New Tibetan Prez Says, Open To Reaching Out To China To Solve Dispute
Penpa Tsering took oath as the President of the government-in-exile of Tibet on May 27 in Dharmsala. After sworn as Sikyong, Penpa said that he will reach out to the Chinese government for a mutually beneficial agreement on the long-standing dispute. Penpa added that China’s May 21 issued white paper had nothing new on Tibet. Notably, rejecting the Tibetan government-in-exile, China has not engaged in Sino-Tibet dialogues since 2010.
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Courtesy: The Hindu
Tibet's President-Elect Warns World On Cultural Genocide By China
Tibet's President-elect Penpa Tsering on May 21 warned about the cultural genocide caused by China. Saying that ‘time is running out,” the India-exiled president asked the international community to take action before the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. Tsering said he is not against multi-culturalism but resists getting overwhelmed by single majority. The locals cited promotion of Han immigration, restrictions on religion, language education… read-more
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