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Issue #56: Tibet under the Rule of the Chinese Communist Party

Liaowang Xizang (Tibet Monitor) ICT’s Chinese-language journal     DOWNLOAD THE ISSUE » Introduction Under Communist Chinese rule, Tibet has gone through drastic political changes and repression. The Chinese government has carried out various “development” and “modernization” projects in Tibet but Tibetans to the large extend remain marginalized politically and economically in the “Tibet Autonomous Region” and […]

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Issue #55: Chinese Communist Party and Tibet

Liaowang Xizang (Tibet Monitor) ICT’s Chinese-language journal     DOWNLOAD THE ISSUE » Introduction It has been more than 60 years since Chinese Communist Party’s occupation of Tibet. Today, every level of the political system in Tibet is under the rule of Chinese Communist. Tibetans who are the members of the Party can be found working in […]

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Chinese journal discusses Chinese perception of the Dalai Lama

Liaowang Xizang, the Chinese-language journal published from Washington, D.C., has discussed the changing perception of the Dalai Lama in the Chinese community, in its latest issue (Issue # 5), mailed to subscribers in December 2003. China’s leading theoretician, Su Shaozhi, now residing in the United States, analyzes the Dalai Lama’s political initiatives on resolving the […]

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Chinese journal analyzes spread of Tibetan Buddhism in Chinese community

The fourth issue of Liaowang Xizang, the Chinese-language journal published by the International Campaign for Tibet, analyzes the increasing interest in Tibetan Buddhism by the Chinese community in South-East Asia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the West, and particularly inside China. There is a growing number of Chinese-speakers attending the teachings by the Dalai Lama, whether in […]

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Chinese journal analyzes Tibetan-Chinese contact

The second issue of Liaowang Xizang is devoted to the issue of Tibet-China contact. A signed article by Zangzi analyzes the status of contact between Tibetan and Chinese representatives repudiating some of the issues raised in an article by Huazi in China’s Tibet and subsequently published in the People’s Daily. Huazi had misrepresented the Tibetan […]

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Chinese journal discusses implication of death sentences to Tibetans

The March 2003 issue of Liaowang Xizang, the Chinese-language journal published by the International Campaign for Tibet, discusses the implication of the execution of Lobsang Thondup and the death sentence passed on Tenzin Delek Rinpoche, a lama from Eastern Tibet. Three Chinese writers, Wang Lixiong, Mo Li and Tienchi Liao, give their perspectives on the […]

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ICT Chinese language journal analyzes democracy in the Tibetan community

The third issue of Liaowang Xizang, ICT’s Chinese language journal on Tibet, focuses on the role of democracy in the Tibetan experience, both in Tibet and in exile. “The Tibetans in Tibet and those living in exile have had different experiences with democracy and democratic reforms,” said Rinchen Tashi, Editor of Liaowang Xizang. Despite the […]

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Chinese-language journal analyzes the controversial 17-Point Agreement

The second issue of Liaowang Xizang, ICT’s Chinese language journal on Tibet, is devoted to the controversial 17-Point Agreement between Tibet and China. The 17-Point Agreement between China and Tibet was signed by Tibetan representatives under duress in May 1951 and detailed the future relationship between Tibet and China. “Although the Chinese Government has failed […]

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ICT publishes Chinese-language journal on Tibet

Washington, D.C. – The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) has started a Chinese-language journal on Tibet called Liaowang Xizang (“Tibet Observer,” “Bhoethon Taship” in Tibetan), a quarterly journal which aims to enhance and encourage the understanding of Tibet by the Chinese-speaking people. It is the only journal of its kind being published from the United […]

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