New Beijing Exhibit Gives China's Version of Tibet Story

The Chinese government has stepped up criticism of the Dalai Lama, Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, who fled to India 50 years ago after a failed uprising against Chinese rule in his homeland. China has also increased security in Tibet and Tibetan areas of China, as it prepares to celebrate what it is calling “Serf Emancipation Day (March 28).” The holiday will mark the 50th anniversary of when it says it brought democratic reform to a dark and feudal Tibet. Stephanie Ho reports from Beijing.


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2 thoughts on “New Beijing Exhibit Gives China's Version of Tibet Story

  1. Dalai Lama, and free tibet movement staging violent "protests," inciting violence in Tibet from outside, and telling lies about China.

    Then, any who critize the Tibet independence movement or the Dalai Lama is accused of bring a pinky commie sympathizer, or worse, being paid by "Beijing."

    In fact, it is the twh elder brothers of the Dalai Lama, both CIA agents, and the Dalai Lama himself, who are paid by the CIA.

    CIA's secret war tibet

  2. nice video LOL

    china should make some new museeum about their history of violating their own constitution

    people search for yourself on google for chinas constitution and read it

    take a close look at article 35 and laugh at chinas government!



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