from […]

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Evidence of overt Chinese discrimination against Tibetans in the job market (PHOTOS)

These images partner with the ICT report Evidence of overt Chinese discrimination against Tibetans in the job market. Source: http://www.0891zp.com/zhaopin/job_12401.htm Tibet Military District Logistics Department Guest House, Snow Orchid Hotel Restaurant server Company size: 10-50 people Company type: Other Company industry: Tourism; Hotel; Food and drink services Nature of position: Full time Hiring department: As […]

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Evidence of overt Chinese discrimination against Tibetans in the job market

Online listings show rampant use of “limited to Han” in want ads. At least one state entity – the People’s Liberation Army – appears engaged in hiring bias against Tibetans. Photos show Tibetans not desired or given lower pay in hiring. New translations of job advertisements in Tibet, both online and as notices posted in […]

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Official notice evidence of discrimination against Tibetans after protests

Following nearly six months of protests across the Tibetan plateau since March, there is increasing evidence of ethnic tension and discrimination of Tibetan and Chinese people, due at least in part to misinformation and propaganda by the Chinese authorities that has resulted in an upsurge of Chinese nationalism and hostility against Tibetans. An official notice […]

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